If you haven’t been to Las Vegas in a while, you may not be familiar with the LINQ. It is basically a long, cobblestone road, with various shops, restaurants, bars and entertainment venues lining each side of the road. Naturally, there are no vehicles permitted here; it is designed for pedestrians only. Nothing here is run of the mill, and even if you find nothing that entices you to spend money, you will enjoy window shopping at you walk up and down the street.
Here’s a couple of daytime photos showing a few of the stores.
They have a fountain about half way down the street.
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