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Ok - They charge you for water. The service in the cafateria was shocking. The girl would not deliver the food 5 feet past the counter where she worked and I was the onlyu customer in the Place. Each time I ordered somthing a beer or something to eat, I had to get up from my seat and walk 5 feet to the counter and collect it.
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