Lieux sauvegardés par Daniel
Bellagio Hotel & Casino is one of Lieux sauvegardés par Daniel.

1. Bellagio Hotel & Casino

9.4
3600 Las Vegas Blvd S (at W Flamingo Rd), Las Vegas, NV
Hôtel · 588 conseils et avis

HISTORYHISTORY: This location was once home to the legendary Dunes hotel which were demolished in 1993. When Bellagio opened in 1998, it was the most expensive hotel ever built at a cost of 1.6 billion.

The Mirage Hotel & Casino is one of Lieux sauvegardés par Daniel.

2. The Mirage Hotel & Casino

8.6
3400 S Las Vegas Blvd (at Buccaneer Blvd), Las Vegas, NV
Hôtel · 188 conseils et avis

HISTORYHISTORY: The Mirage was built on the site formerly occupied by the Castaways & the Red Rooster Nite Club. The hotel's distinctive gold windows get their color from actual gold used in the tinting process.

Double Down Saloon is one of Lieux sauvegardés par Daniel.

3. Double Down Saloon

7.7
14 Avenue A (btwn E 1st & E 2nd St), New York, NY
Rade · Alphabet City · 103 conseils et avis

Nick F.Nick Foden: I poop in the girls room!

Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is one of Lieux sauvegardés par Daniel.

4. Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

7.8
3555 Las Vegas Blvd S (at E Flamingo Rd), Las Vegas, NV
Hôtel · The Strip · 430 conseils et avis

HISTORYHISTORY: Just six months after opening the Flamingo, mobster "Bugsy" Siegel was murdered in Los Angeles, a slaying reportedly ordered by Siegel's mafia bosses to effect a change in management at the Flamingo.

Pont de Williamsburg is one of Lieux sauvegardés par Daniel.

5. Pont de Williamsburg

(Williamsburg Bridge)
Williamsburg Bridge, Brooklyn, NY
Pont · 201 conseils et avis

HISTORYHISTORY: After completion in 1903, the Williamsburg Bridge set the record for the longest suspension bridge. The record was broken in 1924 when the Bear Mountain Bridge was completed.

Luxor Hotel & Casino is one of Lieux sauvegardés par Daniel.

6. Luxor Hotel & Casino

7.8
3900 S Las Vegas Blvd (at E Reno Ave), Las Vegas, NV
Hôtel · 767 conseils et avis

HISTORYHISTORY: When it opened on October 15, 1993, the pyramid was the tallest building on the strip and took 2 years to build at a cost of $375 million.