A massive new complex has a centrepiece that brings the glamour back to Las Vegas, writes Rob McFarland.
Las Vegas is hoping for a tourism revival, led by its new $9.5 billion CityCenter development, writes Katherine Field.
A mate and I plan to fly to San Francisco, hire a motor home with shower and toilet and drive across the USA. Are we stupid?
A monument to the over-the-top life of Liberace shows Carol West that too much glitter is never enough.
Samuel Foy unholsters his inner gunslinger in search of something uniquely American. Foy
David Whitley launches himself on an exploration of the universe with feet firmly on Earth.
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If you're looking for something to distract yourself from all the worries and the waiting of flying, a few airports offer unique attractions.
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.