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Last call for Old Vegas experience at Sahara Casino


KTNV.com,  Sunday, May 15, 2011 at 10:55:41 AM

A Las Vegas landmark is closing it's doors for good. Locals are flocking this weekend for one last peek at the Sahara Hotel and Casino. After 58 years on the Las Vegas Strip, The Sahara will shut down for good after this weekend.

There's plenty of reasons to love the Sahara.

"Dollar Blackjack, dollar beer, dollar craps, dollar everything," says Chris Lamb, a local fan of the old casino.

"The big burrito you know? I thought I could eat it, but I couldn't. If I could eat the whole thing I could have it for free, but unfortunately I couldn't eat the whole thing. That's one of the biggest memories I have for the Sahara," says Larry Sumling who has visited from Canada.


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