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Nevada Byway Highway Guide

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Intersection
Intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard South by East Sunset Road, in Las Vegas, Nevada, west of McCarran International Airport, near the All American Sports Park, Town Square, an open air shopping, dining and entertainment center in Paradise, Nevada on Las Vegas Boulevard, starts the byway Las Vegas Strip. This is the America's only nighttime byway.
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Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign
The design of the 'Welcome to Las Vegas' sign (a Las Vegas strip landmark) is a testimony to the Googie architecture movement. The sign currently stands in the middle of the strip at 5100 Las Vegas Boulevard South, north of the Old McCarran Airport's historic stone pillars on the east side. Considered by some to as the official southern end of the Las Vegas Strip.
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The Little Church of the West
The Little Church of the West, a wedding chapel on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, a registered national historic place, it was intended to be a replica of a typical pioneer town church.
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Road to Mandalay Bay
Road to Mandalay Bay, The Mandalay Bay Convention Center, located in Paradise, Nevada, is one of the largest privately owned and operated convention centers in the world. It is attached to the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino and adjacent to the Mandalay Bay Events Center.
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Road to Luxor Las Vegas
Road to Luxor Las Vegas, The Luxor Las Vegas, a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. It was one of the city's first fully-themed megaresorts. Built and named in honor of an Ancient Egyptian motif and contains a total of 4,407 rooms. Named after the city of Luxor (ancient Thebes) in Egypt.
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Excalibur Hotel and Casino
Excalibur Hotel and Casino, a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, The style of the hotel is heavily based on the castle in Carcassone, France. The Mandalay Bay Tram, a long people mover, constructed to connect three gaming hotels belonging to the MGM Mirage Group, namely, Excalibur Hotel, Casino and Luxor Hotel and Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. The Tropicana Resort & Casino Las Vegas is located on the Las Vegas Strip, in Las Vegas, Nevada east of this location.
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Intersection
Intersection Tropicana Avenue. The first intersection on the Las Vegas Strip that was totally closed to street level pedestrian traffic was the Tropicana-Las Vegas Boulevard intersection. At the intersection's four corners are four major resorts: Tropicana Resort & Casino, MGM Grand Las Vegas (with 5,044 rooms is considered the world's largest hotel), Excalibur Hotel & Casino, and New-York-New York Hotel & Casino. As of 2004, these four resorts combined have 12,890 rooms.
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East Harmon Avenue
E Harmon Avenue, MGM Grand Adventures Theme Park, a theme park adjacent to the MGM Grand hotel and casino, closed to the public on September 4, 2000 after it showed a bad performance. The theme park was renamed The Park at MGM Grand and served as a rental facility. CityCenter, a mixed-use complex. Desert Passage at Aladdin, The Theatre for the Performing Arts, a 7,000 seat theater located in the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino,
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Bellagio Drive
Bellagio, an AAA Five-Diamond, Mobil Five-Star rated luxury hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in the Paradise area of Clark County, Nevada, The Cosmopolitan Resort & Casino, a resort casino and condo just south of the Bellagio on the west side of the Las Vegas Strip. Paris Las Vegas, a hotel and casino located on Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada,
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Flamingo Road
Flamingo Road, The Atomic Testing Museum, a museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, documents the history of nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) in the desert north of Las Vegas. This Musuem exhibits American nuclear history, A "Ground Zero Theater" which simulates the experience of observing an atmospheric nuclear test. Other displays focus on important figures at the facility, videos and interactive exhibits about radiation. The New Las Vegas Arena, a description of a 20,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, The Playboy Club, a nightclub located on the 52nd floor of the Fantasy Tower at the Palms Hotel Casino,
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Caesars Palace Drive
Caesars Palace Drive, Jay Sarno Way, The Forum Shops at Caesars, Caesars Palace, a luxury hotel and casino, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, a 4,296-seat entertainment venue, Imperial Palace, O'Sheas Casino, Harrah's Las Vegas, a hotel and Casino,
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Sands Avenue
Sands Avenue / Spring Mountain Road, Treasure Island (also known as "ti") is a hotel and casino, Sands Expo and Convention Center, The Boulevard Mall, Wynn Golf Course, Fashion Show Mall,
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Desert Inn Road
Desert Inn Road, The Las Vegas Convention Center, Wynn Las Vegas Resort and Country Club, a AAA five diamond and Michelin five-star casino resort, The Trump Hotel Las Vegas, a 64 story hotel-condominium (condo-hotel) located on Fashion Show Drive,
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Circus Circus Drive
Circus Circus Drive/Riviera Boulevard, Circus Circus Las Vegas, a circus-themed 3,774 room hotel and casino, Fontainebleau Resort Las Vegas, Las Vegas Hilton, Las Vegas Country Club,
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Sahara Avenue
Sahara Avenue, Speed-The Ride, a roller coaster located on the Las Vegas Strip at the Sahara Hotel and Casino, Sahara Hotel and Casino, This is where Byway Las Vegas Strip ends.