The finest Las Vegas experience is usually a whirlwind. A couple of days of cards, dice, shows, and booze go by so fast that the most vivid memory of the trip may be time spent at Harry Reid International Airport. Vegas at warp speed is the ideal way to go, but this doesn’t work for the Super Bowl because there are more than 48 hours of events. A wet and chilly week in the desert will commence on Monday, with activity picking up in the evening with Super Bowl Opening Night. Radio Row will be crowded on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Nighttime brings the parties, and the weather may be in the mid-30s every night, but the activity will be buzzing on the Vegas strip. The old saying is that 48 hours in Las Vegas should be the limit, but that will not be an option for NFL media, who will be spending close to an entire week in the land of arcades for adults. Las Vegas is best experienced as a 100-meter dash – don’t let up for a second, and be done quickly. Best of luck to the media and other workers out there who have to spend double the recommended amount of time in Sin City.