Downtown Vegas Guide
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Korean dancers perform at China Town Plaza for their Chinese New Year celebration. Sunday, February 09, 2014. (Photo/Las Vegas News Bureau, Glenn Pinkerton)
The Lohan School of Shaolin takes over the plaza as a dragon and lions chase away evil spirits for the new year in China Town Plaza during their Chinese New Year celebration. Sunday, February 09, 2014. (Photo/Las Vegas News Bureau, Glenn Pinkerton)
The Venetian Resort Hotel and Casino and the Palazzo Las Vegas celebrates Chinese New Year festivities with a traditional Dragon dance. Friday, January 31, 2014. (Photo/Las Vegas News Bureau, Darrin Bush)
Caesars Palace celebrates Chinese New Year Friday. (Brian Jones/Las Vegas News Bureau)
DON'T LET THE CABBIES LONG-HAUL YOU. "Long-hauling" is a unique-to-Vegas situation where the cabs take a longer route than necessary to get to your hotel—often by getting on the freeway. And the longer it takes to get to your hotel, the more money the cabs charge. If your cab ride costs more than $25 to a hotel on The Strip, then you've been long-hauled. INSTEAD: Tell the cab driver "not to take the tunnel" which is Vegas code for not going on the freeway. Or you can just tell them to take The …
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