After passing the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop (we had to visit the quirky home of History Channel’s “Pawn Stars”) and its big star-struck crowds, we stopped just east of the Fremont Street Downtown area and the Container Park.
While Las Vegas is famous for its glitzy and over-the-top hotels, it looks like even Sin City is jumping on the tiny house bandwagon now with the opening of the Sugar Shack, a 344-square-foot Traveler XL Tiny Home located in the Gold Spike's "Backyard" in downtown Las Vegas.
From swanky high-rise penthouses to 170-square-foot micro-units, downtown Las Vegas has a lot of residential living options — and city officials want to get that word out.
The tiny yet terrific bar in Downtown’s Container Park focuses on a variety of mules, barrel-aged cocktails, and whiskey flights.
Spend the hottest hours of the day wandering some of Vegas’ wacky museums, including the Mob Museumand the Neon Museum, or head downtown to the 18b Arts District, the so-called “heart of art and culture in Southern Nevada.
Vegas may be the place you go to gamble, party, or get married, but I did none of those things (somewhere in New Jersey my mother breathes a sigh of relief).