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Las Vegas (Access Guides) Paperback – 30 Jul 1998


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This travel guide to Las Vegas is organized by neighbourhood and includes colour-coded entries to distinguish restaurants, hotels, and shops; notes on history and architeture; and a "Bests" section with recommendations by locals and well-known frequent visitors.

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Exemplary guide book in a soft cover. 1 July 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Access Las Vegas brings a colorful guide to the subject of the city of light, Las Vegas. With reviews of Hotels and Casinos with resturant ratings as well as a nod to the arts and sciences (Museums), this is one book I will not leave behind when visiting Nevada's most famous city.
Ther are maps that section the city into easy to cover areas and color coding to help distinguish the variety of critiqued locations. Backround and history with many best fo lists by the knowledgable and famous citizens give excellent insights to getting around and geating the most from your visit. Concise examination of the many casino games help the novice may their way through a bewildering array of choices.
All in all perhaps the best book for the money of it's kind. The access line of books are all quite good.
Las Vegas Access 31 Dec. 2002
By John Erickson - Published on Amazon.com
The Access series are very good and the Las Vegas book is a favorite of mine. When ever I go for business or pleasure, I take the current Access along. I have found that with the multitude of changes the earlier editions help to remind me of Casinos and attractions that are no more. As Vegas continues to develope at an extraordinary pace, I find I look forward to the new release more and more.
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