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Trial and Error

And the Answer is Behind Door 14!

January 8, 2007 6:44 PM

I’ve got two words that will make your CES trip a breeze.

Door 14.

That’s right.

Door 14.

I can pass this along to you now that I’ve used it already.

If you want to avoid the vicious cab line at CES (and trust me that line is snaking ‘round and ‘round McCarran airport), go to door 14 beyond the baggage carousel and you can get a car service. Sure, you’ll have to pony up a little bit more than a cab would cost, but not too much more.

It’s worth it because I only waited a mere five minutes instead of an hour or more in the cab line.

Time is money, as they say, and now I am at my hotel a mere 35 minutes after my plane landed. That enabled me to write this blog entry and pass on this insider tidbit, rather than tapping my foot, cursing CES and generally giving off signs of discontent while standing in that good-fer-nothing, can’t-believe-I-have-to-wait, why-do-I-come-to-this-show cab line.

Now, I’m off to the Bob Iger keynote. Reporting back shortly.


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