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Fish on Good Friday

I was determined to eat no meat on Good Friday, so we had a nice lunch at our hotel: a crab cake for Brad and a shrimp & crab salad sandwich for me.

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That evening, we had dinner at THE HOTEL at Mandalay Bay, at RM Seafood. Upon entering, we saw some gorgeous and simple flower arrangements, all in white:

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Two years ago, we watched chef Rick Moonen in an Iron Chef type competition against chefs from Caesar's Palace. He was amazing with seafood, so we decided to give it a try. He wasn't in town, but I am standing with the cardboard figure in front of the restaurant.

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We began by sharing a good Caesar salad. Then I tried the lobster bucatini (which tasted just like my mom's) and Brad enjoyed the branzino. We also had some delicious sauteed zucchini.

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Then it was time to get back to the Paris to earn some more points gambling!

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No meat on Friday - I remember those days! Goes back to our Catholic upbringing, doesn't it?

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