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Nikolas Armendariz
Attended Metropolitan State University
Lives in Minneapolis, MN
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I am Nick.  Pleased to meet you.
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Graduated from high school and college. Valeted for nearly 8 years. Now I do IT support
  • Metropolitan State University
    Physical Education, 2002 - 2010
  • Metropolitan State University
    Computer Forensics, 206 - 2010
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Working with VPNs, DNS, outlook, virtual machines, and every other IT related thing you can think of.
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Minneapolis, MN
St. Louis Park, MN - Perham, MN
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Great atmosphere. TVs playing vintage wrestling matches and American Gladiator matches. Opening day was crowded but the large open space made it feel big and not claustrophobic. Only played a few games since it was so packed but had fun with friends. The bar staff was quick and friendly even though they were very busy! Outdoor patio area was fun with the giant jenga and connect 4 that was fun to watch. Good mix of people and everyone was respecting each other while having to squeeze past people in packed areas. Smiles and politeness makes pushing through crowds a little more bearable. Excited to make this my go to spot for the weekends! Also didn't have time for food but the 3 beers I tried were great. The thai chili wahoo Spicy beer, the sunken city saison, and the brandy stout. Delicious!
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I took my girlfriend on a little overnight getaway. I chose the Historic Hutchinson House due to good reviews and I knew neither of us had been to Faribault before so it would be fun to explore together. We arrived at 5pm a little earlier than I had said we were coming but it wasn't an issue. We were greeted by warm smiles from Tami and Doug who welcomed us in. We got a tour of the house and were shown up the stairs to our room. The house is furnished beautifully with decor that is classic and elegant while also not feeling old or stuffy. The house air is warm and comfortable while having a little scent of old vintage Victorian. It's hard to explain but when walking up the stairs it smelled a hint like my grandma's house(in a good way) warm and comforting. Our room was up the back staircase where the maid's quarters would have been. The room was BEAUTIFUL . I chose Dr. Haessly's Suite as it had a lovely screened in porch with a love-seat. The room also had a wonderful jet tub that fits two slim 30 year old kids in it just fine. We were not disappointed one bit with our room. Tami and Doug were very kind and were ready and willing whenever we had questions and also had recommendations for dinner and ideas on what to do. They also had plenty of reading material that we loved; giving the history of the house, the city and places to check out the next afternoon. The morning breakfast was perfect with coffee and orange juice as well as a raspberry topped hearty oatmeal style baked starter(don't remember the fancy name but it was great) followed by a thick sliced english muffin topped with egg, bacon, and vegetables. Breakfast was topped off with a few slices of banana bread it was perfect... Overall we had a lovely experience and we'll be back again for sure.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
4 reviews
It's a room full of stuff to work out on. Pretty simple. More people who can join in a family plan the cheaper per person I pay $29 a month for premium with my dad, sister and niece. There's an area where you can deadlift safely but any cleans or power lifts won't be able to be done. Locker room is crowded at times but to be expected at a large chain gym. If you want to do clean and power moves you'll need Los Campeones or an exclusive trainer. I like that it's just one big open room. I used to go to the YMCA on blaisdell and it felt claustrophobic. Looking forward to getting in shape and lifting all the weights!
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago