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Sin City Two years back my husband, myself and another couple visited Las Vegas, which will be better known as sin city. Las Vegas is the largest city in Nevada. Neon glittered resorts comprise the general landscaping, and it is otherwise a flat valley with a mountaintop background. The city is quite compact for tourism purposes, even though based on Frommer's, Vegas is regarded as one of the fastest growing cities in the united states. Betting is the central focus of Vegas, and casinos are plentiful, however if gambling isn't your thing there are plenty of other attractions to see and do. Vegas is made up of two distinct areas the "Strip," and "Downtown." Even the "Strip," is regarded as the most well-known four-mile stretch of street in the country. It contains most of the major name hotels and entertainment. Most of our time has been spent on the Strip. Downtown is located on Fremont Street and has been the first area to produce resorts and casinos. It has a very old time Vegas feel to it. The roads are narrow and also a balcony over head displays a must see light show. The light show is free so it can be appreciated if you eliminate all of your money gambling. Flying to Vegas the first things visible are the giant resorts and casinos. We arrived during the afternoon so unfortunately didn't observe the royal effect of these lights. However, this didn't infringe the grandness of those hotels. A brief bus journey took us into our home for the week, the Imperial Palace. It was really budget friendly, together with an perfect place, smack dab in the middle of the strip. The Imperial Palace pales in comparison to its glamorous neighbors. At first glance the casino is very dim and reminiscent of old Vegas, but because of its price and location it's a steal. The rooms are clean, and it's among the few h.. .