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Reader Polls Feedback for: December 5, through December 14, 2006

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As we approach the end of 2006, this week’s Reader Poll asks the question . . . If money was no object, what would you do in Las Vegas to celebrate New Year? Or would you prefer to go somewhere else to celebrate New Years? What is your Opinion? Why or Why not?

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Reader Poll Replies:

I would spend every waking moment at the crap tables and then collapse on the way home in the plane.  As a matter of fact that sounds like a normal trip for me anyway.haha.  Lloyd Tyler, NY

I would party at the top of the Rio casino in their nightclub. Buy everyone a drink. Then gamble the night away drinking Crystal champagne and top the night off with a limo ride. Sherry Vitale  Rochester/New York

*   I would love to spend New Years in Vegas in a suite at the Bellagio with dinner at one of their fabulous restaurants followed by a New Years Eve party at the Palms with all the celebreties that will be there.  Ellie Nosky  Canton, MI

*  If I had my druthers, it would be Las Vegas for New Years, its the only place to be. all the excitement and people having such a great time, its been a long time since I was able to visit L.V. but only because of my health. P. Soldinski  Lavinia Soldinski  Bonne Terre Missouri

This will be the last new year for the one of my favorite properties...The Stardust. Yes, she's closed down and awaiting her implosion, but if money were no object, I'd ring in the new year on the top floor of the tower watching all the festivities. I'd also take a walk down memory lane and think of all the good times I had at this property, and all the great times the Stardust provided for all Las Vegas visitors. Instead, I'll probably watch Casino on DVD and remember the Stardust!  David Wade  Sugarcreek, OH

 I celebrated my birthday 2 yrs. ago, eating at the top of the Stratosphere. My husband and I got there early enough to see the magnificent view of the mountains and then the sunset, and then the city start to sparkle as it got dark. I can't think of a better place to be than in Las Vegas on the top of the Stratosphere. If "transporters" were a reality, I'd materialize myself in Las Vegas enjoying all it has to offer.   joy thumudo  fhvn. ma.

*  I would call Wynn's events coordinator and rent a floor for my friends, fly them in chartered. Get into a high-stakes charity poker game with Nick Cage, Ben Affleck, and Jennifer Tilley. Be the guy who pushes the button at midnight to drop the next casino. Get a 'copter for the fireworks. Actually Get In to Studio 54...  Don Bartley  Portland, OR

 I would not got to Las Vegas on New Years . It will be too crowded . I would rather stay home & go there after the holidays.  Dolores Kling  Alpine, Ca.

 I'd be the first one out on the streets to watch the fireworks....fireworks and Las Vegas too? what could be more fun than that combination?  Anna Sjogren  Manistique, MI

*   To quote the great Prince i would party like it was 1999.and if your familar with that song it would of been one heck of a party. no drugs, i want to say no sex, but plenty of rock and roll. i'd also like to hit another time zone to celebrate it twice. get loose, have fun and anything goes. never mind what goes on in vegas stays in vegas, tell everyone what they missed and for once not have to exaggerate. oh and if i had it like that make a donation to new orleans.  Ralph   Hamden, to

*  I would love to celebrate the New Year at the hottest club in Vegas! Definitely! Vegas Rules!  Jennifer  St Louis MO

We are actually going to las vegas now for New Years from 12/30/06 to 1/4/07, If money were no option I would stay at the Bellagio,  dine in fine restaurants, see Phantom, and Ka, take a limo, and go shopping for new clothes for my family and my grandson. But as money is an issue we are staying at Fremont Hotel, and just doing a few cheaper shows, eating casual, and do a little souvenier shopping only.  Annette Vigil  Ranchos De Taos, New Mexico


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