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Fremont Street Experience In Las Vegas

ONE place not to missed is the Fremont Walk in Las Vegas... Very happening place where we can see something we have not seen before... I didn't take pictures of them cos I need to pay... There were two semi-naked young and handsome hunks, ready to take photos with anyone...who pays... I was dared to do it but backed out at the last minute.  I was more fascinated with three semi naked ladies standing  there instead.. See if anyone can spot one of them here....
    At the junction leading to the Fremont....
    The lights changed colours every and then...
    Music was looming all around here.....
    The crowd... Everywhere was filled with tourists....
    Artistic and talented making their living here...
    The Cowgirl...
    ..... Everywhere......
    And the Cowboy....
    One of The happening....
    Live band entertaining the crowd....
    I was dancing here too.... seriously.....
       See my hands.... Exercising myself....
    Enjoyed myself here.....
    Joining in tbe crowd....
    A very Happening place... We didn't stay long though....
    We enjoyed an All-American hot dog before we called it a night.....




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  1. How much do you need to pay if you want to take photos with them? I see people everywhere!

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  2. Too crowded, I can't stand.. Seriously you are dancing there?

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  3. i would like to go to Las Vegas to see the lights and the bustling night life, looks so beautiful and so many spots to tangkap gambar too!! hahaha, but must get a good camera to take night mode shots :p

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    1. So much to see but couldn't take all.. some are "forbidden" hahaha..

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  4. Can really see you enjoying yourself to the fullest. Very good.

    semi-naked men means topless men? But men topless are usual right? Even here men are topless in hot days.

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    1. Yes, semi naked with tight looking short shorts.. hahahaa...

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  5. Very happening place! And oh, I spoted that cowgirl hah..hah..

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  6. The Americans love to party for any occasion. When the football season starts, the whole country has parties.
    Glad to see you so HAPPY!!

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