Arriving in Las Vegas





Arriving in Las Vegas


When you arrive in Las Vegas, you will land at the McCarran International Airport. The airport is east of the strip. Long layovers at this airport don't have to be wasted time. Jump on a shuttle and go gambling or sightseeing before your flight. If you can't leave the airport, there are plenty of slot machines there to keep you busy.
The cheapest way to get to your hotel is by shuttle van. The vans will wait for people in a marked area at the terminal. They make stops at most of the hotels.
Taxicabs are eagerly awaiting people getting off the planes. The highest amount you should have to pay is around $20. Be careful of drivers who want to take the quickest route. It may be quicker, but they charge by the mile, and it can be very expensive.
To find out how long it will take you to get to Las Vegas, look at this quick rundown. Dallas takes two hours. Chicago takes four hours. New York takes five hours. San Francisco takes 1 hours. Sydney takes eighteen hours, and London takes about eleven hours.
If you rent a car, make sure you follow the laws in Nevada concerning driving. Residential street are usually 25 mph, where on major roads, it goes up to 45. Radar detectors are heavily employed to make sure everyone is doing the speed limit, especially in any school zones. Don't go drinking and try to drive either. Nevade police are extremely vigilant about catching drunk drivers. You will be considered legally drunk if your blood alcohol level is above 0.08%.
Watch for road conditions that might be hazardous as well. Look for the orange cones or signs stating road work is going on. Local people tend to drive fast and be discourteous.



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