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31. Musical Fountains, The: The fountains outside the Bellagio Hotel are famous for their 'performances' and are one of the best free attractio...  
32. Mirage, The: One of the huge luxury casino-hotels on the Strip, this one with a South Seas theme.  
33. Volcano, The: The Mirage Hotel's towering volcano exhibit (it is over 50 feet tall!), one of the best free attractions on the Str...  
34. Stratosphere: One of the large theme hotel-casinos on the Strip. The Stratosphere's signature attraction is a 1,149 foot tall tow...  
35. Top of the World: A gourmet restaurant located in the Stratosphere Tower, famous for steaks and seafoods, and of course the breathtak...  
36. Las Vegas Buffets: Las Vegas is famous for promoting excess, and this is clearly reflected in the preponderance of elaborate buffets. ...  
37. World Series of Poker, The: Where else would anyone hold a huge poker tournament other than Vegas? This popular event has been growing steadil...  
38. Steve Wynn: Steve Wynn is said to have been a major player in the development of the Las Vegas Strip, particularly during the 1...  
39. Mandalay Bay: One of the huge theme hotels on the Strip, this one modeled after a tropical paradise.  
40. Beach at Mandalay Bay, The: The Mandalay Bay Hotel, modeled to resemble a tropical paradise, went so far as to build an artificial beach. The 1...  
41. Venus Pool, The: This pool allows topless sunbathing. It is located in Caesar's Palace.  
42. Caesar's Palace: One of the luxurious theme hotels on the Vegas Strip, this one modeled to look like ancient Rome. Caesar's Palace i...
43. Garden of the Gods Oasis: A "pool oasis" located at Caesar's Palace that includes four pools and two whirlpools decorated with fountains and ...  
44. Hard Rock Hotel: A large resort-hotel in the Strip area, this one with a rock-and-roll theme. It lives up to it's name by housing on...  
45. Joint, The: A large (8000 square foot) music venue inside the Hard Rock Hotel that regularly books popular rock bands.  
 
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Trenton has its own 'style' of this lawn game, where one pitches round metal quoits (sort of like metal hoops or rings) at a target.

A nickname for Los Angeles, which has a large Iranian population, especially in West Los Angeles and Beverly Hills.

Philadelphia's motto, coined by William Penn.

The old name for Albuquerque. The first 'r' was removed back in the 19th Century after Anglos had a hard time with the original Spanish pronunciation.

The silly, yet well-documented, correlation between the price of a subway ride and a slice of pizza in New York City. Also called the "pizza principle".