Special Photo Post! The Famous Las Vegas Strip Explored In Images
Step into Sin City herself with a dozen photos from the steamy, seedy, exciting, unique, vibrant, famous and infamous Las Vegas Strip:
In These Photos You Will Discover:
- The Brilliant Sights of Las Vegas, Nevada
- The Seedy Side of the City
- Fascinating Fountains
- Unique Shopping Destinations
- Semi-Automatic Firearms? Sure… & More!
Whether you love the bright lights, the exotic shows and the ching-ching-ching of slot machines or you’ve vowed never to cast your shadow in Sin City, there’s no denying: it’s a place like no other. And, in my opinion, a must-see once. So sit back, relax and pour yourself a dirty martini – here is the famous Las Vegas Strip in 12 photos:
The hotels on the Las Vegas Strip are a true sight to behold, and some of the biggest in the world. (Caesar's Palace and Trump Tower pictured.)
The indoor portion of the indoor-outdoor "faux Venetian canals" at the Venetian Hotel.
An AR-15 rifle at a gun range outside of Las Vegas. Shooting ranges abound in and around the city, and are popular with tourists from less "firearm friendly" countries.
"Honestly Officer, I didn't do anything!" Yeah right. They've heard this one before.
A Woman of Gold outside Caesar's Palace, one of the largest hotels on the Strip.
Designed by a team of eight premier architects, the new City Center Mall is the most architecturally interesting building on the Strip.
The Palazzo Hotel is one of the nicest on the strip - leaning further towards "classy" than "gaudy."
The seedy side of the city: street hawkers handing out "escort service" business cards pester you day and night.
Night descends on the Las Vegas Strip, and the action begins to heat up.
Where ever there is big business and big money, there is always a flip side.
The fountains at the Bellagio Hotel were recently voted the "World's Most Beautiful Fountains" by MSN Travel.
The bright lights of Paris Las Vegas, in the centre of the Las Vegas Strip.