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Amelia Bourke
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  • University of Arizona
    Pre-Nursing, 2011
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So delicious and great service!
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The Arizona State Fair is held in Phoenix and reflects the city around it. The fair is bustling with people and noise, the smell of fried food follows you everywhere. Go at night, as I did, and the lights are spectacular. The Ferris Wheel is the main attraction, the other rides merely accenting it. When I first saw the Ferris Wheel, thrusting into the sky at fifteen stories tall, I was sure I wouldn't be riding it that night. In fact, I wasn't even sure if oxygen existed up that high. The other rides seemed much more safe and reasonable. They were calmly sitting on the ground, their lights flashing and music blasting. The first ride my date and I chose was the basic log ride, mainly because the line was so short. The ride was quick, had plenty of speed, and as guaranteed, got you soaked. The next ride I wanted to go on was something usually called “The Scrambler” but we couldn't find it anywhere, among a few other rides we expected to find. Nonetheless, we rode many of the other rides. I noticed there didn't seem to be anything new, it was all rides I had seen time and time again. Eventually, I worked up the courage to ride the Ferris Wheel. We got in line and fortunately the line was shorter than usual. Even though the line was short, the wait was long. The Ferris Wheel did about six revolutions for each new group of people, meaning we had to stand in line for about twenty minutes. After finally taking our place in a gondola, we slowly made our way up. You could see every ride in the fair, and eventually, every light in Phoenix. The height of the ride was no longer a problem anymore, the view captured all my attention. The ride was great and I'm glad I decided to experience it. Overall, the fair was alright. It was disappointing to not find some of my favorite rides there and not see anything new. The fair seemed somewhat outdated, especially for a state fair. It was a little expensive but that was understandable. The fair fell short of a few of my expectations but the night was fun regardless.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Writing this review as I am waiting to be checked out. When I walked in there were three employees at the counter. When I went to check out there was no one there for 10+ min. Once an employee finally showed up, it took another ten minutes to check out because he needed the manager to put in a password. The manager was on the phone the entire time. What should have been a 10 min stop ended up being 40. Awful service, not returning.
Quality: GoodAppeal: GoodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago