A Very Vegas Christmas

The hotels and boulevard have hung the bows and candy canes. How does the glitteriest city on the planet welcome the holidays? Bigly, is how they do it. Very, very bigly.

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Las Vegas once again goes a-glitter for the holidays. A past Palazzo display is pictured. (Darrin Bush photo)
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In this 2010 photo, Las Vegas' official Christmas tree lights up Fremont Street. (Photo credit Las Vegas News Bureau/Darrin Bush.)
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Santa greets children as Las Vegas' official Christmas tree lights up Fremont Street. (Photo credit Las Vegas News Bureau/Darrin Bush.)
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Crystals at CityCenter holiday decor. (Darrin Bush photo.)
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Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall, Mystic Falls Tree Lighting.
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Ethel M Chocolates Botanical Cactus Garden. (Darrin Bush photo)
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Holiday Display at Palazzo. (Darrin Bush photo)
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The famous carnation polar bear inside the Bellagio Conservatory Holiday Display. (Darrin Bush photo)
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Bellagio Conservatory Holiday Display's many, many poinsettias. (Darrin Bush photo)
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"Winter in Venice" at the Venetian, Holiday decoration.
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Lights illuminate a colorful display during the Winter Lights Festival at the Springs Preserve.
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Sam's Town Mystic Falls with Christmas Theme. (Photo by Glenn Pinkerton)
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Displays and twinkly lights fill the Sam's Town Mystic Falls area. (Photo by Glenn Pinkerton)
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A chocolate Santa dressed in a suit of sugar icing soars in a chocolate airplane at Jean Philippe Pâtisserie at the Bellagio. Executive Pastry Chef Jean-Philippe Maury and his team spent one month creating the decadent, 240-pound display featuring a combination of dark, milk and white chocolate. (AP Photo/Las Vegas News Bureau, Darrin Bush)
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The Palazzo winter decor. (Darrin Bush photo)
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