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Las Vegas Strip

Address:c/o Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority
3150 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Phone:877-847-4858
Web: www.lvcva.com Description:Often referred to as "The Jewel of the Desert," Las Vegas has long been recognized as the entertainment vacation capital of the country. World-renowned for its neon glitter, the Strip features a diversity of hotels, casinos, and restaurants, providing opportunities to experience Las Vegas to its fullest.
Legth: 4.5 miles. Start/Endpoint: Byway begins at the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign on Las Vegas Boulevard and Russell Road and ends on Las Vegas Boulevard and Sahara Avenue. Designation/Year: All-American Road (2000).

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References in classic literature ?
Under this row of faint grease prints he would write a record on the strip of white paper--thus:
The strips were now returned to the grooved box, and took their place among what Wilson called his "records.
Mounting on a chair, she turned back the strip and pinned it up, out of the way, using the two nails, which she had kept ready in her hand.
Leaning forward, he touched the farther end of the strip of brown stuff that she was hemming.
Jesse bought a great many new machines for cut- ting down the cost of labor and all of the remaining acres in the strip of black fertile swamp land.
We see under the feet of our ponies a mixture of moorland and bog--here, the strip of firm ground that we are standing on, and there, a few feet off, the strip of watery peat-bog, which is deep enough to suffocate us if we step into it.
Macallan drew aside the strip of tapestry, and, signing me to follow her, passed behind it.
So Dorothy took a needle and thread, and as fast as Oz cut the strips of silk into proper shape the girl sewed them neatly together.
First he drew the larger bag over Numa's head and secured it about his neck with the draw string, then he managed, after considerable effort, during which he barely escaped being torn to ribbons by the mighty talons, to hog-tie Numa--drawing his four legs together and securing them in that position with the strips trimmed from the pigskins.
The Scarecrow and Dorothy helped roll the logs together and carry the strips of wood, but it took so long to make the raft that evening came just as it was finished, and with evening the Quadling's wife returned from her fishing.
The black shadows of the pediments between each window, alternating with the strips of light, heightened the wan glare of the moonshine on the floor.
She watched his figure pass in and out of the strips of moonlight.