USA – Las Vegas; The City that never sleeps (7)

This is my last e-series of my trip to Las Vegas and covered LV and Grand Canyon within 36 hours literally. This excluded the travelling time from and to San Francisco by bus.

My walk was coming to the end as I am heading back to the interstate bus station which is near the Fremont Hotel and Casino. As I head back to that direction (on foot), passed one oldest Casino and hotel in LV. It was the 2nd Hotel and Casino to be opened on the LV Strip. (and closed in 2007) Guess this picture is just a memory.

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Supercars for hire. Anyone?

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Circus Circus Hotel & Casino. I didn’t know that they even have a RV park in it.

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Stratosphere Hotel and Casino has the the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States and also 4 thrill rides at the top of the tower. From where I was, I could see the rides that was actually protruding out of the tower!! Damn! Anyone tried the rides up there?

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mmmm… can’t remember this? Anyone knows this?

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Anyway.. back at Fremont Hotel and Casino and taking a last detour before catching my bus back to San Francisco.

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At the Fremont Street Experience lane…. This place is a crow puller especially at night with light show.

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So.. that’s it for this e-series. Hope you enjoyed my e-trip. What the next series you may be asking? Well… if you want to know, then follow me and you will find out. =)

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9 thoughts on “USA – Las Vegas; The City that never sleeps (7)

    • Nice pictures you have in your blog. It does bring back lots of memory during my ‘express’ visit to LV and Grand Canyon. MY fav attraction would be the night neon display. That really caught my eyes (& also I could feel the heat) even though it was quite cool then. The other is Grand Canyon. The view is just un-describable; postcard quality view. =)

      • Thanks very much! I couldn’t agree more, Grand Canyon was stunning, and I really enjoyed the volcano eruption experience at The Mirage, both the light and sound were really cool too 🙂

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