Dalwhinnie (population: 80) is a scattering of houses, a hotel, a whisky distillery and a tiny railway station in the Central Highlands. Just off the main north-south A9 road, which used to run through the village but then it was bypassed with a straighter road. Only very slightly straighter - and certainly not a dual carriageway - oh no! Trains do stop at the station, but in my experience it's a bit like Adlestrop: 'No one left and no one came/On the bare platform.'
So if it is twinned with Las Vegas, I'll let you judge who has the better deal from the arrangement.