JFF...Am I The Only One Who HAS NOT Been to Vegas??

Updated on December 26, 2011
E.B. asks from Tacoma, WA
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So, I asked a question yesterday and alot of the replies were to the tune of ''People seeing a show in Vegas''....Which got me thinking.....AM I THE LAST PERSON ON EARTH, TO HAVE NOT TRAVELED TO LAS VEGAS??

I have never been. I do not really have the desire to go. But even my little under aged Sister has been. WTH?

So what happened in Vegas, that does not have to stay in Vegas?? I want to read YOUR Vegas stories, so I can live through you.

If you have NEVER gone give why a shout out....Cause I know I am not the ONLY one who has no desire to go....Or do you and it just has not happened? What shows do you want to see, if you could??

Good one for a Friday!! No hard feelings Nevada....I just am not a flashy lights and noise type of girl:)

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@Kate, now you know a few more:)

@Nellie.....New York, New Orleans(hurricane areas more specifically, I want to make a personal Photo collection) And I am ALWAYS up for any part of California. We would like to grow old in Northern Cali near a windy beach. I want the warm in the summer and the grey in the winter. Maybe a little snow here and there.

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J.B.

answers from Houston on

We have been to Vegas, and we ARE NOT gamblers. We are people watchers. It's like going to the biggest outdoor Walmart in the world, lol. It is also very inexpensive for what you get, food is cheap, hotels are cheap and airfare to there isn't that bad. It can be sensory overload, but like I said bang for the buck is pretty good.

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J.S.

answers from Jacksonville on

Nope never been. Have no desire to go. Don't like crowds, don't like a lot of noise, couldn't possibly care less about gambling.

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J.B.

answers from Boston on

Haven't been, have no desire to go. When my budget allows for travel, there are probably 100 other places that are higher on my list.

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M.F.

answers from Portland on

I went to Vegas for my first and only time when I was 18, going on 19.

I went with my gay best friend, John :)

I finished work on Friday evening, in Denver, went and cashed my paycheck, (already had a over night bag), picked John up and he drove my car threw the mountains :)

We stopped in the desert at like 2 am, and got out at a rest stop. It was a crystal clear summer night. We were the only people or lights in sight or sound...
We heard some coyotes and stared at the stars.

The we were back in the car on our way to Vegas! :)

We got there at about 6 am.
We got breakfast in the Luxor Casino.
Then we left the Strip, got a Motel 6 room and collapsed on the bed for about 6 hours :)

Woke up and went straight to New York New York and got SERVED alcohol!
That was exciting! LOL
Drank and rode roller coasters and ate fun food, did not gamble, drove up and down the Strip, and went in many casinos :)

and Came home Sunday morning, with the car near empty and NO money in sight!

It was FANTASTIC! :)

***I have also vacationed in New York, Boston, Greece, London, Hawaii, Seattle, Canada, Mexico, and various places in Europe. And I have lived in several countries as well.
Vegas was still fun :)
Planning on going again someday, with my husband :)*****

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A.L.

answers from Charleston on

Never been, no desire to go. I don't gamble, don't over-indulge in the alcohol/nightlife scene, and I think it's all kinda tacky. I'd probably have to burn my eyes out from what I'd see. ha ha. Just my 2 cents, but if others like it, enjoy! I'd rather spend my vacation in the Caribbean, Paris or even NYC. :)

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S.F.

answers from Utica on

We went back in 2008. It was definitely an experience and Im glad I got to go and say Ive been but.... it was not my first choice and it was so NOT a relaxing vacation. Its not the type of place that you would normally stay a week, a few days and you are so pooped you need to get back LOL. We stayed for 5 nights and by night 3 I wanted my normal crazy busy life back. There was so much excitement and walking and energy I needed a vacation from this vacation after it was over

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N.C.

answers from Rockford on

Hubs and I have never been...we don't gamble, but I WOULD like to go someday, just to see it! It's def not on my top priorities...that would be Hawaii, or Italy! haha...like THAT'S ever gonna happen...schedule and money seem to be the issue! (we always take family vacations, though...so we are not totally deprived over here!)

And if it's not your thing, where DO you want to visit that you haven't yet?

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B.

answers from Augusta on

I have never been to vegas .
It is not in my top 10 places to go, I am not a gambler , Not into the Vegas scene , does not really appeal to me, now there are places I want to see in vegas but Not enough to just go for "fun". That's a hey we are on the west coast lets stop for a day in Vegas type thing. not go for a week and stay type thing

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T.K.

answers from Dallas on

I have never been to Vegas. Which seriously annoys me. When I tell people I get that look. You know, like when you tell someone you've never seen a common movie they love. "Whaaaat? You've NEVER seen Christmas Story? What's wrong with you?" You've NEVER been to Vegas?"

