Las Vegas Downtown

The map below shows the big hotels that are centered on the main Las Vegas Strip. We stayed at the Paris hotel, right in the middle of everything.

The strip is eight lanes wide and very busy so you have to cross at crosswalks. Fortunately, the crosswalks and hotels have escalators and moving sidewalks as we walked for most of the day and the outside temperature was 104.

Another method to keep people cool were misters.

I couldn't get a photo of the sign that showed an all-you-can-eat steak and lobster dinner for $9.99. My favorite cheap meal was a $13 breakfast buffet that had lobster, shrimp, scallop and calamari salads, meats & sushi, belgium waffles and omlettes made to order, fresh fruit, homemade pastries, and more together with $1 bloody marys or mimosas.

Without a doubt, my favorite part of the trip was watching the fountains at Bellagio. The fountains are choreographed to music and play every half hour during the day and every 15 minutes at night. The water can rise 20 stories high and sounds like fireworks. I could have watched them for hours.

Using a computer with speakers and a high bandwidth connection accepting all cookies and ads, watch Singing in the Rain.

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