Vegas wowed the world as Glitter Gulch. Now it's the Fremont Street Experience,
and with 1.2 million light bulbs it's brighter than ever.
With its Toon-town
architecture, this fanciful hotel at Tropicana and the Strip caught the national
attention as the epitome of the kid-friendly casino in a "new" Las Vegas.
Fire State Park, 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas via US-15, is 26,000 acres
of brilliantly colored sandstone contorted into a maze of spectacular shapes.
Men have visited this astonishing place for more than 2,000 years. Park is
open year around.