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Reader Poll for February 5, through February 14, 2005

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Valentines Day is just around the corner, February 14. If money was no object, would you like to spend Valentines Day in Las Vegas and if so, what would you do to make the day special?    WHY or WHY Not?
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Vegas Valentines Day would be perfect for me and my new bride.  We wanted to get married in Vegas but timing would not allow.  I would love to take my bride to see all the neon lights and dance the night away in the city that never sleeps.  MM D Stevens

Just being with my husband on Valentines Day in Las Vegas or any place is great. I thought I was going to lose him one year ago September. He had a heart attack and triple bypass. He lost his father at the age of 57 and a brother at the age of 59 and another at 64 - all from heart attack so feel very lucky to have him no matter where we are.  Nancy Sexton

* I love Las Vegas and my wife lets me visit once (or twice alone) a year and once a year with her. To show my love and appreciation to her if money was no object I would hire a limo for the evening to take her to dinner at the Top of the World Restaurant in the Stratosphere. While not the BEST restaurant in town nothing can match its view and atmosphere especially drinking their best champagne. Also, the food is really good!
However, I would have first visited Tiffany & Company at the Bellagio and presented her at dinner with their most expensive diamond necklace (and a few other assorted trinkets such as a matching diamond bracelet and earrings) and ended the "printable" portion of this entry with front row tickets to Elton John and some $50- $100 a hand video poker her favorite game.  Lastly, the night would end very happily in our penthouse suite because as you know "whatever happens in Vegas stays in Vegas" even with your wife!  Allen Gilman

* I'd like spending Valentines day with my wife in Las Vegas for several reasons....the first and foremost one is that my wife and I eloped and got married in Las Vegas, and it is our most favorite city by far. The glitter and glamour and just plain excitement that is always present is intoxicating, and every year we come back on our anniversary.  Jerry Pirkl

* I would absolutely love to spend Valentine's Day in Vegas. Why? Because Vegas is the happening city. I could get married at one of the famed chapels by an Elvis impersonator. Have a day at one of the famous spas with my sweetie while we both get complete body massages, etc. together. Eat fantastic foods! Take in a great show! And then spend a romantic evening in a beautiful suite with a jacuzzi for 2.  Shawn F  San Antonio, Texas

Definitely yes. I would spend it exactly the way my friends did last year - they reported it was one of the most romantic evenings they've ever spent - and they're very hard to please. A short helicopter ride took them to a private yacht. Aboard, they enjoyed an outstanding candlelit dinner under the stars overlooking the lake. Then a trip via helicopter returned them to their hotel, but first they viewed the lights and sites of Vegas at night. Back to their hotel to find champagne awaiting them with a bed strewn with rose petals and lit candles. Where else in the world would this fantasy be possible - and yet even if money were no object - affordable for most?  Joan  Arlington Heights, Illinois

Actually we are going to be in Vegas for Feb 14 this year, we arrive fib 12, as it is our 25th anniversary this year. As I have been Diagnosed with a very rare progressive disease with no cure we are making the best of things while we can and Vegas is our no.1 place to visit. If money was no object, We would renew our exact marriage vows at the Bellagio fountains as they were performing to Celine Dion's song .The first time we saw the fountains we both said to each other after watching them 3 times if we were to do it all over again it would be here. It is a must see every time we come and the thought crosses through both of our minds as we are watching them, after than go out of a romantic evening dinner and then in a helicopter ride to view the strip. That would be my perfect Valentines day with my husband.  S O

*  I would love to spend Valentine's Day in fabulous Las Vegas with my lovely wife. I would whisk her away on a care free adventure for just the two of us. We would stay at a very nice suite. Walk through some of our favorite Las Vegas sites hand and hand. As the sun set we would partake in a lovely, roof top, romantic candle light dinner for just the two of us. Then a night time helicopter tour of the strip and the surrounding area. After, we would have a nice elegant ride on a gondola where I would once again tell her how wonderful she is, how much I desire her and how much I love her. Then a wonderful dessert and off to our suite for some passion. Now that Valentine's in Vegas!   James Partlow El Segundo


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