I've been promised several trips to Vegas, but they've never worked out. So, at some point I guess I'll get it done, but for now, I'll just watch Cirque De Soleil on PBS. ;)

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M.B.

answers from Washington DC on

I have never been there. No desire whatsoever to go:) It isn't my kind of thing at all!

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V.C.

answers from Dallas on

I have never been and never want to go. Just does not appeal to me in the least. It is too artificial. I am so disappointed that my company is doing the annual convention there, so I will skip this year.
I love nature and being outside. If I ever did go to Nevada it would be to stay on the lake there.

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✤.J.

answers from Dover on

I have not been & don't care if I ever get there, either. I grew up 45 minutes away from Atlantic City & even though everyone says the 2 cities are nothing alike, it just doesn't hold any sort of interest for me. I'm not a gambler or interested in big, glitzy shows so....really what else is there, right?

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J.S.

answers from St. Louis on

I've never been. I have no desire to go AT ALL. I have family that lives out there. Maybe I'd go to see them, but would stay away from the strip. I don't like to gamble--it's a waste of money. I am not into seeing cheesy shows that has-been singers put on there. I don't think I'd like flip cards of half naked prostitutes thrown in my path. The whole thing just sounds trashy. No thank you!!

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L..

answers from Roanoke on

Yes, we have! We took a road trip for New Year's about 5 years ago. It was awesome. We saw a magician perform (awesome and hilarious), we gambled, we walked the strip, danced in the streets, and had an amazing time. The strip was blocked off for New Year's Eve, and at midnight all the big hotels on the strip had fireworks shooting off at the same time. We stayed out all night walking from hotel to hotel, shopping, drinking, and dancing. Very worth it. And one of the greatest things was how cheap the vacation itself was (the room, the food, free drinks). The most expensive thing was the gas for the road trip (drove from VA to NM, then to Vegas and back). We love road trips!

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C.P.

answers from Albuquerque on

Wow, I thought we had been the only two! Hubby and I are both 30 and just went to Vegas for the first time (got a great deal from a timeshare thingy) to celebrate our anniversary! We aren't big gamblers, partiers, or whatever, but we did have a FANTASTIC time! We saw a couple of Cirque du Soleil shows (we're big fans), did a LOT of people-watching, and visited most of the "must-see" tourist traps! It was also our first trip away from baby-girl (who is now 3) and we were there for 5 days/4 nights.

Overall, it was a fun, exciting, worth-it trip, but I don't know if we would ever go back... it's just a bit "too much" for us (sensory overload)! Of course, it was the week before Thanksgiving and we had family coming from out-of-town the following weekend... so I'm still trying to recuperate from my "vacation!"

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M.R.

answers from Dallas on

I have never been to Vegas either! I would love to go!

I have never been to see the ocean either.

It all boils down to lack o money and time.

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A.S.

answers from Iowa City on

I've never been and have no desire to go. I don't gamble. I don't like women with feathers on their heads. I don't like crowds. I don't like a lot of noise.

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A.G.

answers from Houston on

I haven't and i don't really want to, aside from the heat, i don't like to gamble and think cleavage and heels is tacky, :)

i know im so stereotyping!

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J.M.

answers from Philadelphia on

i havent but i would...i'm not a gambler but it seems like an awesome fun time...i havent because of money

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K.B.

answers from Cincinnati on

My now husband drug me to Vegas for a long weekend one year. It was fun, but not fantastic. He's a gambler, so half the time, I slept in the hotel room (I had KILLER jet lag) while he gambled. We did go shopping, which was fun and we walked around just about every casino on the strip, which was also fun. I think it would be fun to go there with girl friends so I could go to shows and visit spas....you know, stuff a man doesn't usually want to do!
I also (on a subsequent trip) got married in Vegas! After a lot of researching locally, I told my husband I wanted to elope. For me, spending $10,000 for a wedding was NOT something I wanted to do and we would be just as married if it were just the two of us as we would be with some big, expensive wedding. But, he was very set on having an actual wedding. So, we compromised. We got married at Caesar's in a real ceremony (no Elvis!) with 32 of our closest friends and family. It was about 1/3 of the cost of doing it at home and I loved every second of it!

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M.L.

answers from Colorado Springs on

You have company. I have not been to Las Vegas - except to drive through to California. It's not my thing, either.

