Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Walking The Strip

It's probably the most famous 4.2 mile strip in the world, and there's really nothing that can compare to its dazzling display of bright neon and spectacular shows. You can opt to ride The Deuce, the familiar double-decker that plies the route, or feel the local vibe by walking the strip...


...and walking the strip allows you to notice the small things and details that are often missed while speeding by in a bus. Get your loafers ready and hit the strip.


Evenings at the Strip shows Vegas in its most familiar and iconic facet, but it's early mornings that reveal a different side of the city... 


...reflecting the bare yet elegant structures against the early morning bright blue desert skies. 


An early morning walk reveals that other side of the famed Strip, with all the structures in its purest form without the glittering and blinding lights. Simply look up and catch a whole new perspective of the Strip. The cool early morning air makes walking the strip easy. But it's still a brisk 4.2 mile walk end-to-end. You'll need some comfortable shoes. But since this is the Strip, you need to look good while walking the Strip, this is, after all, Las Vegas. Look cool with a pair of loafers from ZALORA and walk the Strip in both style and comfort. Looking and feeling good somehow eases the pain of another unproductive evening at the slot machines. For more on the Strip, check out my post on my other blog here at http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2012/04/side-views-walking-strip.html and some good eats and great burgers here at http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2011/09/leaving-las-vegas.html.


Across the Strip, the sleek modern structures reflect the various nuances of this famed city, like mirrors showcasing yet another view and glimpse of Vegas. At the end of the strip, one can appreciate the many faces of Las Vegas, both real and make believe, adding to the city's mystique. And walking the Strip takes you to the very heart of Vegas...

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