Carol West Hollywood glamour, gangster chic and desert modernist are some of the styles offered by these classic American hotels.
David Whitley When old machinery is no longer loved or wanted, it doesn't just disappear.
Postcard from ... Las Vegas
Tim Richards visits Las Vegas' unconventional, artfully cluttered Boneyard of neon signs.
Brian Johnston At the southern end of the strip a Sphinx welcomes you to a 30-storey pyramid of black glass.
When old machinery is no longer loved or wanted, it doesn't just disappear. Unless it's completely dismantled, an old plane, train or automobile has to be stored away somewhere to die a rusty death.
From the sublime to the ridiculous, including the world's largest resort, here are six of Vegas' best. By Brian Johnston.
Tripologist I'm travelling to the US for the first time and I have been told there are two must-see cities: San Francisco and New York.
The strong Australian dollar makes the timing right to explore the United States, writes Katrina Lobley.