John McAble en Travel, Gambling, Vídeo Games / Jogos eletrônicos 3/5/2018 · 5 min de lectura · +100

Las Vegas: What I Did Not Know About Him

Las Vegas: What I Did Not Know About Him

On this trip to California I finally reached Las Vegas and it turned out that there are many things in this city that I did not even know about :) I share these things with you, some of them I think will also leave you surprised.

# 1 Vegas is a huge city! I always liked to imagine Las Vegas as such a long pedestrian street, strolling along which it was possible to get from one casino to another. In fact, Las Vegas is a huge city, where a total of half a million people live, it's a city with highways and highways. And the main street to date is Las Vegas Boulevard, and Strip is a huge avenue for several lanes. And Las Vegas itself produces a very massive impression. The casino itself is not a casino in separate buildings, but huge multi-storey hotels-rezorts, each with an average of 3000 rooms! The casinos are located in the incredibly huge lobbies of these same hotels. In Las Vegas, as in the rest of America, everything is huge and massive. And to get from one hotel to another (that is, from one casino to another), you need to walk for about five minutes. Every year, Les Vegas grows bigger and bigger, but now even in the main part - where Strip - hotels and, accordingly, a casino, thirty pieces, and the Strip itself is more than 5 kilometers away. So I do not even know how long it takes to get around everything. In addition, now they are building a new strip, where new hotels and new casinos are built. I wonder if the crowd will flow in the same way as in the time of their old Las Vegas (which on Fremont Street) flowed into the new one. By the way, about the old Las Vegas on Fremont Street. We went there too, to walk there, by the way, there are not many who are driving now, even my California friend with whom we were on this trip was never there, although I visited Las Vegas many times. From this very old street Fremont Street (which was there from the beginning of the 19th century, and maybe even earlier), and the casino-city of Las Vegas began. Now this street has been turned into a pedestrian street and it is now possible to walk along it, going from one casino to another. And everything is very compact and in one place. Everything is so old, casinos are kitsch, as they should be, in general there is quite colorful. In general, as I dreamed of Las Vegas (By the way, if you get there in the evening, in the eastern part of East Fremont, they say, good restaurants)

# 2 Las Vegas is not so glamorous When you watch movies about casinos, they show all these elegant people: men in evening dresses, women in beautiful evening dresses and ornaments. Perhaps this is the case in the casino in Monte Carlo, but Les Vegas is a different world. I was worried if I needed to bring elegant dresses, but as it turned out, the outfits in Las Vegas are not particularly needed! (Exception - nightclubs, there dress code is hard) In the casinos and resorts the people are dressed as if they came to the dacha: sports suits, sneakers, shorts, sweatshirts. All are dressed extremely simply, because the casino is the lobby of the hotel, you can come to any hotel regardless of whether you live there or not. Three stars, five stars - but at least a motel, all the same everyone has access to any casino. Well, since you have to walk a lot from one casino to another, everyone chooses comfortable shoes and clothes. And in the simplest of the resolutions (especially in the three-star), the people are quite simply dressed. There's almost every second in sports pants or in sports shoes :))) Because they come to Vegas from all the villages and citie