This wasn’t a “real” Vegas vacation, this was a nearly free vacation, a-la my friend Melissa. I crashed on her couch and she took me to all of the free, or nearly free, entertainment hot spots around town. She definitely opened my eyes to several different parts of Vegas I never knew existed, which was exactly the point. Vacation like a local!
I had to get a picture of the famous Welcome to Las Vegas sign!
World’s Largest Chocolate Fountain!
We spent a lot of time on Fremont Street. It’s old-school Vegas and there was so much to see!
There were plenty of street performers, but this guy could paint a picture with a can of spray paint in less than 5 minutes and they were amazing!
I’m sure it has drastically changed in the last five years, but it’s one of those places that will always have the same feel of greatness and grandeur no matter how many hotels they tear down and build back up. Viva Las Vegas!