Quality Inn Airport West
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Now back to the casino. The boys (Alex, Jahjah and Ben – all roommates) and myself have been slowly taught how to play a good game of poker by shay, so we thought we might give the small table a crack when ...
... was cold, the oysters fresh, the service was very good and as I was about to find out reasonably priced for this hotel. After an light snack and a bottle of wine we headed over to the now open bar to wait for our room. Over the next two hours we have two cosmos each and a single glass of house white wine. When the $110 bill for five drinks arrived we are a bit shocked. Upon mentioning to the bartender that drinks were a bit steeped he replied "Well you know we are a ...
... while I have a salmon salad sandwich and a small bowl of soup. With desserts and beverages our bill comes to $36! Big ouch there but considering that we saved more than $30 to get into the place, we are ok with it. Besides, the food is fresh and well prepared, not a typical fast food experience.
The second floor is what I think of when I think of a museum. We are greeted with dinosaur bones – actual fossils or in some ...
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