What I thought was funny was that, driving on the interstate late at night, it didn't take any sort of "Welcome to..." sign to know when you had left Utah and entered Nevada. Nevada cities must have one of the highest rates of electricity usage in the whole nation.

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N.B.

answers from Minneapolis on

I didn't go there willingly, and never saw shows or gambled. Does that still count? This was about 20 years ago...LOL

My BIL decided to marry a gal he knew aobut 6 weeks (he was in the Navy in CA, met her at a church study thing, and they were both nutso, but would not have sex until married, so decided they couldn't wait...OMG). I was the only one who could scrape together a few days off work at such short notice and pull enough money together for a ticket (besides his Mom and half brother who were already driving out to Idaho area to visit relatives, so she diverted her trip to Vegas for the weekend).

I arrived at 2am, the MIL and half BIL (a teenager)picked me up at the airport, we went and slept a few hours, picked the love birds up at the bus station, went immediately to get the marriage license and to the chapel they had made arrangements at. Instant wedding, falling all over each other, so they went to their hotel room, and we wandered a bit without them. We had to stay "out of town" the next 2 nights (like 45 minutes away)...but we walked thru the free parts of the hotels (outdoor attraction things), had a CHEAP mexican dinner with fishbowl margaritas at a hotel one night...and just walked around a bit.

We DID have an Elvis Encounter I will never forget, early the second day at Target...the highlight of my 3 days there!

So I never gambled, did a fancy bar or buffet meal even, or a show. I wandered a little, signed as a witness to a BAD idea marriage, and couldn't wait to get home.

But I loved the Elvis encounter! "Dont be laughing at Elvis, Baby" he said to me...LMAO!

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☼.S.

answers from Los Angeles on

We're a 4 hour drive away and used to go about 3-4 times a year pre-child. I've never been much of a gambler, but I learned how to play Craps with my husband and wow! that game is really fun, especially if you find a crowded, "hot" table. Vegas is decadent, hedonistic and fabulous. It's also trashy, flashy and dirty :) It's definitely for adults only, though. We haven't been since our daughter was born (who has that kind of money to throw around these days?), but do have friends that bring their kids. A family vacation in Vegas doesn't appeal to me in the slightest.

Added: best time of year to go is May, IMO. Lounge by the pool during the day, nightlife at night.

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J.P.

answers from Lakeland on

I was there once and that was all I needed. I do not gamble, I have worked to hard for the money I have earned and refuse to throw it away.
It was cool to see the sights though. When I went I stayed with a friend (who lived there at the time) and did not go to any shows. We walked around to look at the different casinos and sights. I prefered to see the Hoover Dam and Red Rock canyon instead.
I think we all forget the shady side to places like this. We also saw the bad side of vegas and it is very sad.

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K.L.

answers from Sacramento on

I too, have never been to Vegas. But I would LOVE to go! My husband has been, my parents have been there three times! I am the only adult i know who has never been...

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C.W.

answers from Santa Barbara on

The last time I was there I took my daughter as a surprise after her 8th grade "graduation" Seems inappropriate right? It was totally fine. She was big into marine mammals at the time (summer camps at Sea World, trainer for a day and things like that). There was a brand new dolphin just born at the Mirage so I arranged everything on the down low and she had no idea why we were going to the airport (I had our stuff stashed in the trunk). That trip we were just in the Mirage, saw the baby dolphin and the tigers, hung out by the pool for a bit the next day and flew home.

I have been there for work a bunch - Veterinary and medical conferences plus sales meetings.

I grew up about 3.5 hours from Las Vegas and would go in my late teens/early 20s. It was old school then. We spent a new Year's Eve there once, pretty fun but so freaking cold. I get it, I'm a cold sissy but the pools were frozen!!

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J.C.

answers from New York on

I never thought I wanted to ever go to Vegas - not my cup of tea - I don't gamble, wan't single anymore, etc. Then my brother decided to get married there - so off I was to Vegas. And I LOVED IT. It's really like no other place. I'd say that if you have the chance to go for a long weekend, go. And have brunch at he Bellagio. Yummmmm!!!

BTW - the nightlife is what you want it to be.

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A.R.

answers from Houston on

I haven't been and it doesn't even make my top 10,000 places to see. Honestly I think Arkansas would come before Vegas on my list. :)

My husband has been and he was rather bleh about the entire experience. Like others mentioned, he thought it was extremely tacky and in poor taste. Just not our thing so no big deal.

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L.A.

answers from Austin on

My husband has never been. To tell you the truth it is not my thing either..

Expensive shows. Gambling, expensive shopping. Cheap food.

I enjoy just touring the hotels and the sights, but not wasting the money..

