My first visit to Las Vegas 30 years ago, consisted of a two-night stay at a long-since razed flophouse called “The Lone Palm Motel,” and the $1.99 dinner buffet at Circus Circus -- which I’m told still exists in some form.
Last week marked my 24th visit to the city. This time, however, it was business (the Fall Council meeting for the American Institute of CPAs), as opposed to a budget-constrained spring break spent driving in a 1964 Plymouth with a push-button transmission.
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