When people think of Las Vegas, they think of The Strip. A 4.2-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard towards the south end of town, the Strip glows perpetually, a shining jewel in the desert. From the Four Seasons at Mandalay Bay at the south end to the Stratosphere hotel, casino and tower in the north, there is nonstop wall-to-wall entertainment.
Play slots, card games or visit a sportsbook. Fill up at a world-class buffet. See such performances as Cirque du Soleil, Wayne Newton or showgirls. Party at star-studded clubs. Golf at the Desert Inn, the Strip's last remaining course. Shop at one of three luxury malls. Hang out by the pool.
Whatever you want to do, you can do it on the Strip, and it is pretty much impossible not to have a good time!
With summer day temperatures in the high 90s the Strip came to life in the early evening and it was great to just wander for hours in and out of the hotels/casinos and along the Strip with all its lighting... more and advertising signs.