Las Vegas | New York

While in Las Vegas for the best man’s bachelor party, we frequented the New York-New York hotel and casino a few times — mainly because it was next to our own hotel, the MGM. Perusing the aisles of a hotel made to look like the city I once called home felt, nostalgic.

While anyone without an inclination to suspending their disbelief would recognize the American colonial architecture as nothing more than a facade, I simply could not help myself but to achieve a close aesthetic distance. I was instantly transported to the streets of another life.

I smiled at the exposed brick, the fire escape ladders, and the multitude of apartments above restaurants that extend their outdoor seating into the crowded sidewalks. It was nice to be back for an instant. Except that I wasn’t, of course, for there is only one New York — only one living, breathing, conniving, New York. Even then, the similarities were remarkable, so I took some pictures to compare them to those from my time back east.

═════ Manhattan Skyline ═════

═════ Statue of Liberty ═════

═════ Grand Central ═════

═════ Brooklyn Bridge ═════



Tell me, what do you think? Do you see the similarities? Have you ever been to either of these places?

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(Featured Image by: Mr. Ramdolfi)

11 thoughts on “Las Vegas | New York

  1. Never been to Las Vegas. Been to NYC 3 times over the years. Been inside the statue of liberty stayed at an Airbnb in Brooklyn once. Visited the top of the twin towers, and the empire state building, and the Rockefeller center. Love central park.

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