Situated in the midst of the southern Nevada desert, Las Vegas is the largest city in the state of Nevada. Nicknamed Sin City, Las Vegas and its surrounding communities are famed for their mega-casino resorts, often lavishly decorated with names and themes meant to evoke romance, mystery, and exotic destinations.
Henderson is the second largest city in Nevada. In recent years, the border between Henderson and Las Vegas has become virtually nonexistent - one city butts up against the other.
Primm is a small community in Southern Nevada located at the California and Nevada State Line. It is located 40 miles south of Las Vegas and 12 miles from another small town called Jean.
Mojave National Preserve is a United States National Preserve that is part of the United States National Park System. It is located in the southeastern desert of the state of California.
Chloride is a self-proclaimed "living ghost town" in Northern Arizona.
Baker is a tiny town located along I-15 in the desert of the state of California. The town is usually a rest stop for those traveling to Las Vegas, Death Valley National Park, or the Mojave National Preserve.
Oatman is a former mining town on Route 66 in Western Arizona. For visitors it offers equal parts touristy kitsch and real, honest-to-goodness Wild West atmosphere, complete with wood slat sidewalks.
Needles is a city in California on the border with Arizona near the Colorado River.
thumb|A "Welcome to Kingman" sign on a water tower, marking its connection with Route 66