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Casino staff was friendly from check-in to dealers, for the most part. I agree with your statements about the pioneers of Las Vegas, had they not existed none of the rest would have followed. But, improvements begin some where. What will be thier legacy? Corporations have taken over, and the stockholders have done well. With the Frontier and the Stardust gone by early It has made me ponder the following. You would never wear shorts or jeans to dinner. It's 20 years next month since I first visited LV and it's like two completely different cities both with good and bad points. I have yet to read a post from someone who used to go to Vegas back in the real "old days". It was elegant and beautiful. He may shake your hand and say ,"thanks for coming to the Horseshoe". The casino's valued your business and competed for it. I have never looked at it in that perspective. I now have another way to look at this. I was amazed. With all the condos going up you could be right. I don't think those places will ever disappear but they will no longer be near the strip. They will expand to the point that they will be found all over LV, Henderson , Summerlin and places that don't even exist yet. I hope I am not coming across as someone simply lamenting the past. I respect your introspection in posting this question. Good comment. You never know whats coming next. Much of my memory started through the eyes of a child. Suffice to say that Vegas has seen more changes in the last few decades than most cities see in centuries and the constant state of flux is one of the reasons for loving it. I take the view that you should enjoy what's happening now as tomorrow it will be as big a part of history as what happened years ago. The Frontier, Stardust, Sahara are grand Dames of the strip. I loved it then. Everything is newer, larger, taller, brighter, and more expensive. I am orginally from Southern Cal and with family in Las Vegas. Nothing wrong with either - we all have different priorities. It was here for them! Better or worse- no, just different again. The success of the megaresorts and larger, newer properties is not unexpected - the public wants this atmosphere. The hotels and casinos will no longer be concentrated on the strip or downtown. Will Vegas soon be just for the wealthy or people who don't mind spending money they don't have? People are gong to have to go farther and farther off strip to find inexpensive places to stay. The most important question is All things change but, when they do we lose a piece of history that at times can not be replaced. If you never knew the other you wouldn't miss it and would just enjoy the over the top experience which is Las Vegas today. Twenty years ago as a gambler. Those before our time and the essense of those still around but obsolete, but as I said I am a romantic. The headliners played the tables and they were more current in their popularity. They did not carve out this desert oasis from nothing! Comps were easy and bargins were everywhere. Looking forward too your comments! I am a romantic and in twenty plus years of traveling to Las Vegas I have seen the changes of which you speak. A perment imprint on my brain. Remember they don't have mob or rat pack stories to tell, no flamboyant peronalities such as Bennie Binion or Bob Stupak! If I really want to "feel" old Vegas, there's always books and television, right? Frankly, I like Vegas the way it is now probably much like those in the 50s and 60s did. Can the corporate mega resorts create a legendary stature? There were no amusement park rides at all. People dressed for dinner. Anyways, hopefully someone WILL build the ultimate old-school casino and create some new memories with a corporate-less feel to it. I love it now. Beautiful mega resorts and themed hotels that house millions in a year. If so, will thier prices inflate because of the increased demand? Even now there is not much left of the old Las Vegas, perhaps ghosts of the old pit bosses, Bugsy, show girls and entertainers of the past. When I think of the history lost and the times gone - by, I hope that I do it with reverence. How many people do you think have body parts broken if they don't pay gambling debts? I doubt any place is the same now as it was in the "old days" except the specially preserved historically accurate venues.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I feel that I should clarify. Thanks everyone for your comments! I have repeatedlay said there currently is no "old school" feel, just old. The condos going up are going to change the whole atmosphere. Serious players went to the Horseshoe to play poker and Benny may stop in. It is a marvel indeed. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The casinos of old have fell like dominos in the last 15 yrs. I don't see too many male posters here begging to wear suits!! It's a much debated theme and everybody has their own opinions. To me it is going to be more luxurious but not as exciting. My first trip a casino exec told me how much the house edge was, told me never to waste a penny. If the public wanted old school we'd let them know. I find it hard to believe that in this area someone would build a condo. The Stardust had the best sign on the strip. Many of the changes are exciting and new generations of players are not as likely to enjoy what I fell in love with many years ago. I think what we're dealing with here is the natural passage of time - the majority of the generation that used to go in the 50s and 60s is now more interested in retirement options than a place to go where they have to wear suits, smoke, and drink until their liver resembles a pickle. I am sure in another 15 years I won't recognize the strip. For everything gained there is something lost. George Clooney was in with a group of developers who were going to build an old-style, old school feeling casino complex, unfortunately they have all backed out and sold the property and I read that George himself took his profits and donated them to a charitable group in Darfur, good going George-ous. It has undergone a few changes since I started going. I never considered the changes better or worse- things were just different. Everything changes. My husband's parents were married in Las Vegas in His Uncle in My first trip to L. My first glimpse of a topless showgirl was while I was standing at a craps table in the Sahara and the door to the theater was open while a rehearsal was going on. The ever changing face of Las Vegas makes it exciting. No disrespect - but 15 - 20 years ago was - Seems to me that is when the major changes just started happening. I do feel a bit sad about the loss of the larger than life personalities replaced by the beautiful but slightly mechanical and sterile corporate casinos. I agree that it is to each his own in regard to what we deem progress. Dinner was an event. I never experienced that with Steve Wynn although I have stayed in his resorts many times. The legendary establishments were full of history and exciting stories. That was back when the Sahara wasn't a dirty word. With the disapearence of the older places which are cheaper in price, will this drive the bargin hunters off strip and downtown? Iread that a condo was being built downtown across from the El Cortez.