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  • Cinemark Theatres - Century 16 South Point
    Century 16 South Point is located at 9777 Las Vegas Blvd S. in Las Vegas, Nevada and is part of the South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa conglomeration. The hotel and casino offers a number of activities and amenities to its customers, including an amazing restaurant, a top-notch salon and spa, and of course, an exciting casino that features table games, slots, video poker and much more. Century 16 South Point is a member of Cinemark Theatres and they offer a premium movie-going experience that provides quality sound and picture in a comfortable, clean movie theater. They show many of the latest releases and offer a special on Tuesday where tickets are priced at only $5 all day long. With 16 different screens, fans are sure to find more than one movie they’d love to see. Visit the website for show times.
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    9777 Las Vegas Blvd S
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Regal Village Square Stadium 18
    Surrounded by a sprawling shopping center that features restaurants, stores and salons, the Regal Village Square 18 is one of Vegas’ many multiplex theaters. But rather than succumb to the noise and chaos of some other chain theater houses, Regal Village Square 18 maintains a quieter, more serene environment. Patrons have the luxury of watching most new releases from plush seats, while 3D images scream past. Other high-quality screens show films in standard formats, and everyone can enjoy the stocked concession stand, lined with the usual assortment of colorful candy snacks. Looming sodas, dangerously piled popcorn tubs and heartier fare like pizza, nachos, corn dogs and chicken nuggets round out the offerings.
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    9400 W Sahara Ave
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Vegas Indoor Skydiving
    Vegas Indoor Skydiving was one of America’s first indoor skydiving facilities, built in 1982 right in the heart of the Strip. The wind tunnel, which blows air up to 120 miles per hour, has a mesh trampoline bottom and padded sides, creating a safe environment for novices and experienced fliers to simulate skydiving without an airplane or parachute. Like celebrities such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, and Ozzy Osbourne, three past fliers, you’ll start your session with a short safety tutorial. Then you’ll be outfitted with a flight suit, goggles, and helmet and hit the wind tunnel for a 3-minute controlled flight—which is 5–6 times longer than the average duration of an outdoor skydive.
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    200 Convention Center Dr.
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Slots-a-Fun
    Make your next meal a pizza party! Slots-a-Fun in Las Vegas' The Strip neighborhood is a tasty departure from your weekday routine. Slots-a-Fun is filled with endless gluten-free and vegan options for those with special dietary needs. Call Slots-a-Fun for catering if you have a big event coming up. null Delicious food is never hard to find, but it is hard to find at the right price. Slots-a-Fun is making it happen. Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Slots-a-Fun serves up all three meals. Whether you're a party animal or an early riser, the pizzeria will be open to serve you 24 hours a day.
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    2890 South Las Vegas Boulevard
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Gene Woods Racing Experience
    Though the Las Vegas Strip provides a glittering backdrop, to the drivers at Gene Woods Racing Experience, the blinking lights are all a blur. Behind the wheel of high-performance go-karts, they zip around the 3/8-mile track at up to 45 mph, which is faster than a standard go-kart's top speed. Drivers learn to commandeer the speedy karts through an instructional video before they are let loose onto the curving track for 15-18 heart-pumping laps. Between races, competitors can go head to head in the arcade, or call their father to tell him about what a good job they did on the track.
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    121 E Sunset Rd.
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Las Vegas Ice Center
    Each Sunday, curling enthusiasts convene at Las Vegas Ice Center to send stones careening over its icy surface. The sport is relatively new in the city, having been brought to the area a scant 20 years ago to satisfy the pent-up urges of locals who found themselves teased by televised curling or the broom section at the local hardware store. Today, the club keeps the sport?s flame burning brightly through Learn to Curl classes as well as curling parties.
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    9295 W Flamingo Rd.
    Las Vegas, NV US
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