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MMS 2013 Traveler’s tip: Long taxi lines

Expect the taxi lines to be exceptionally long at the Las Vegas airport this year as you make your way to MMS 2013.  There are other conferences in town and the CMA’s are actually being shot on Sunday as a lot of MMS 2013 attendees arrive.

If you want to skip the taxi line, look around you to identify those geeks who may also be heading to MMS.  Get a group together and hail a car or limo instead of a taxi.  You can share the fare and it shouldn’t cost you more than $35 total (shared between riders) for the ride.

See you there!

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  1. alternatives… walking? http://goo.gl/maps/8UVpS it says an hour. not to many times are places near airports where you want to be walking with luggage. bus? half hour. but will only cost you a few bucks. this is all assuming you are going to Mandalay Bay.

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