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Vegas malls, Las Vegas, Nevada

 
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MadSuh's pictureby MadSuh Shopping travel tip
added on the 16th of June, 2009
Two of the nicest malls are located inside Caesars Palace and at the Venetian. There are a ton of shops there and you always see the bright blue sky, because they have built this fake sky into the mall. At the Venetian, there are even gondolas floating around, so if you need to impress your honey you can first take her on a ride and then do the shopping after that.

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