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Chris Nenzel
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BlueMoon from Reno Nevada.  Best I can do with my Nikon D60.  #WinkAtTheMoon  Godspeed Neil Armstrong.
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At one time or another we've all pulled a reusable plastic container out of the sink or dishwasher and found that last week's tomato sauce or soup has stained the plastic an odd shade of red.
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It's always McD's o'clock somewhere...
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Drinking Beer from a Stein is, apparently, HAWT!
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Ziggy Zoggy, Ziggy Zoggy Oi Oi Oi!!!!!!!!!
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I approve of this picture.... proof that nerds can be hawt!
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Indeed.  Well done sir!
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Columbia is announcing the Omni-Freeze ZERO, a range of sports gear that cools you the more you sweat. Blue rings of cooling polymer
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2 year anniversary, they are giving it away! Look for the click to redeem in the top right corner. Link
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Any other day, that'd be a tumor...
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St. Louis
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Reno, NV - A little of everywhere
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Room was decent, not great. Breakfast was pretty sad. Noise from street/ highway might bother some. Overall it's not bad if you can live with Spartan accommodations
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Room is spacious. Bed sucks. Lots of pet dander. Need a cheap big room, rent here. Otherwise you can do better.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Nice hotel. Good sized rooms, friendly staff, decent breakfast
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Did not honor a request for a first floor room. Breakfast offerings and quality of food poor. Televisions are 4:3 aspect ratio CRT's. Otherwise a decent room but overpriced for what you get.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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We attended a show at the GSR theater on a Sunday evening. Went an hour and a half early hoping to eat dinner before the show started. The waiting times were long at all of the restaurants but I put our name on the list at the cafe which seemed to have a good variety of food and had the shortest waiting time. I ordered two beers for us at the bar while we waited. Each Stella was $8.00. Pretty pricey for a casino. The seating area around the bar was close to the restaurant and offered comfortable seating so we choose to wait there until our name was called. The hostess called our name with about 40 minutes to go before the show started. The cafe menu ended up being fairly basic but we decided on a club sandwich and fish and chips. The waiter took our order promptly and brought the check with the food when it came out about 10 minutes after we put in the order. There was a mistake on the club sandwich order - we'd asked for potato salad instead of fries. He fixed the problem without complaint. We finished eating with about 15 minutes to spare. Got through the line and got to our seats with plenty of time before the opening of the show. I did purchase two more beers inside the theater at a cost of $9 and $14 dollars. Very very spendy for casino fare. All in all we enjoyed the show but took away two lessons learned: 1. Go earlier if we want to eat at a leisurely pace or choose a restaurant based on our appetites not our schedule. 2. Drink water.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Lunch buffet had a variety of items, was good quality and economical. I'll be back!
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Our dining experience at the Peppermill buffet was great. The variety and quality of the food available was excellent! The staff was even nice enough to provide a candle and help us sing happy birthday to our guest of honor who'd just turned 18. Very satisfied overall and will return!
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago