There is a place called Freemont St. It is in ‘downtown’ Vegas. I think it’s kinda funny they call it downtown since it is North of The Strip.
It is what I think of as ‘old’ Vegas. There are 4 hotels at the main intersection. The 4 Queens, The Freemont, The Golden Nugget and Binion’s.
I’d heard of the Golden Nugget before. And of course Binion’s, because of the mystery surrounding Ted Binion’s death.
However, the main reason to come here is the light show.
For about 3 blocks there is a curved canopy over the street. Every hour, during the evening, there is a show.
Each hour the show is different, although I didn’t know this until I went back a second night at a different time. This post is the Bon Jovi hour, I will post others later. His songs are playing and there are clips of him singing, as well as a bunch of other pictures.
It’s definitely worth the trip.
And you can see 1 million dollars in actual money, it’s inside Binion’s.
And then there are the people . . . that is a post all by itself. WOW!
“You lose sight of things… and when you travel, everything balances out.” – Daranna Gidel