I'm more comfortable residing close to the strip, which I call the main line. You can feel the pulse from the energy, fueled by the people and the atmosphere. The key is to use these things to your advantage by knowing the way around and always having a stock pile of options. Timing is important if you're not into milling with the cattle, standing in line waiting to be hurded into a bigger crowd. The many ways of getting around can be just as fun as being there. A car is good for someone with a Ferrari to cruise the strip or if you're riding with Elvis. I use the buses and the monorail and my bicycle. The weather is a factor in these options. I have a motto for my intro and from here on we say, I'm right where I belong.