My first trip to Vegas, including a visit to downtown one afternoon, was in January 1997. I never saw downtown when there was traffic on Fremont Street between LV Blvd. and the Plaza. Many of you have. I can imagine what it was like when streets abutted the casinos and cars actually parked along the curb in front of the Golden Nugget. Nonetheless, it has been 20 years since that portion of Fremont was closed to traffic for installation of the canopy and the creation of the pedestrian mall we know today. Any of you Vegas veterans care to share memories of what it was like navigating downtown prior to 1994? Was it as crowded as the sidewalk in front of the Flamingo is on a busy day? Was jaywalking to reach a casino on the other side of the street the norm? Anybody hustling timeshares on the streets of Fremont in 1991?