Oh how I miss the old days. My annual all guy trip is coming up in December and my mind wanders to trips from past. The MVP rooms in the north tower were very nice then. Tom Kaminski ran the joint and always made me and my companion feel special. He always comped me and a guest to a romantic meal at the Great moments rooms. It was a classy joint and we would dress us extra nice for the meal. Now you seldom see this anywhere downtown. (occasionally at the 4 Queens) I miss having a dining companion who would looked extra nice for this occasion. In fact so beautiful and sexy. Of course years later I now realize how much she also looked forward to it and how special these trips were. Bloody noses and all. The coffee shop upstairs was a great place esp at 4 AM before hitting the bed. Great gamblers specials then. 1.99 for several items. A $25 BJ table with great rules and during the daytime it would be a $5 table. Great drink service always. Seeing a novice BJ player get so good that she once cashed out a pink $500 chip. She was so proud and deserved it. The staff was always the same and whenever we came to town they made us feel special and welcomed. They called us by name , not just a damn player card. Now it is sad when I walk into this joint. Loud music and crappy gambling. Rooms turned into dumps. No coffee shop or fine dining. But I always walk in, just to have my mind wander to so many great memories made here and at times miss them. But am happy I had a chance to enjoy them in my life. I wish I was a camera person and had pictures now. Anybody else remember the LVC as a great casino in those years? Or have great memories of years past?