We thought about taking our daughter when she turned 21, but even she said, "no thank you, there are too many other places I would like to visit."

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S.H.

answers from Killeen on

I have never been, but I would like to go. It's not a to priority but sooner or later. My hubby has never been either.

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A.V.

answers from Washington DC on

I have been, and I've been to Atlantic City. When we went to Vegas, we mostly did other things with friends that lived there (Red Rock Canyon, Death Valley) vs the casinos. I was bored.bored.bored while DH wanted to try his hand at craps and blackjack. I was most peeved that SOMEONE wanted to eat so I missed the museum and 2nd part of the Star Trek Experience AND Quark's. They're gone now, so I'll never have another chance.

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M.M.

answers from Washington DC on

No and I have no intentions either. It just seems so overblown and gaudy.
I have also never been to NYC. I would like to see NY once at least.

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E.S.

answers from Dayton on

DH and I have never been...and probably never will.
My parents (and his parents) have also never been.
Not gamblers, not drinkers, not crowd/noise lovin' people. ;)

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J.S.

answers from Minneapolis on

Never been. Never plan too -unless it's a cheap flight and I'm on my way to the Grand Canyon.

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M.D.

answers from Dallas on

I'm 37 almost 38 never been either, lived in Illinois now lived in Texas for the past 15 years. I have NEVER BEEN EITHER! I do want to see what it is all about, I don't gamble too much, as I've tried like 3 times in my life, only about $40 and lost, don't see the point in it. Now, I've played the lotto many of times, usually buy 2 tickets, one with my numbers and one with the ones they give me. Maybe 10 times a year or less I would say.

I would love to travel to all parts of this great nation and then over seas... don't have the funds to do it, but sure love seeing the United States of America!

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K.C.

answers from Philadelphia on

I've been to Vegas twice. First for a high-school reunion. My school is in Japan, and the grads are basically spread around throughout the world, so Vegas was picked as a kinda neutral territory for both West Coasters and East Coasters to meet at. It was loads of fun, but the main focus was on seeing old friends. So I did absolutely no gambling whatsoever. The second time was for a dear friend's wedding. Again, focus was on spending time with friends, and I, once again, didn't do any gambling. I guess both events could have been anywhere, not necessarily in Vegas, but it's a pretty fun and energetic town with plenty of interesting characters to watch. I don't think I'd bother going back to Vegas for the sake of going back to VEGAS...

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C.T.

answers from Santa Fe on

I have only driven through Vegas and camped just outside of it in a beautiful state park. I forget the name - Red Rocks perhaps? So even though I drove through technically I have never been to vegas. I prefer vacations to be somewhere with natural beauty...beaches, ski trips, hiking trips etc. Maybe one day we will go to Vegas and see a show or two but I kind of doubt we will make that effort when there are so many cooler places to go see!

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G.T.

answers from Redding on

My husband's never been and has no desire to go either.
I don't think it's any different than someones saying "You've never been to the Grand Canyon or Yellow Stone?"
It's just one of those weird landmark places.
You either will be impressed and love it or you will say "never again".
I don't think it needs to be on anybodies bucket list.

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S.W.

answers from Amarillo on

Been there, done that, and lived there for about 2 and a half years in the early 80s. I went back about 2001 and many changes had occurred like streets were widened and extended into neighborhoods. The housing boon was about to take off and it was busy.

I am not a big gambler even when living there so it was a small trip to the Strip that we would take x dollars and play tourista and when it was gone it was gone. There were a few casinos I liked to go into that I felt safe and comfortable in and played the slots. I won enough to pay for lunches and have a good diner or two. I think I won up to $500 once on a machine and then went home. We liked the shows and rock artists that came to town and would go and see a show or two. When family came to town we would go down on the Strip and show them around. Otherwise we were involved with the family side of Vegas and the sports and things. Yes it took a while to find it but it is there and there is a real town underneath all of the glitz and craziness.

I worked for a construction company and met Gladys Knight's mother and was about to do a few projects with her. Hubby got orders and we left Vegas for Germany (another story).

Yes it is hot and dry and wild and fun. Thank God there is only one on Vega on the planet. I have a cousin that lives there near Andri Agassi go figure he can afford the house I can't.

My daughter wants to get married there someday. I hope it is soon as she will be 35 next year. The only problem is we have to find the husband not dating anyone at the present time. She is working her butt off at her job that has crazy hours so it is kind of hard to meet Mr. Right.

Have a good holiday season all.

the other S.

