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As the well-known saying goes, “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” But don’t worry, there are plenty of things to do that you just won’t be able to stop talking about when you get home. While the Strip has endless attractions, from shopping, eating and general gawking – and don’t forget the gambling – it’s worth taking some time away from the main drag to check out some of Las Vegas’ other attractions.

Everything in Vegas is bigger than anywhere else. While the strip is wheelchair accessible, if not always wheelchair friendly, the sheer distances, coupled with the heat and the heaving mass of people walking around, make taxis a great idea, especially as all taxi companies operating in the city have lift-equipped vans accommodating wheelchairs.

If you prefer to take public transport, the RTC is wheelchair accessible.  All of the buses are fully accessible with lifts, ramps or kneeling devices and are equipped with wheelchair securement areas. 

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As the well-known saying goes, “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” But don’t worry, there are plenty of things to do that you just won’t be able to stop talking about when you get home. While the Strip has endless attractions, from shopping, eating and general gawking – and don’t forget the gambling –...

The Las Vegas Strip at night
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