Transportation in The Strip, Paradise


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  • Las Vegas Harley-Davidson Shop
    Pay a visit to Las Vegas Harley-Davidson Shop in Las Vegas to see what cars they have available at their dealership. Consult with one of the salesman, and they'll help you pick the perfect car at an unbelievable price! So if you need some help picking out a new ride, you can count on the staff at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson Shop to help you make a wise decision. A sick car prevents you from moving at the pace of your life. For any automotive needs, test Las Vegas Harley-Davidson Shop's crew in Las Vegas.
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    3645 Las Vegas Blvd S
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Silver State Trailways
    Through the panoramic windows of Silver State Trailways' European motorcoaches, passengers watch the highway roll by as veteran drivers chauffeur them between California and Las Vegas. The luxury fleet has made the interstate journey since 1986, along with special trips to Arizona and such California tourist destinations as national parks, Disneyland, and the store where Arnold Schwarzenegger buys his spinach. Seating 31–61 passengers, the air-conditioned buses ease the passing hours with features such as onboard restrooms, reclining seats, and overhead monitors for entertainment. Committed to customer safety, Silver State Trailways keeps in constant touch with its drivers through a state-of-the-art communications system that pinpoints coaches’ whereabouts without having to hire a film-noir P.I. to tail them on horseback.
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    3667 South Las Vegas Boulevard
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Las Vegas Car Museum
    A 490-horsepower V8 engine purrs beneath the trunk of the Ferrari F430, waiting to propel its driver from zero to 60 miles per hour in four seconds flat. For most people, sitting behind the wheel of a Ferrari is a pipe dream. However, LasVegasExoticCars.com puts the roadster’s horsepower in the hands of the public with its fleet of rentable Ferraris. Before each adventure, a tutorial orients drivers to their new F1-inspired chariot. Whether its the unbridled power, supreme precision stitching, or speedometer shaped like Jay Leno’s face, a ride in one of LasVegasExoticCars.com’s Ferraris offers pavement-based thrills fit for any occasion.
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    3325 South Las Vegas Boulevard
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Harley-Davidson Las Vegas Cafe
    While wandering The Strip, it's next to impossible to miss the Harley-Davidson Cafe: a 28-foot high, 15,000-pound Heritage Softail bursts through the restaurant's facade. It cost the Cafe $500,000, but that gigantic one-wheeled beacon is just a preview of the other cool stuff waiting inside: More than 15 custom motorcycles are on display throughout the restaurant, including bikes from Billy Joel and Elvis Easy Rider, a replica of the Captain America bike, is available for souvenir pictures Seven classic Harley-Davidson motorcycles wind through each of the cafe's areas on a conveyor belt The "World's Heaviest Flag," a 10-ton American Flag made from 44,000 chain links, hangs 40 feet from the ceiling Indeed, the cafe's decor echoes Harley-Davidson's larger-than-life personality, and its menu keeps pace with half-pound burgers, country fried steak dinners, and Kansas City-style barbecue items, including house-smoked ribs. Additionally, an on-site retail store keeps visitors stocked with H-D gear, and the Chopper Chapel infuses wedding days with a little bit of biker attitude.
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    3725 South Las Vegas Boulevard
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Sin City
    Work on your speed, form and endurance with a brand new bike from Las Vegas' Sin City. Go beyond dinner and enjoy dancing to the store's live DJ as well. With the booming music and energetic crowds, this store can get downright loud. Heading to Sin City? Take your vehicle for a spin and park it with ease at one of the nearby parking choices. So keep the fun rolling when you pick up an awesome new bike from Sin City today.
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    3735 South Las Vegas Boulevard
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Blue Dot Xpress
    Travelers have but few options when trekking from Phoenix to Las Vegas. There's the legroom-less route of airlines, where travel time gets trumped up by the hassles of outstretched security lines and labyrinthine terminals. Then there's the awkwardness of strapping roadrunners to your feet. Offering a better alternative in terms of comfort, convenience, timing, and luxury, the Blue Dot Xpress eases traveling woes by bridging the cities with regularly-scheduled round-trip service. Vacationers and commuters trade in cramped coach sections for the spacious interiors of a sleek Mercedes Benz shuttle with plenty of luggage room. All the while, seasoned chauffeurs escort them safely from handy locations such as Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport to the Bellagio or Gold Coast Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, all in roughly 4.5 hours. The only carrier of its kind to be granted interstate commerce operating authority by the United States Department of Transportation (US DOT) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), the privately owned Blue Dot Xpress is like a first class flight without the turbulence, the measly soda portions, or that guy trying to stuff his bagged walrus into the overhead bin.
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    3600 S Las Vegas Blvd.
    Las Vegas, NV US
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