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We'll Always Have The Flamingo: 33 Dry Nights Along The Las Vegas Strip

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When journalist Paul Carr decides to spend a month in Las Vegas, staying a single night in every hotel along the city's famous Strip, he knows the trip will be a challenge. Having given up alcohol a year earlier (for reasons outlined in not one, but two drunken memoirs), he has worked hard to avoid any temptation to go back to his hard-partying, hard-drinking ways.

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Kindle Edition, 129 pages
Published June 29th 2012 by Not Safe For Work Corporation
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Jul 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This collection of Paul Carr’s series of Huffpost articles to promote his new book (The Upgrade) is an interesting time capsule that not only allows a glimpse at a specific stage of Las Vegas’ ongoing transformation, but unexpectedly foreshadows the ongoing absurdity of the current Trump presidency.

The concept of the series, to spend the night at a different Las Vegas hotel every night for a month, opens the door to Carr’s combination of edgy travelogue and social/political commentary, always wi
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