I'm hearing Sheryl Crow in my head and we aren't yet out of our hotel room, yet I can't help being excited about leaving Las Vegas. I've had my share of slot machines and woozy nights decades ago, and now I am thrilled to be going to Death Valley. More about that tomorrow . . . which involves Blackberry Brandy and Xanax.
We decided on a late dinner at Charlie Palmer's Aureolie at Mandalay Bay last night. Did you know this hotel has 21 restaurants, probably also counting those at Four Seasons. There is also an indoor beach and an aquarium filled with sharks. But we are leaving all of its over-the-topness and driving out into the desert today. Of course, we have housesitters at home. And my fingers are crossed that cellphone coverage stays intact.
You can read more in my personal blog today about Las Vegas is a Gateway to Death Valley from Sacramento.
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