What I love about Fremont Street is that despite the upgrades and spectacle of it all, it still feels a bit rough around the edges. The casinos are smaller, the entertainment and performers are a bit sketchier, and just a block away you feel like you've left the tourist zone. That's not to say it isn't a lot of fun, because it is. It actually seems more genuine to some of the traditional stereotypes of Vegas in fact.
Between the souvenir shopping, the countless neon signs, a few drinks at Benny's Bullpen, and catching the Fremont Street Experience (see highlights in my video below), you could say that the trip was catching up to us by this point. It was a great time, but after a big meal, a few beers, and all of the activity, we didn't stay out much later than midnight. A week in Vegas is amazing, so much so, that 'not much later than midnight' becomes an early evening.