In this world of online projects and juggling a million things at once (let alone my full time job, two rambunctious big dogs, plus three to four fancy fashion soirees, magazine parties, and premieres a week — and I try to save some time for friends), I think it’s become extra-important to take a pause every once in awhile. Stop time, turn everything off (most importantly my brain!) and just … pause. Recently I was lucky enough to land in gorgeous Sedona, Arizona, at the decadently peaceful L’Abuerge de Sedona.
When you live in the desert like I do, waking up to this lush view is a dream come true! Even though it had snowed (!) the day prior to our arrival, it was warm and sunny by the time we got there. Sitting on my private balcony or on the main deck eating lunch was both peaceful and reenergizing — it’s amazing what one rushing creek and loads of green foliage can do.
The grounds of L’Auberge had many more colors that we see in other parts of the Southwest.
The infamously strong southwestern sun beats down on the classic decor of an L’Auberge room.
And how does one sleep in these idyllic surroundings? In the fluffiest bed, of course!
A few days in my private cottage in beautiful Sedona, the sound of the rushing creek lulling me to sleep at night, was just the pause I needed from my busy life in Las Vegas. Where do you go when you need a little break?
On this trip, I was a guest of L’Auberge, but all opinions are my own.
If you’re like me (on a budget), you’re looking for the best deals the web has to offer for booking a fabulous vacation for you and your family. My Sedona trip was a stunning southwest getaway with a rushing creek and amazing views that reminded me why nothing rejuvenates me like taking mountain holidays.
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