The Las Vegas Experience

LAS VEGAS BLOGFremont Street Revamped

By Shannon Underwood

Before this trip, the last time I visited downtown Las Vegas, the area needed a face-lift.
I was pleasantly surprised on a recent visit with the obvious renovations and improvements.
Then entire area looked glittery and new.

Things I liked:

The lights and signs were bright and nostalgic.  While walking around people watching was entertaining.

Next time I might muster up the courage to try the SlotZilla Las Vegas Zip Line. This looks incredible – protip – do this at night to experience the sensational colors.

We ate at Park On Freemont and the craft beer selection was epic.  The summer salad had a fresh mix of gorgonzola cheese, berries, and candied pecans.  The soft pretzel bites had the perfect amount of salt and the cheese was fantastically gooey. I can’t remember what my husband ordered, but I know it wasn’t a salad, and it may have moo’d at one point.

The convenience and value of Lyft, is so much more reasonable than a taxi.

Things I could do without:

The adult man dressed as a diaper baby collecting money from each onlooker that wanted a photo-op.  Full disclosure, I stared at him longer than I should have.

Heart Attack Grill, this place looked like a hospital, and the waitresses are dressed as nurses. The fluorescent lighting and greasy food is not my style, but wow was that restaurant busy.

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