Santa Fe Station Hotel
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... a prearranged taxi, travelling over an impressive highway system into Las Vegas. Roadside landscaping done with a pinky rock and desert like plants.
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... up to the main entrance to the resort and waited for a few minutes. A shiny off-white stretch limousine pulled up to us, and the driver hurried over to open the door for us. Michelle was, of course, floored. We had the driver take us to the famous Las Vegas sign and then cruise around for an impromptu tour. When we were stuck in traffic on Las Vegas Boulevard, I pulled Michelle over and presented a very special gift from me and my mother…the ...
... Amelia at the station and off to the airport we went. It was a cold morning at revesby station, it was kind of nice to have everyone on the train wonder where we were going. At the airport we met Danielle and her entourage. We took part in the typical pre international departure rituals, check-in, smoke, breakfast, smoke, smoke, coffee, smoke and goodbyes. Sue and I were fine but because Danielle and Shelly live in each other's pockets there was ...