“How far we travel in life matters far less than those we meet along the way.”
– Mark Twain, American author and humorist
I had been to Vegas many times but this was the first time I had ridden the monorail to the end of the line and got off at the Las Vegas Hilton – formerly the International Hotel – site of 837 consecutive sold-out performances by the King of Rock ‘n Roll, Elvis Presley.
I stopped at the bronze statue of the King just to the right of the main doors and read the plaque: “To Elvis who will be remembered by the many great artists in the Hilton Showroom and by the millions who enjoyed his great performances on our stage.” I took a picture and then walked inside. After about 15 minutes of wandering aroun...
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