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Rockhounds from novice to expert seeking agate, opal, jasper, and malachite, or searching for petrified wood and fossils, are likely to unearth these treasures in Nevada. Sparsely populated with millions of acres of accessible public lands, Nevada holds geologic wonders. The state's 94 best rockhounding sites are featured in this well-researched guidebook. Includes a list of museums of special geologic interest.    

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Hotels on Fremont Street in Las Vegas

Fremont Street in Las Vegas
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Fremont Street in Las Vegas is the way most of Las Vegas used to be. Neon lights, accessible “gentlemen’s clubs”, inexpensive rooms, cheap (if not necessarily good) food, cheap touristy trinkets, and the list goes on. And all that, and more, is why I rather like visiting Fremont Street. You see, as the rest of Las Vegas has gone through a boom (and now, for the time being, a bust), and caters to the higher end visitors, Fremont Street still caters to the visitors who visit Las Vegas on a budget.

Additionally, Fremont Street in Las Vegas has one very unique attraction, the massive Fremont Street Light Show.

Below are the varoius hotels and casino's that are specifically located on Fremont Street in Las Vegas. Other hotels in Las Vegas are listed either in the Las Vegas Strip Hotels or the Las Vegas Metro Area Hotels pages of this site.

Fremont Street Hotels and Casino's

Suggested Books

Benchmark Nevada Road & Recreation Atlas : This topographic map book shows ALL roads in Nevada. This book is a mandatory requirement if you'll be venturing off the main highways shown on the tourist map. Additionally, this book shows many historical sites, points of interest and recreation areas.

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