What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas! We are all familiar with that phrase. Although, 4 miles long Las Vegas strip aka Vegas is famous for casinos, strip clubs, fabulous restaurants and hotels, where usually people go for their bachelorette party, this place could be a vacation for cousins and friends.
Las Vegas was initially was desert, encountered by a young Mexican scout. Eleven years later members of the LDS Church chose Las Vegas as the site to build a fort halfway between Salt Lake City and Los Angeles, where they would travel to gather supplies. Well! now it has its own significance.
Amazing as it may sound, this place never sleeps! Who could have thought an escalator can be in the middle of the road, with people walking around with alcohol in the streets. This must have been the best 4 miles walk with my cousin. Every single hotels in the strop has casino. We were staying at Hotel Luxor, whose architecture is as the pyramid of Egypt! Visiting Las Vegas was one of the best road trips of my life. I was amazed with the presence of diverse people from all over the world in Vegas for entertainment. Not only I loved the casinos, the shows and the escalator, on the street, I also, absolutely loved the creativity of engineers to come up with little architecture of many wonders of the world.
There are more to this city than just how people think! Las Vegas has Eiffel tower of Paris, Statue of Liberty, Pyramid of Egypt and a metro from where you can see the city of Las Vegas. A mini version of many wonders of the world all at one place. Night life is wonderful but if you walk around the street you will say an amazing crowd. A place worth visit!