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72: Hanging Out on the Las Vegas Strip (and Why Las Vegas Locals Hate Doing So)

It’s a surprise to many Las Vegas tourists that a large number of Las Vegas locals hate hanging out on The Strip.  We, of course, do not belong to that category of Las Vegans.  We like visiting the coolest street in the USA. . .but understand why many locals don’t share our enthusiasm.

In this edition of the Living in Las Vegas Podcast, we talk about our last couple of visits to The Strip and introduce a new “cast member” to the Living in Las Vegas Podcast!  Show notes:

  • PHOTOS!
    (Halloween at Lavo)
  • Weather (huh, not too bad) / LiLV Pool (Hey pool, you are dead to me)
  • LiLV Stuff
    • Listener Line: 206.312.0105
    • Sign up of Email Alerts (form found on right side of our website)
  • Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, introducing. . .T.R.
  • Playing nice with other Las Vegas podcasts
  • Palms, revisited
  • Listener Email: Real Estate, CityCenter, a Motivational Shout-Out
  • Hanging on the Las Vegas Strip
    • Hawaiian Tropic Zone
    • Tattoos
    • Value/Cost
    • CityCenter
    • Trash
    • Hard Rock Cafe
    • Halloween

Now on the VEGAS VIDEO NETWORK

Comments

2 Responses to “72: Hanging Out on the Las Vegas Strip (and Why Las Vegas Locals Hate Doing So)”

  1. Rich Costello
    November 1st, 2009 7:30 pm

    Used to feel the same way about the Palms but about a month ago they sent me a very generous coupon book with free drink and slot play coupons. Been there twice because there’s no BS with the coupons, meaning when they say its a free beer its free. It’s like old school Vegas where casinos used to comp for the little guy.

  2. ScottW
    November 2nd, 2009 5:06 am

    Hey Rich, did you sign up for a Player’s Club to receive the coupon book or did it just show up?

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