The world's greatest cities have a new habit of reinventing themselves as Las Vegas hotels. First there was New York, New York, with its replicas of Gotham's famed skyscrapers right there on the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard. Within the past year, miniature renditions of Paris and Venice have sprung up further down the Strip, adding to the European ambiance and Old World charm that Bellagio, with its Lake Como look and Northern Italian ambiance, brought to town. Complete with a 50-story, ...

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