All you Ocean's Eleven fans out there, you know you'll never forget the famous final scene of that movie. (I mean the 2001 Stephen Soderbergh version, not the original 1960 Rat Pack caper.) Our favorite criminals are all lined up in front of a spectacularly lit, astoundingly graceful fountain in Las Vegas, just outside the fancy-schmancy Bellagio. Debussy's Clair de Lune plays. One by one, our heroes slip away into the night, possibly never to meet again. It's one of my most fondly remembered scenes in recent motion pictures, and imagine my delight to find out that the fountains featured in this scene are (A) real and (B) free to each and every visitor to Las Vegas, not just the lucky denizens of the Bellagio itself. In their fun travel blog "Don't Ever Look Back," Amy & Keiron share a lovely photo of the fountains, which they call one of the major attractions of the Strip.