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Burning the Tables in Las Vegas
Golf-writer and hacker extraordinaire. Michael Konik, roams the golfing universe in this outstanding collection of stories about the game and its grandeur.    

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Palace Station Hotel and Casino

A favorite gaming destination among local patrons, the Palace Station Hotel and Casino is one quarter mile off the north end of The Las Vegas Strip and three miles from the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas, Nev. This property features a low rise facade that resembles a 19th century western railroad station, complete with a clock tower. The hotel's interior echoes the architecture of America's early railroad days and is decorated with elaborate ceilings and stained glass accents. Hospitality rooms include large conference tables and wet bars. Two outdoor pools and a limited hour, complimentary fitness room provide recreation. Restaurants include the Pasta Palace, The Broiler and the Oyster Bar. Jack's Irish Pub is known for serving Irish classics such as Guinness stew and corned beef with cabbage. Select booths feature personal televisions, and live entertainment is offered Fridays and Saturdays.

The Palace Station Hotel and Casino offers 1,011 guestrooms in a 21 story tower. Two story wings border an interior courtyard. Standard rooms feature views of The Strip or downtown. Tower Rooms feature beds with pillowtop mattresses and 42 inch flat screen televisions. All bathrooms feature rainfall showerheads, and Tower Room bathrooms include granite vanities. High speed Internet access is offered for a fee.

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