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Old 07-26-2007, 11:18 PM   #1
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airport limo service? suggestions please

im going to vegas on aug 22. there will be a total of 9 people with luggage.

i was hoping someone had suggestion on a cheap way to get too and from the airport. we dont want to take our cars and leave them there

maybe like a limosuine service with a 15 passenger van or something like that. theres millions online but i was hopeing someone had some feedback
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Old 07-26-2007, 11:29 PM   #2
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take the taxi. its like 15 bucks to the strip with tip per van. each van holds 5. its not like houston, the airport is real close to the strip. but hey if you wanna go baller status theres limos available. no need to arrange transportation, its a tourist city, once you get to the airport go to the taxi/limo stand outside the huge baggage claim area and its pretty straight forward. There should be no waiting for transportation. And tell the driver to not take any expressways, just the back roads are enough.

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Old 07-26-2007, 11:30 PM   #3
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i hink a have a frienthat does that for bussines mans but i dont really know how it works...ill ask him
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Old 07-26-2007, 11:37 PM   #4
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take the taxi. its like 15 bucks to the strip with tip per van. each van holds 5. its not like houston, the airport is real close to the strip. but hey if you wanna go baller status theres limos available. no need to arrange transportation, its a tourist city, once you get to the airport go to the taxi/limo stand outside the huge baggage claim area and its pretty straight forward. There should be no waiting for transportation. And tell the driver to not take any expressways, just the back roads are enough.
thanks we have a free shuttle to our hotel. im trying to get us all from my house to the airport here in houston
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I have a 15-passenger van, send me a quote, and I bet i can save you time and money, and you'll be supporting a fellow MH-er
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oh i c, how many days are you planning to stay over there, and are there members of the group that has a high occupancy vehicle (suv,van). if the days are minimum and a couple of drivers that don't mind parking there, then the cost to park at a satellite parking spot would be reasonable.

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Old 07-27-2007, 12:09 PM   #8
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I have a 15-passenger van, send me a quote, and I bet i can save you time and money, and you'll be supporting a fellow MH-er
ok im going to get some real prices and see what its looking like
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a 15 pass. van might not hold all the luggage.
I used to travel alot for work with groups of people like 20-30 people. Its hard to load and unload all at once, and to keep the group together. those stretched limo's are not the way to go they can hold people but not luggage.
http://texansshuttle.com/ is one.

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a 15 pass. van might not hold all the luggage.
I used to travel alot for work with groups of people like 20-30 people. Its hard to load and unload all at once, and to keep the group together. those stretched limo's are not the way to go they can hold people but not luggage.
http://texansshuttle.com/ is one.
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Squanto you should do it like the buses and taxis in Mexico and provide beer to the passengers.
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Squanto you should do it like the buses and taxis in Mexico and provide beer to the passengers.
how u know about that?
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