Wednesday, January 30, 2013
52 Photos Project
This week's topic is a tough one! Wish!!!
We'd all love to have an Aladdin's lamp that we could rub and our wishes would come true. This lamp is on Fremont St. in Las Vegas.
The Tally-Ho was originally opened in 1963. In 1964, it was renamed King's Crown and failed after six months, when it was denied a gaming license. In 1966, it was purchased by Milton Prell, and the hotel got a $3 million renovation, including a new 500-seat "Baghdad Theater" showroom. Prell turned the English-themed hotel into an Arabian Nights theme, but kept the original Tudor style room wings. A serrated canopy and a $750,000 15-story "Aladdin's Lamp" sign were added.
Posted by Jackie McGuinness at 3:30 AM
Labels: 2013, 52 Photos Project, casinos, Fremont, las vegas, nevada, Photography, Road Trip, travel
Location: Las Vegas, NV, USA
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what a great post to the topic :)ReplyDelete
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I wouldn't mind a lovely Aladdin's lamp to rub too - this one has that touch of magic!:)ReplyDelete
interesting history and perfect photo for this week!ReplyDelete
That's for granting really BIG wishes, right? :~}ReplyDelete
Love the photo!ReplyDelete