Stratosphere Las Vegas
by Globetrotter on 20 July 2008DE
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The Stratosphere - opened in 1996 - is a Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. It is famous for its revolving restaurant, observation decks and the thrill rides ("Big Shot" at 1,081 feet/329 m is the highest thrill ride in the world).
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