Las Vegas's seedier side seeks out Jamie Pandaram, but he opts for a classier lads' weekend.
It's a safe bet that the spectacle goes well beyond The Strip, writes David Whitley.
The Neon Boneyard is where a glittering city's castoffs go to rest or be restored, writes David Whitley.
For men, it's up to $75 admission and $15 a drink. For women, it's often free.
I'm travelling to the US for the first time and I have been told there are two must-see cities: San Francisco and New York.
One of the hottest tickets in Las Vegas isn't Cher or Celine, Blue Man Group or Cirque de Soleil. It's a day trip to a gravel lot filled with scrap metal, miles from the Strip.
The strong Australian dollar makes the timing right to explore the United States, writes Katrina Lobley.
Elvis sang in Viva Las Vegas, see this city once and you'll never be the same again.
A shimmering, gaudy mirage in a hot, ochre desert, it's hard not to be impressed by Las Vegas. Along its famous Strip lights pulsate enticingly, tempting visitors to splurge. Outside the Strip, world-class restaurants give celebrity chefs a run for their money, and old Vegas beckons, part ghost town, part tack, all hip nostalgia.