From beautiful Sedona to the lights of Las Vegas–talk about culture shock. We didn’t spend a whole lot of time on the Strip, but we did have a couple of adventures. I’ve put together a photographic view of the big casinos and clubs via the drive down Las Vegas Boulevard where there’s tons of tourist action.
Here are some of the well-known casinos and Las Vegas landmarks.
Other sights to see on the strip (not including a full-sized roller coaster, the High Roller Ferris Wheel, the Eiffel Tower, Venice-type gondolas, and a ton more of which we didn’t get photos).
We did venture out on foot into the crowds to experience places recommended from friends. Luckily, they were all in the Cosmopolitan. Our first stop was Secret Pizza, which was a quest Julie and Sean Chickery mentioned in one of their videos. We turned it into a treasure hunt.
After feasting on the yummy pizza, Roy, Judy, Mike, and I walked around to see what trouble we could get into. We played a couple of slot machines, but it didn’t take long to tire of that activity since we aren’t die-hard gamblers. We spent some time outside in front of the Cosmopolitan and watched the masses of tourists bustling by. The party atmosphere was contagious and most people were happy and friendly. There were visitors dressed to the hilt and others in comfortable walking attire. It was a diverse crowd and the people watching was quite entertaining.
After a while, we headed back into the building to check out the Chandelier Bar, a must-do recommendation from Marc and Julie at RV Love.
All in all, our Las Vegas Strip day was fun. We were pretty people-d out, though, and looked forward to exploring some of the beautiful natural places outside of Las Vegas in the coming days.
Thanks for the hospitality, Las Vegas.
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