USA – Las Vegas; The City that never sleeps (4)

Hi!! Sorry for the late posting. Been busy with work and traveling again (biz and not personal).

Anyway, glad that you are still following me on this series of mine in USA – Las Vegas.

Where was I? Oh yes. I am still walking down The Strip.

These were my very brief stops at the Las Vegas Hotel Casinos along the way.

Bally’s Las Vegas


The lovely Caesars Palace


Entrance to Caesars Palace….


Pool side of Caesars Palace.


Flamingo Las Vegas


Imperial Palace


Harrah’s Las Vegas



Practically to many to really go in and explore unless I am there for more days else, with just less than 8 hrs, I rather explore the whole street and see what’s to offer and maybe… maybe the next time when I am in Las Vegas, I will definitely stay longer and explore more of Las Vegas.

Hey.. wait on.. I have not finish yet on this series. Stay tune for my next posting. =P

USA – Las Vegas; The City that never sleeps (3)

Welcome back! Glad that you are still with me. For those who have just joined me, welcome!! Do follow me so that you will not missed out on my e-walk in LV (Las Vegas not Louis Vuitton).

Still on the Strip, heading towards the end of Stratosphere Tower Hotel and Casino.

Further down, saw a row of shops with old structure that caught my eyes; old Pepsi Cola building with cute cartoon on it.


Wow… that’s a huge coke bottle. Anyone wanna share with me? LOL!! That’s goes too with the M&M. =)


Monte Carlo Hotel & Casino. Lovely deco.


Further down was Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino that comes along with the Eiffel Tower



If I recall, this is in interior of Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino…..



Lemonade anyone? I bet you can ‘buy’ a glass at 10c now.



Another shot of Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.



This is the interior of Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino with nice view of the ‘sky’ =)



Like what you saw? Well… it is not the end. Still more to come. Stay tune and follow me if you haven’t.

USA – Las Vegas; The City that never sleeps (2)

Hi there!! Thanks for still following me on my e-trip in Las Vegas. Hope you  enjoyed my earlier series to Grand Canyon.

The posting before was a view at night with all the neon lights but the in the day time, it is totally another sight to behold.

I stayed in one of those cheap drive-in wedding motel (although it is not that cheap) as I just needed a place for shower and a short nap as my trip here was just 2 days and a night.

Right after checking out the motel, I walked along the street where I stayed and saw lots of little chapels where you could just jam in and get yourself married. Yup, just like what  you see in the movies. These was one of them although I  did not enter any of them.


After that, I thought to myself, why not take the bus up to the end of the Strip using the 24hr pass which I bought a few hours earlier ago.

So, at the last stop that I got down on the strip before backtracking back by foot was the Luxor Hotel and Casino.

Walking down the Strip (Las Vegas Boulevard), I passed Excalibur Hotel and Casino.Very colourful….



Had to take this shot. =)



Looking back at a distance, I felt I was in Egypt with the pyramid in the background and Great Sphinx of Giza or was I??



Took a quick walk inside the Luxor Hotel & Casino. Hmmm… what this? Anyone’s guess?



Out and back on the Strip, I was passing New York New York Hotel & Casino. Yes, They have roller coaster line there too.



Facing the front of NY NY Hotel & Casino was MGM Grand Hotel and Casino. Nothing special about this.



Walking down, I saw a row of nice buildings structure like you are in NY.



Want to see more? Well… I have just started my e-walk in Las Vegas. So, follow me so that you dun miss out on this series of postings. =)

USA – Las Vegas; The City that never sleeps (1)

Hi!! Hope you enjoyed my earlier series on my day trip to Grand Canyon. If you have missed it, you can drop in and have read; USA – Spectacular view of Grand Canyon

Well this is the continuation from my Grand Canyon trip back to Las Vegas. By the time I reached LV, it was already close to 8pm plus.

The tour bus dropped me back at my motel and I headed straight to Fermont  street as I wanted to catch the Light and Sound show which illuminates the 1,400 feet long Space Frame. This space is 90 feet in height along Fremont Street from Main Street to Fourth Street and has created a spectacular foyer for the existing resorts.


Well you can’t tell anyone that you been to Las Vegas unless you have been to the Strip or Las Vegas strip which is the Las Vegas Boulevard. In fact Las Vegas bills itself as The Entertainment Capital of the World, and is famous for its mega casino–hotels and associated entertainments.

Since 24 hour  pass to all RTC Residential Routes, Strip & Downtown Express (SDX) and Deuce on the Strip. Now it’s USD8 (cant remember how much was it back then). Got into one, paid and took the ride till nearly the end of the Strip. Got down at the NY/NY Hotel & Casino.

It was still busy and so brightly lighted up at 10 pm. Could feel the heat from all the neon lights even the weather was a quite cool.


As usual I would stroll down the strip in direction I came from; back tracking.


What a sight! Even they had the ‘Statue of Liberty’  in Las Vegas.


Harley Davidson Cafe next to Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino.


Eiffel Tower !! Do you think I can get to the top of this in Las Vegas?’This is the Paris Hotel & Casino.


Maybe not but I got under it instead. =)


Right under ‘Eiffel Tower’ looking up from Paris Hotel & Casino.


Another Hotel & Casino; Ballys


Well… I just started my night walk. So catch me and see what’s next in my next posting on this new series. =)

USA – Spectacular view of Grand Canyon (6)

Welcome back! This is my last posting on this series in Grand Canyon.

We are at the Grand Canyon Village. This is the last stop before heading back to Las Vegas.

View from one the windows of a shop at the Village.




They even have guides to give a talk which I saw along the way.



Another magnificent view of Grand Canyon.



One of the lodges.



Another beautiful view….



The Tusayan Ruin and Museum. I did not get a chance to have a look inside but I bet it will be interesting.



Well, after that it is on my way back to Las Vegas with the sunset view.

Grand Canyon is really indeed a beautiful place to if you have the chance.



Do catch my next series which is the 1 day 1 night walk in Las Vegas. If you have not followed me, do click and follow me on my blog. =)

USA – Spectacular view of Grand Canyon (5)

Hi!! Glad to know you are still with in this series. If you just join me, welcome and I hope that you got up to speed on this series.

Where did I left off? Oh yes, we are at Mather Point.


From there, we headed near to a campsite where there an information center (cant really remember much after so many years)

Some information about Grand Canyon….


weather..  (this is specially important if you are planning for a hike)


They even have a cycling trail if you do not intend to hike.


Our next stop was the Grand Canyon Village area. In this area, there a couple of lodges. Guess it is the start of the Village Route and also the Hermit Rest Route trail.


Another nice place to enjoy to beautiful scenic views.


Breathtaking view…..



Join me on my last posting on this series before heading back to Las Vegas and to see what they have to offer. So, do click ‘follow me’ and see what in te next posting. =)

USA – Spectacular view of Grand Canyon (4)

Hi!! Thanks for staying along with me till now. We are halfway through this series. Hope you are enjoying the spectacular views of the Grand Canyon.

Even this little friend here; the squirrel knows how to get the visitors attention. =)



As the Grand Canyon is a large area and the area that I am now is known as Kalibab Trail route.



A view near the route to Mather Point.



If you have time and an well prepared, you can also follow the Rim trail as seen below.



A brief introduction of Mather Point.



This is view from Mather point. Isn’t it spectacular? In fact, every point is spectacular. Breathtaking views!!




Beautiful coloured layers rocks formed in the Grand Canyon.



Well… pls dun stop. I have more coming. This is halfway point. Stay with me on my next posting on this series. =)