Blasts from the Past

Van De Walle, Mark
October 2007
Travel & Leisure;Oct2007, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p152
The article describes the travel and tourism, history, culture and the arts in Las Vegas, Nevada. The city's atmosphere embraces the memories of the 1950s such as the memories of mobsters, Frank Sinatra at the Sands and Bugsy at the Flamingo and others. Battistas Hole in the Wall restaurant is a 1950s icon and which has been opened since the time of regular atomic testing in the area.


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