More Las Vegas Doors
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So last week I was in Las Vegas attending a trade show in the industry I work in.
This year with a different work situation I was flying solo. It was kinda weird, but it forced me to stay focused on my objectives; the downside of doing everything by oneself is that I was too tired and too short on time for any real doorscursions while I was there.
However traveling back and forth from my hotel on the north end of the strip to the convention center I did pass a few interesting places each morning and evening.
I left a little extra early one morning to give myself some time to capture some of the most interesting ones I saw on this trip.
My hotel was just a few blocks away from the Little Vegas Wedding Chapel, complete with a few pink Cadillacs parked outside. One of the signs said that for a mere $45.00 you could also go in and get yourself dressed up like Elvis for a fake wedding picture.
And if a shotgun Vegas wedding isn’t your thing, a few doors down is the Vegas Strip Gun Club and Shooting range.
You could go in and fire off a real shotgun, or machine gun, or rifle, or whatever else floats your boat.
And nearby there was a place to purchase Nevada’s newest legal vice.
Yes, since July 1st Cannabis is legal there too. The place was closed when I went by early each morning but in the afternoon when it was open, the line-up stretched to the end of the block.
I dunno though, weed and machine guns all on the same block?
Because hey: what could possibly go wrong, right?
As Elvis would say: Viva Las Vegas!
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