There's nothing static about the Las Vegas Strip. There's always some hotel being torn down and another going up. For example, the Stardust, Westward Ho, and Frontier are making way for some new towers by Boyd, and there's some glass monstrosity going up between Monte Carlo and Bellagio. What was it that Rush said in their song Tom Sawyer? "He knows changes aren't permanent, but change is."
So here are some pictures I took. Be sure to click on the pictures to enlarge them so they're reasonably viewable.
I took the above picture of the Strip from the Stratosphere Tower 2 years ago. Compare it to this one, which I took 2 days ago:
No visit to Las Vegas is complete without seeing a fountain show at Bellagio:
I can appreciate a double entendre/innuendo as much as the next guy:
These hang in the shopping area between Venetian and Palazzo:
Ah, your intrepid blogger stands 866' above the Strip:
It seems that the front (and back) of the Luxor pyramid are now used for advertising:
I'll be posting other pictures--from the Bellagio Conservatory, no less--in a separate post, about math!