I'm all about Las Vegas, and travel there a few times a year for both work and fun.
A few people don't have it quite so lucky. Beyond the north end of The Strip lie some pretty rough neighborhoods and definitely low-budget motels. Like any city, really, Las Vegas has its urban blight and a homelessness issue.
But in Las Vegas it's a little more stark. In the shadow of the gleaming towers and beautiful
palm-laden avenues lies a separate world most of us never see. And the Vegas visitors bureaus
do their best to avoid. But they're there.
Roll up your windows and lock your doors.