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Davey Jones of the Monkees performed at The Mill Casino in Coos Bay last night.
What a great time. I wasn't all that excited to go, in fact a friend gave me her tickets because she had an emergency. My husband and I decided it would be a nice diversion and there's a Macy's in Coos Bay. I live 2 hours from the nearest Macy's, so any chance I get to visit one, I take it.
We drove up to Coos Bay, 2.5 hours north on Highway 101, last night and got there in time to check in, drink a few glasses of complimentary champagne, watch my husband pay his obligatory dues to the slot machine, then head into the show.
Davey Jones was fabulous. He has aged really well and at 65, still puts on a great show. He has a wonderful sense of humor and delivers jokes with the timing of a seasoned entertainer and comedian. He sang ALL the songs that the women (and a few men, including my husband who said he's in touch with his feminine side) came to hear. Near the end of the show, lot's of 40, 50 and 60-something women started to rush the stage. I thought we were going to need the paramedics with the heart resusitators to keep all us old people from having heart attacks.
The Mill Casino and Hotel was a nice place to visit. We were at Harvey's at South Shore Lake Tahoe a few weeks ago to visit our daughter, a ski instructor, and see Tower of Power at Harrah's. We liked the room at The Mill better. It was cleaner, had a bunch of really nice complimentary stuff including a bottle of champagne, the casino was well kept, every employee was pleasant and professional, the valet made sure we had everything we needed, it was great; the best part was the room was $100 a nite versus $259 at Harvey's, the show was $25 a ticket, versus $60 at Harvey's and the food was affordable, our meal for four in Harvey's was $350!!!!!!!! and was not exceptional!
On the way home, after spending an obscene amount of money at Macy's, remember I hardly every get to one, we stopped in Bandon. If you have never been to the waterfront in Bandon, you need to. The shops are quaint and have affordably priced items and there are plenty of art galleries and restaurants to satisfy everyone. My husband, Garry, and I usually eat at the Wheel House, but today we sat in a crab shack on the watefront and had the best cioppino we've had in many years with a crab cocktail and beer. It was a very relaxing, wonderful time.
Happy Valentine's Day to you and your main squeeze!
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