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I just got my Google+ App installed on my iPhone. I did not see an option for starting a "hangout".
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The Filet was surprisingly well cooked. The steaks were cooked perfectly inside with the right amount searing on the outside. Very excellent. Since the place is small there are absurd wait times and the service has a slight snobby feel. However none of these things should stop your visit. Make a reservation and arrive 5 minutes early. The bar staff was very friendly and the management seems attentive. Since it is expensive most of the crowd is older with a smattering of businessmen.
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We call this IMAX, in the geek community, a LIEMAX. Yes it has the IMAX badge but it is far from the true IMAX experience. This is a normal 35mm theater where true IMAX is 70mm. I would guess the sound is around 10,000 watts. True IMAX is closer to 40,000 watts. I saw Intersteller twice here. 1 normal release and 1 extended version. Both times the audience did not take the movie experience seriously. People are noisy and late. Secondly there must be a loose bracket on the back left speaker enclosure. Whenever the sound crescendos the speaker enclosure or brackets squeaks like a loud squeaky bed. It was very annoying and distracting. I even noticed the people around me wondering about that noise instead of the movie. If it's impossible to travel to Mall of Georgia for a real IMAX experience then I guess settle for this place.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
What a wonderful gem in Dinklesbühl. It was cold and snowing when we are here just before the dinner crown around 5pm. Everything we had was fantastic. Beer crafted onsite, local organic ingredients, high quality meats, savory sauces...every bite we had was above our expectations. To Make things better the prices were excellent (compared to Münich). I'm not sure what the other reviewer is saying about his check being messed up. Ours was fine. In the United States my check is frequently wrong so I doubt this place did it to scam a tourist. Seems like a problem everywhere. You should come here if you can.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Very good lunch pricing. There was nothing remarkable or bad of note. Just a good place for sushi.
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Great trail for adults and older children. My son, who is 2 years old, had several near death experiences. I know most 2 year old boys try to kill themselves daily but this park makes it easy. Along the trail is an abandoned factory that have high drop offs and random pits in the ground. My older kids and myself loved it. We will go back and explore later. However the place is seriously crowded. We went there on a Sunday and it was almost impossible to even park. Maybe take the family after school for a less hectic experience. Bikers beware. Many rocks obstruct the path leaving a sliver of trail surrounded by death rocks or drop offs into the water. Of course with lots and lots of people just be careful. Many bikers are here and the trail looks great...just keep your expectations lower when it is crowded.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
I'm glad we have a legoland in Atlanta Just don't expect much. It is very small...you can see and do everything in like an hour. The kids will still be happy but it's hard to justify the expense. The legolands in California and Münich are much better and worth the money.
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reviewed 2 months ago
What a pleasant surprise. Most hotels by the airports that I have visited in the US are scary and unpleasant. The concierge and service were top notch going beyond my expectations. The room had typical German windows with electronic blinds. No light and no sound was what I needed after weeks of adventure. There are a couple of surprises. The shuttle to the airport costs 5 euros per person. Parking costs 16 euros a day. Wifi is not free in your rooms only the lobby. Breakfast is not included. If you are nice to the people you may get some of these items for free. I did.
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