I’ve been to Las Vegas, Nevada one time. I’m not a gambler, or I should say, I’m too stingy to give away my money. But there’s a lot of stuff to do outside the casinos in Las Vegas. Like make photographs!
I spent a long weekend there in February, 2014. One of those days was spent visiting Bryce Canyon. I’ll be sure to post some photographs from that visit in the future.
Here’s a photograph of the Eiffel Tower at the Paris Hotel and Casino.
I really preferred visiting Old Las Vegas, otherwise known as the Fremont Street Experience or Downtown Las Vegas. This is the Vegas I remember seeing on television as a kid.
Here’s the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino. Who doesn’t remember seeing this on television whenever there was a show set in Las Vegas?
The Fremont Street Experience is definitely an experience. Lots of people dressed in costume ready to have their photograph taken, for a tip.
And the signs. Lots of neon signs. I love this place! Who doesn’t love a neon cowboy riding a horse?
I thought about eating at the Heart Attack Grill. Maybe next time!
I ran into this charming little newsstand on the way back to the car. Good idea to offer liquor. Helps when reading the news today.
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