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Saying goodby to Las Vegas...

Talk about screwing up. I scheduled a trip back home from Vegas just one day after arriving here, because I wanted to get home to take care of business. And cats and so on. But I didn't look at my airline reservations soon enough.

Mary loaned me her car so I could go with her to see CityCenter (she gave me the tour) and so I could return to meet her for lunch, and later bring Joey to his piano lesson. But after I got back to her apartment after lunch I looked at the ticket and realized I'm supposed to be flying out at 8:10 tonight. Much earlier than I remembered. So I had to arrange for Joey's dad to pick him up now. Then I'll finish packing my bags and drive to the casino and give Mary her keys. And take a taxi to the airport from there.

Lordy. I'm thinking about hauling those bags. I don't know what else I can do.

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tx_cronopio
Mar. 1st, 2007 12:30 am (UTC)
Ah, isn't travel glamourous?

Reminds me of the time I was in Portland Maine -- thought I was flying out at 6 the next morning. Which I was --- out of JFK.
judith
Mar. 1st, 2007 03:40 am (UTC)
That can't have been good. Did you take a train to JFK or what??

Fortunately, Joey's dad helped me out a lot this time. He drove me to Mary's work, where I handed over her keys, then back to the apartment, where I finished packing, and then to the airport. BIG help.

I wonder how people who fly all the time can stand it. I find it harder and harder to enjoy and I get so damned tired. I have been really lucky on these trips that I haven't had long security or checkin lines. This latest flight is delayed almost an hour now, though, and that has me wondering when I'll get home. Might be tomorrow.
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