Out of excitement for my upcoming trip, I was using Google maps to see where exactly The Park is relative to NYNY and Monte Carlo. Thinking that Google Maps would be right up to date, I was confident everything would be fairly recent. Sure enough, The Park was right where I thought it would be, and I made a mental note of it for when I do a walk of the strip. Then, temptation got the better of me, and I decided to "walk" up the strip on Google maps. I spent a few minutes, fully content and excited as ever from the lovely sights of the Las Vegas strip. Looking on the right hand side as I went north, everything seemed to be normal. Paris, Bally's, and then... Bill's Gamblin' Hall?! At a total loss for words, I wondered how it was even possible for that to show up. The Park is brand new and it was on there, but Bill's became the Cromwell in 2014, right? Taking a closer look, the image was from 2009! As I took a "step" forward, it became the Cromwell with a 2016 image. It was almost surreal, to take one small "step" on Google maps, and literally see that transition take place before my eyes. Of course, that's just a discrepancy in what images they have. Has anyone else noticed a similar thing on Google maps?