People are often surprised by how "integrated" I am into the city of Las Vegas, as if I live there part time. Which, really, we all kind of do in a way, as dedicated regular visitors. In any other city I'm visiting for the first, second, or third time, I'm a tourist like any other who has to Google things or ask random people for directions. But in Vegas, I feel like I do or have done enough things that most tourists would not do, and are much closer to being things that only locals would do, as a matter of course. Thus, I thought this could become a fun thread topic. What things do you do, or have you done, that make you more of a Vegas "local" than a Vegas "tourist"? Off the top of my head, here's my list... - Reading LVRJ newspaper content regularly - Doing grocery shopping at a big-box retailer - Taken "residential" RTC bus routes - Almost exclusively playing at "locals" (i.e. not strip or downtown) casinos - Done my own laundry - Visited a public library I'm sure we'll get some unique responses here!