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Since Las Vegas is the tourist capital of the world and 3 million people a month visit the city that never sleeps, then this week’s Reader Poll is an ideal topic. This week’s Reader Poll asks the question . . . Where do you think is the best place in Las Vegas to people watch?    What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!

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Reader Poll Replies:

I like hanging out at the airport, it is a great place to people watch.  Lori Evans.  SC

Late at night I like to sit at any major casino lounge and watch the interesting people, especially the young girls trying to meet the wealthier older men.  Beverly S.  Denver CO

I like to watch the people out walking from one place to another on the strip.You see people from all around the world. Young and old. Some without very much on, some over dressed some rich some poor. I've seen everything out there. I've even seen the homeless there sleeping on the underpass. Stephen Goodwin Sedalia,mo

I personally like to watch people on the strip. You can usually tell who has never been to Vegas before and it is like taking the country bumpkin off the farm and taking into the city.  Lynn Isaacs  Las Vegas, NV

WOW! Great question. In downtown one of the best places to people watch is the main casino bar at the Golden Nugget. From there you can see everything and it gets quite exciting. On the strip, the Forum Shops at Cearsers. Chuck Merica Omaha, NE

I love Las Vegas! One of the reasons is the diverse people you can see there. My favorite place to people watch, is at Mon Ami Gabi Restaurant at the Paris Hotel (usually lunch as it's light outside and you can see more) while dining outdoors on the patio. Not only does a continuous, ever changing parade of humans pass by, but you can also pick up bits of their conversations and a hear multitude of different languages. What better way to be entertained while dining. It's food and show all in one. Christine Panek Franklin/WI

New York New York has got to be the place - You are on one of the busiest corners of the strip and with MGM and Excalibur as neighbors, it hosts the most diversified group of visitors offering the biggest variety of individuals. This makes for some very Great people watching!  Chris Hammond  Findlay, Ohio

First thought is under the Fremont Street canopy. But the real answer is The Bellagio Lobby. Everyone goes to see the fountains. And they All go into the Bellagio: to gamble, use the bathroom, eat, drink, see the Chihuly Glass, see the Conservatory, window shop or just to look around to see and be seen. Everyone who goes to Las Vegas will pass through that lobby. You can sit, have a drink, listen to the music and the world passes
by. Bill Sheneman  Red Hill, PA

There are a few really good spots mid strip. If I can remember correctly, the Flamingo has a nice little veranda where I once had a snack and fed the sparrows and did some people watching. Any place on the strip that has a little outside eating area is perfect. Lots and lots of beautiful people.  ralph   hamden,ct

The best places are the Strip and Fremont Street. My favorites though are the patio's at Mon Ami Gabi (Paris), and the Nine Fine Irishmen (NY-NY). I'm often having lunch there, it's great to sit down and relax outside (I hate airco!) and to watch the people walking by. I'm flying tomorrow to Vegas again, can hardly wait!  Micheline   Brussels Belgium

The Bellagio fountain, particularly at night. The amazement and wonder on people's faces is enthralling. This is the Vegas in the movies - glitzy, larger than life and romantic at the same time. We're back in Vegas for third year row mid October this year and can't wait. I'll be one of those people once again. Natalie  Sydney NSW Australia

Well, my wife and I have stayed at several different hotels the past few years. But, this past summer we had lunch outside at the Paris. It was a prime spot for people-watching. We were comfortable at lunch, under an umbrella and we sat up several feet above the sidewalk. And, their was a menu posted on the sidewalk and numerous people stopped and looked at the menu, then glanced at our table, attempting to figure out what wine we were drinking ! We had a Great lunch.  Steven Tillinger  Cleveland, OH 

 Hi , I live in Canada .I consider Las Vegas home! Signing up for this news letter was the best thing i ever did ! It helps us to plan when we are coming down and keeps us well informed of whats going on and whats up and coming .We thank you so much and applaud your knowledge and informative news letter. jackie sklepic  edmonton, alberta  canada

On fremont street!  ashley ryner  monmouth, il

The entire vicinity of LV Blvd. and Flamingo, especialy in front of Bill's, and across the street by Bally's. jim fiene  Las Vegas, Nv

The sidewalks/crosswalks along the strip often offer the opportunity to view the entire spectrum of humanity, with the possible exception of the very well-to-do/wealthy. Along this same venue at night, some of the patrons morph into inebriated comedians.. occasionally without their being aware of it. It's a kick.  Charles  Las Cruces, NM

fremont street experince.  Lyle Hall  Las Vegas nevada




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