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Old 02-08-2010, 02:38 AM   #1
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San Antonio taxi ride

On the 16th of February the wife and I will be at an airport hotel in San Antonio having flown in from Denmark the night before.

We will here call a Taxi that will take us and a couple of bags to our Diplomat located at Thousand Trail, Medina Lake, Lakehills.

A local Taxi company has given us a price for the trip - $75 all inclusive.

Would there be any of you IRV2ers in the neighbourhood who, for $75, would be interested in taking a couple of turists to Medina Lake on the 16th in the morning?

We are not saving any mony but we think it would be a lot nicer to "talk shop" with a fellow IRV2er than to take a ride with a Taxi who may be struggling finding the shortest route to Medina Lake.



Send us a PM if you are interested and can spare the time.
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Old 02-08-2010, 09:53 AM   #2
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If we were still in San Antonio we would have done it for nothing, just to meet you.

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