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Recession Guide to visiting Las Vegas: Part 1

October 4, 2010

Want to really see Sin City?  Start at the top.Go up 800 feet to see The Strip from a different angle:  You'll see that neon patch is only a small part of Las Vegas, and the Valley stretches to include the Mojave desert and wrap-around mountain ranges.And you can do it cheaper than all the tourist books advise, by doing one simple thing.Have lunch.It normally costs $15.95 (for adults; $10 for each child) to reach indoor and outdoor observation decks at The Stratosphere.But go for lunch at Top of the World, and you'll not only get a fine meal, but free admission to both...

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