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'''The Camels Toe''' is a pyramid shaped casino/hotel in [[Las Venturas]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. Despite its steep edge it is possible to walk up the wall. The hotel is a parody of the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas, including the obelisk tower, the pyramid, and the recreated Sphinx. Though it is not possible to enter the casino, a player may choose to buy the available suite for six thousand dollars, allowing the player to enter the hotel, though only to the purchased suite. There is also a horseshoe on the outer square surrounding the hotel, on the opposite side of the Great Sphinx.
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'''The Camels Toe''' is a pyramid shaped casino/hotel in [[Las Venturas]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. Despite its steep edge it is possible to walk up the wall. The hotel is a parody of the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas, including the obelisk tower, the pyramid, and the recreated Sphinx. Though it is not possible to enter the casino, a player may choose to buy the available suite for six thousand dollars, allowing the player to enter the hotel, though only to the purchased suite. There is also a horseshoe on the outer square surrounding the hotel, on the opposite side of the Great Sphinx. Despite that this may not be used for gambling inside, the player can however drive all te way up to the pyramid using a fast sports bike he's using.
  
 
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[[Category:Districts in Las Venturas]]
 
[[Category:Districts in Las Venturas]]

Revision as of 20:42, 19 August 2008

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The Camel's Toe

The Camels Toe is a pyramid shaped casino/hotel in Las Venturas in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Despite its steep edge it is possible to walk up the wall. The hotel is a parody of the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas, including the obelisk tower, the pyramid, and the recreated Sphinx. Though it is not possible to enter the casino, a player may choose to buy the available suite for six thousand dollars, allowing the player to enter the hotel, though only to the purchased suite. There is also a horseshoe on the outer square surrounding the hotel, on the opposite side of the Great Sphinx. Despite that this may not be used for gambling inside, the player can however drive all te way up to the pyramid using a fast sports bike he's using.