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Airport8500 Peña Blvd, Denver, CO(303) 342-2000
Robert Viands reviewed 3 months ago
- This airport needs another terminal. All incoming flights enter a holding area, where the planes are stopped, engines shut down, and they wait. Why? Because the gates are full. Happened to me on my last flight on Southwest, but I also saw a Delta jet being held as well. We landed early, taxied towards the gate, stopped, pilot shut down the engines, and said we had to wait for our gate. Denver, you need another terminal. I won't be flying through this airport any more if every plane landing has a gate hold. That could make me miss my next flight or get a late boarding on Southwest.
Beach Resort400 S Collier Blvd, Marco Island, FL(239) 394-2511
Robert Viands reviewed 9 months ago
- Went here for the Calvary Chapel wedding retreat 2013. Nice clean rooms, everyone one has a view of the ocean. Friendly staff, big work out room, fancy pool, huge beach, self parking is $10 per day. We ate off property at Summer Day Market, only a few miles up the road, very good healthy food here if you want to save some money and eat vegetarian, along with smoothies. The Calvary meeting included breakfast and dinner buffets from the hotel which were great, along with a pick up lunch. The staff was friendly, and I'm sure Calvary will be back here because the place was packed, yet the hotel handled the large crowds flawlessly. We also went for a bike ride, rented a tandem from Island Bike Shop and rode around the island. There is more than enough to keep you busy, and this hotel is top notch.
Elementary School375 Fan Hill Rd, Monroe, CT(203) 426-7657
Robert Viands reviewed a year ago
Quality Excellent - Not gun control, but proper education at a young age. Elementary school is where children need to be taught that killing is wrong, even if they're mad at the system. People do not come back like they do on TV.
Robert Viands reviewed a year ago
Quality Very good Facilities Good Service Excellent - Hotel needs a refurb, but it's the best value in the Beaver Creek / Vail area when it comes to skiing. The breakfast area is nice, the staff is friendly and will help you with the bus system questions. The beds are clean. The problem is the entire hotel is dated, the carpets worn (wear socks in room), wall paper from 10 years ago, elevators are dirty. The place needs an overhaul, and I hope the managers send this up to corporate for consideration. I'll come back in the future, but they really need to gut entire floors during the off season.
Bicycle Rental Service1095 Bald Eagle Dr, Marco Island, FL(239) 394-8400
Robert Viands reviewed 9 months ago
- Rented a tandem bike. Not much too it, but everything worked. Filled out the paper work, paid with my credit card, and off we went. Had a good tour of the island, the wife liked it. Returned the bike and went on our way.
Health Food Store1069 N Collier Blvd, Marco Island, FL(239) 394-8361
Robert Viands reviewed 9 months ago
- If you're a vegetarian or nutritarian, this is the place to go. Healthy pita sandwiches and smoothies at reasonable prices. They have a complete store with healthy products to buy (snacks). This is about as close to Whole Foods as you can get while on vacation. The wife and I stopped in, I had the Falafel wrap, she had the veggie wrap with a smoothie. We came back the next day and had more smoothies. The store is located in the back of the plaza next to Publix. Definitely come here if you want to save money instead of eating at the expensive hotel restaurants.
Recreation517 S 200 W, Salt Lake City, UT(801) 322-4220
Robert Viands reviewed 3 months ago
- I've rented from here a couple times with no problems, then saw all the bad reviews on Yelp. When I showed up at the ski shop on March 26th 2014, I expressed my concerns. The workers acknowledged the bad reviews, they remembered those people. I asked them to double check my bindings, they did. I rented the sport package skis, ended up with standard Rossignol (blue and white). These skis worked ok, but I was at Snowbird and they got dumped on. The next day I went back and expressed my concerns and wanted to try something else, a wider ski that could handle the powder better. They put me in Rossignol Phantom 80s, and these skis were much better. It seems to me the trend is a wider ski. The old style Rossignols (blue and white) will work on the groomed runs, but it just seems everyone has wider skis that can handle the powder and crud better. Heck, there were people with Atomic skis that were even wider than my Phantom 80s, and they were rentals too. If someone comes in and it's a sunny day and the runs are groomed, then the old style Rossignols will be fine. But if the area is getting dumped on, the Phantom 80s or similar are better. So for my visit, everything worked out, the ski shop heard my concerns, swapped out the skis after the 1st day, and I had no problems with the return. I hope the trend continues because this shop has a good location downtown. The coupon I printed from the web site worked, and the discounted lift tickets saved me some money. When you go, ask them to check the weather, tell them which resort you plan on visiting, and then decide which ski will work the best depending on which trails you will be skiing.
Restaurant2901 N Federal Hwy, Pompano Beach, FL(954) 943-8390$
Robert Viands reviewed a year ago
Food Excellent Decor Excellent Service Excellent - The location has the best prices around. Quick service because they have 2 windows plus the drive through.
Laundromat10004 Griffin Rd, Cooper City, FL(954) 680-4893
Robert Viands reviewed a year ago
Quality Good - Not many machines available for customers. They're either broken or say Employee Use only. The dryers state it will take 1 hour. We did 1 load of laundry, and left to go to Versalies in Plantation.
Laundromat205 SW 125th Ave, Plantation, FL(954) 472-8530
Robert Viands reviewed a year ago
Quality Excellent - We came here after reading the reviews and visiting Pine Lake in Cooper City. This is a much better laundromat with a change machine that accepts $20, and many machines available that work. I have noticed, that most people like to use the big front loaders, so my advice to all laundromats would be to get more big machines (the ones that cost $4 or $5 a load). We did 2 loads in the big front loaders, and 2 loads in the top loader. Everything came out clean and the dryers worked great.
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