Our original plan was to cover The Strip, Fremont Street, and I personally try to add Death Valley into the plan on next morning, end up that was a very greedy idea. Reaching Las Vegas at around noon, guess what we did for the rest of the day? Oh yeah, massive shopping in Las Vegas South Premium Outlets, until the night approaching! The Strip start to shine brightly during the night, it was very happening and enjoyable walking along The Strip with a can of beer, in and out different massive casino each with its own attractive theme, as well as fresh breeze of cooling wind.
Drive here and there around The Strip looking for cheapest parking rate, end up settle with Bellagio Casino.
SP with the colorful decoration inside Bellagio Casino.
Eiffel Tower replica here in Las Vegas.
The Fountains of Bellagio.
The Bellagio Hotel.
Shot from the overpass bridge.
Massive urban structures, all over the street.
Busy South Las Vegas Boulevard.
The gang, BH, CF, SP, and PK.
Welcome to New York!
Heaven for chocolate lover.
Another replica structure, this is the Statue of Liberty.
Just a random happy couple urge for a shot with BH.
Best group photo we get from random guy passing by, most of it is blur. Maybe they are just drunk lol.
Close up view on Paris Las Vegas Casino.
Flamingo Las Vegas.
Harrah's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.
Treasure Island view from The Venetian.
Stunning interior of The Venetian.
Slot game in my phone become reality!
The next day was another day of shopping, but the destination change to Las Vegas North Premium Outlets. We did some exploration on the north part of The Strip when dawn approaching, and since we still have some buffer time, we decided to stop by Fremont Street, which is the old Vegas street to experience the environment there. Compare to The Strip, this was just a small street with huge LED roof top and some casino on both side of the street. Due to small in size, it was more concentrated and I feel the crowd and environment is more happening and lively here.
Le Village buffet via Paris Las Vegas.
Not sure why the interior in this hotel keep remind me of Genting Highland.
Las Vegas Boulevard during day time.
We purposely drop by Treasure Island to wait for the pirate show, only to know that the show stopped for almost two years already.
Old Las Vegas street of Fremont.
Four Queens Hotel and Casino.
Golden Nugget Casino and Binion's Casino just opposite the street.
Trademark of Fremont Street must have been this long giant LED screen along the street.
If you prefer stunning and massive building with unique theme, The Strip is the place to go for, and you may want to pay Fremont Street a visit if you prefer more happening environment and crowd. Of course, if you have enough time, go for both!
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