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M.S.

answers from Kansas City on

Haven't been, no strong desire, the pictures and TV shows are close enough, don't drink, don't gamble, wouldn't pass up a sight seeing opportunity maybe.

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D.K.

answers from Sioux City on

Nope, never been. I don't care to. I can't imagine what would be there that I would find interesting. I would love to go see family or go see a wonder of nature.

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R.L.

answers from Anchorage on

Never been to Vegas. It's too bloomin expensive to fly out of where I live to begin with and I don't like crowds of people. IF I ever go, and if they are still there or are there, I would like to see The Blue Man group.

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X.O.

answers from Chicago on

I've never been there. Hubby's never been there (despite several invites for bachelor parties). I don't feel like I'm missing out on anything. I've been to New York & Paris, and intend to visit the real pyramids in Giza, so I don't see the point in going to fake landmarks. Gambling? We have 2 casinos within 30 miles of me in the Chicago area. Shows? Cirque du Soleil travels. We have "Broadway in Chicago" here. Drinking? If I was into that, I could do it here--Chicago has PLENTY to offer.

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A.S.

answers from Boca Raton on

LOL - I've never been either! And there's no real reason . . .

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L.U.

answers from Seattle on

I have never been to Vegas and don't really have a desire to either. It's a lot of money. It's a lot of gambling, which I don't gamble at ALL. It's a lot of drunk people ..... gambling! It just doesn't really sound like my idea of a good time. Maybe some of the shows would be cool, like Cirque de Soile (sp?), but they come through here (In Redmond) once a year also. No need to go to Vegas!
L.

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H.L.

answers from Portland on

LOL!! I was having a conversation just yesterday with some of my 4th grade students-- and THEY couldn't believe that I hadn't been to Vegas! I can't decide if I want to go or not. I can't imagine what I would do there, but I do have to admit-- I kinda wanna see what the fuss is all about.
So, no you are not alone!! :-)

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D.P.

answers from Seattle on

Not to worry, Libby. You're not missing much.

A.M.

answers from Kansas City on

also not a loud crowd/flashing lights kinda girl. no desire to go...don't like to gamble (i once lived 2 hours from Biloxi, MS, which has a pretty big "little vegas" strip with lots of casinos- we went about 5 times in the 5 years i lived there. once to see a broadway-type show, and the other times to eat the buffet lol! never gambled once!)

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L.O.

answers from Philadelphia on

I've been there but only because it was a free trip.
Your not missing much unless you love to party and stay up all night. And it really is not a family vacation spot even though they are trying to make it more of a family destination.

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J.A.

answers from Denver on

I have never been. Like you I have no real desire to go. Maybe someday but for now there are SO many other things that are a priority to me. Besides if we get away, I don't want to go somewhere with crowds and such, I much prefer a quiet camping trip. :)

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M.T.

answers from New York on

Nope, I am 44 and have never been there. I have no real desire to either, other than that my best friend from college now lives there.

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A.C.

answers from Boston on

I've never been to Vegas. I did live in Carson City for 3 years when I was a teenager and that was close enough for me. I hated NV. Not the people, I loved my friends and 25 years later still keep in touch, but the landscape...boring brown desert. Blech. (Sorry to anyone if that's your thing, I just like tress too much.) Lake Tahoe is nice though :) Never really got to do the whole casino thing. I took off as fast as I could after graduation so I wasn't 21 and not allowed to gamble.

V.S.

answers from Asheville on

I went with my parents and sister when I was underage in 2002. I was more into the Painted Desert, the Petrified Forest, the Grand Canyon, and Hoover Dam. I should've told Mom and Dad to take us to Orlando instead.

Vegas was a pointless trip for me since I was underage and don't like alcohol much anyway; plus I don't like crowds or cities. I even gave my sister some cash so she could gamble for me and she lost it all. Didn't get to do anything at Circus Circus since we were low on cash, although I did win a teddy bear. Went to Wet 'n' Wild only to freeze because pool water in the desert is too cold. Spent most of my time playing music in the hotel room closet, which was huge, because I wanted to play the flute I'd gotten at a Navajo trading post and my family didn't want to hear it. I also stayed up late watching Samurai Jack. We ended up needing to buy a new minivan right after we got home because our transmission died.

I live near a Cherokee reservation and casino, so if I feel like gambling I can just go there. As for drinking, I can just go to a bar. If I want a water park we can go to Carowinds whenever I'm in Charlotte.

L.P.

answers from Tyler on

I've never been. I'm curious but would much rather spend our rather limited vacation money to go to the beach!

H.G.

answers from Dallas on

Me either! Im too cheap :) can't imagine wasting hard earned money like that!

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