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Duece Bus Stop for Pawn Shop

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Duece Bus Stop for Pawn Shop

After reading here for quite some time, I thought I would ask my question here instead of searching aimlessly on Google. I have been to Vegas 3 times in the past year. Summer of 2010 I passed the Pawn shop on the Deuce bus noting a stop near by. On my visit in January of 2011 we visited the Pawn shop but Deuce was re-routed due to construction and we had to walk a few blocks over to get to it Not really a big deal, just not sure if the Deuce is back to passing the Pawn shop or not down Las Vegas Blvd. I couldn't tell on my most recent visit in September since I got on the wrong bus and the driver is in a little plexiglass cage so couldn't ask him. LOL! Anyway, to make a long story longer, I'm headed back in January and would like to stop back, just wondering about the Deuce stop. Thanks in advance

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1. Re: Duece Bus Stop for Pawn Shop

Tell Chum-Lee hi for me, that guy would be a blast to party with. I will be there in December, but dont plan to go over there. I heard the guys from the show are never there anyways, so whats the point? I guess I could look at all the cool stuff, but naaah.

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2. Re: Duece Bus Stop for Pawn Shop

Lots of pawn shops in Las Vegas.

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3. Re: Duece Bus Stop for Pawn Shop

Oops I guess I should have said the "as seen on TV" pawn shop! Not really interested in seeing the guys, just like to look at some of the stuff they have. There is a really cool shop on the next block from the Pawn shop that has alot of really neat old collectables.

As for Chumlee, I saw him at the Ozzy/Slash show last year. I watched him as he was escorted to 6 rows behind me ;-).

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4. Re: Duece Bus Stop for Pawn Shop

I too will also be in vegas in December, and may be stopping by!

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5. Re: Duece Bus Stop for Pawn Shop

Going South (from Downtown to the Strip) you want to get one stop past the Bonneville Transit Center. Coming North (from the Strip to Downtown) the Transit Center is probably the closest stop.

You are going to Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, 713 LV Blvd South.

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6. Re: Duece Bus Stop for Pawn Shop

The stop is Gass Avenue. It's hard to miss these days with long lines outside and a souvenir tent in the parking lot.

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7. Re: Duece Bus Stop for Pawn Shop

Thanks!! I waited about 10 minutes last year. I think I'll pass on visiting the souvenir tent!

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8. Re: Duece Bus Stop for Pawn Shop

The quintessential Vegas vacation has given way to.....

.....taking a bus to a pawn shop......

Old Blue Eyes is rolling over in his grave.

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9. Re: Duece Bus Stop for Pawn Shop

We'll be going by to take some pictures on our way to Fremont. If they have a souvenir tent, even better. We get a kick out that show.

I doubt any of them will be there for our visit since they are on "tour" this weekend.

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