LIGHTS — neon, LED, and flood. Think of Las Vegas and you can’t help but think of the lights. They bring energy and life to nighttime.
The International Space Station images show Las Vegas as the world’s brightest city.
According to byutv.org, if you lined up all of the neon lights on the Strip it would make a trail 15,000 miles long. It all starts when you enter the Strip.
Visit Paris and the golden lit Eiffel Tower. After dark, dine in the Eiffel Tower and enjoy the lighted Bellagio fountains.
The Luxor pyramid represents Egypt — outlined in lights, topped with a shining beacon that could be seen from outer space.
It has been over 30 years since we had visited Vegas and stayed at the Flamingo Hilton. The neon signs remind me of the “old” Vegas.
The sculpted golden lion stands proud at the entrance to The MGM Grand. Inside we became accredited Crime Scene Investigators at CSI: The Experience and gave our opinion on a new television show at Television City.
The Stratosphere is a 1,148 feet tall structure. The Stratosphere has a five-prong star-shaped ride called “The Insanity” that spins you 64 feet over the Tower edge. You can stare straight down at the Strip during the ride, if you dare open your eyes.