Fremont Street is was were you could find all the old-fashioned and famous casinos and hotels: Golden Nugget, Four Queens and Golden Gate. Now, the entire street is transformed into what they call The Fremont Street Experience. The entire length of the pedestrian promenade (five blocks) is covered with a barrel-shaped roof with 12.5million LEDs, and filled with loud music. Hotels and casinos line both sides. The evening we were on Fremont Street, there were four bands (I favoured Elvis, of course) playing at the same time on different parts of the street as hundreds of people walked up and down. As in every tourist place there were people dressed in costumes, very flexible ladies dressed in barely anything, and many other racy characters willing to pose for a few photos in exchange for dollars (most popular: nuns with exposed breasts) . The racier they were, the more popular they were which allowed them to earn more, so it seemed. All kinds of craziness would stare right at you – you don’t have to go searching for it. At one point it seemed that every other group of people was a hen or stag night out. The Strip is more stretched out and people are usually inside the casinos so it takes time to move from one place to another. Here, everything was just out there on the promenade which, for us, made a great show. It’s the perfect place for people watching.