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This week’s Reader Poll asks . . . If you could take home only one souvenir from Las Vegas, and price was no object, what would you want and WHY?
Reader Poll Replies:

* I would like to take home the the neon Welcome to Las Vegas sign.  It would look good in my front lawn.  Adam C   MN.

* I would take home Elton John's Red Piano because he is the ultimate entertainer and a true "Las Vegas icon"  Pat Berzanski  Chester, NJ

A no brainer a lovely "showgirl" or how about a few racks of $500 chips for my next visit. to tell you the truth the best thing to bring home are the memories of my favorite city on earth.  Watcherboy

* If I could take one souvenir home it would be the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign which is on the highway coming into Vegas. I just love that sign I have pictures and small replica's of it and to me this is VEGAS. Whenever I see a picture of this sign I get goose bumps, it's old Vegas, it's new Vegas.  Lynda Loipersbeck

* If I could take one souvenir home from Vegas, and price was no object, it would be the Westward Ho sign. I've been staying at the Westward Ho for 29 years and having that sign would be like having a magic carpet, because just looking at it would instantly transport me to Las Vegas and conjure up millions of wonderful memories I have of the Ho, its staff, food, casino and much, much more. Losing the Westward Ho is like losing my parents all over again. It makes me sadder than sad. $haron Robin$on

*   I visited Las Vegas in the 70's and I fell in love with it and have not been able to get enough money to come back for another visit. If I could have any souvenir and money was no object I would like to have one of the giant slot machines to take home already for me to put money in it and pay me a million or more. That way I could not only visit Las Vegas whenever I want I could move there! Thanks Heather Doyle

Thinking on the scale of moving the London Bridge, I would pack home the Fremont Street Experience. I would set it up along my street and get together with my neighbors to design seasonal displays so we wouldn't have to hang lights or decorations on our individual homes. Alternately, I would try and take home that pointy thing with the roller coaster on top, so
commercial planes would have to avoid flying over my house.  Don Bartley  Portland, OR

* Best souvenir that I could imagine would be a truckload of casino chips, you never know when a few million dollars might come in handy.  Thomas Bain  NY

Only thing I would like to take home with me would be one of the Wynn cocktail waitresses.  Wow, are they gorgeous.  Bob R.  TX

The souvenir that would make me the most happy would be a wedding certificate for me and my boy friend.  We have been together for about four years and seems like we never have time to take off and get married.  Working two jobs each it is a real hassle to plan ahead and take a much deserved vacation.  So any wedding would be fine, just let it happen.  Gloria A. 


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