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As we begin 2013, we look forward to all the thrills and excitement Las Vegas has to offer. This week’s Reader Poll asks the question . . . Is there anything that is missing from the city that never sleeps - Las Vegas. (This could be an event, a theme building, change in current laws or whatever you think is needed to make Las Vegas an even better place to enjoy)    What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!  (See other readers’ opinions below.)

PLEASE NOTE: The following text entries are the exact words of our readers
and may not be full sentences, correct grammar or correct spelling.

Reader Poll Replies:

I would like to see the law changed to allow people age 18 and above to gamble and drink.  Jennifer D.  Tucson AZ

My only change in Las Vegas would be the costs to go to the nightclubs.  Bottles that cost $30 being sold for hundreds is not in my realm of economics.  Isnt there nightclubs that just serve drinks and let you sit down with spending a months income?  Robert J.

I think they should legalize prostitution in las vegas.  Why not, it works in the other areas of nevada?  Probably would be a good source of tax revenue also, rather than letting all that money go underground.  Betty Hodges  NY

Legalized prostitution   Bill mcdonough  Westwood, ma

How about a club along the strip that has dancing girls in the windows that are their to invite patrons into the establishment. This would be similar to what they have in New Orleans.  Jim Williams  oxford, NJ

I  truly feel that since the Elvis museum and impersonator attraction has closed Las  Vegas is really missing a piece of its character.   Brian Scott   Milwaukee

As a recreational gambler (blackjack, video poker, slots), I'd like to see some casino or casino group make some concessions regarding average house edge on some of these games ( wouldn't we all?). Better overall blackjack rules and higher slot payback percentages changes would drive more visitors to such casinos and generally make for more enjoyable trips for all of us. I feel the enhanced business would more than offset
the apparent lost revenues for such casinos. Not novel, but desirable.  Charles Higgins   Las Cruces, NM

An Elvis Museum. I know it sounds cornball, but Elvis Fans equate Elvis with Vegas and Vegas with Elvis and it shows no sign of stopping. There was a place there once on Industrial Rd but it was the Worst location. Put it in a nice Casino or somewhere people can get to and you got yourself a Winner.  Victor Hanson Alliston, ON Canada

1. Get rid of the people, who slap those cards on their arms and shove them in front of you as you walk the strip. 2. Have hotels with pools/hot tubs inside for use when it is winter and the outdoor pools are not available. 3. Do all the pools need to have extremely loud rock music playing?   Rose Marie Mezzapeso  Poland, OH

vegas needs to bring back some of the ols charm that made it vegas lights and gitz these things is what vegas was known for and now like everywhere it is buld it bigger better newer it works but i think the old look was much more impressive. stephen richardson   nova scotia  canada

I think the one thing that is missing from Las Vegas is a casino that tells the 'old' story of Las Vegas including the casino personnel dressed as Mobsters and their ladies! With the old style Las Vegas decor of what the casino's looked like back in the beginning. I believe it would be a really big hit! I for one would love it. Impression entertainers should be hired to bring back the music of the era. Maybe customers would even dress for the occaision!  Cindy Kocol  Algonquin, IL

What's missing from Vegas is the opportunity to stop at a secure, reputable location for a quick 2 hour power nap. These locations are available in some airports and work just fine to take the edge off. This could be just the thing that some people need instead of heading back to their hotel rooms.   Brian D   Plano, TX

Hi-In my opinion Las Vegas is missing "the history" of Las Vegas-we basically tore down all the old casinos & modernized "The Strip" & now even "Downtown"-Surely we opened the "Mob Museum" & put old Neon signs throughout "Downtown" but we have no old building to walk through & "feel" the history-we always have $ to tear down & build modern but there's never enough $ to just enhance the "old/restore" & keep history alive! Maybe bring back something ie. dinner/musical shows like in the old movies Michele Ohayon  Boulder City, NV

 I would like to meet my daughter and 2 grandchildren,ages 7 and 9 and both girls in Las Vegas and enjoy the more innocent adventures together. They would like swimming, some game playing,not scary rides,and staying in rooms not too high in the sky. A show for all ages,plus one sight-seeing trip, and easydining,would be fine. What hotel would be the best experience for all of us to enjoy these simple pleasures together? We won't have a car and have 3 nights to spend.  Sandra Bussard  Vancouver,Wa.



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