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    TheCotMan
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    OK. Two reliable sources (OP and VS) write on the value of the Terrble's resteraunt vs. the buffet. I guess I will have to give the resteraunt a try and see.

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  • octalpus
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    Originally posted by TheCotMan
    We went for a "special" sunday Brunch that was something like $12. There was no Steak, but they did have eggs.... eggs that tasted like something other than eggs. The Rio was good for food and had a similar price.
    Yeah, don't do the buffet. The restaurant is awesome though. $1.99 steak and eggs at night.

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  • TheCotMan
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    Originally posted by Voltage Spike
    Hey! You're treading on my personal opinion there! If you can find a better $4 steak-and-eggs at 3:00AM within walking distance, I'm listening.
    We went for a "special" sunday Brunch that was something like $12. There was no Steak, but they did have eggs.... eggs that tasted like something other than eggs. The Rio was good for food and had a similar price.

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  • Voltage Spike
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    Originally posted by TheCotMan
    The food at terribles is also bad; it has no flavor, but on the other hand, it is way over priced.
    Hey! You're treading on my personal opinion there! If you can find a better $4 steak-and-eggs at 3:00AM within walking distance, I'm listening.

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  • TheCotMan
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    Originally posted by erehwon
    Worst case, Terribles is just like it sounds...
    The [buffet] food at terribles is also bad; it has no flavor, but on the other hand, it is way over priced.

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    My opinion was of their buffet. (See below)
    TheCotMan
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    Last edited by TheCotMan; May 6, 2005, 01:54. Reason: Added content in [] so as not to condemn all their food.

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  • erehwon
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    Worst case, Terribles is just like it sounds, and you really get what you pay for.

    You can hump it back and forth to the AP, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone unless they're currently walking about 10,000 paces a day now, with a 100oz hydration backpack, not wearing all black, and in the midday sun.

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  • AlexCV
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    Originally posted by che
    Heh.. the water DID make for a damn cold swim... but at least it is probably less nasty things in it than any of the AP pools..
    At DC11, I dipped in one of the hot tubs with a pair of tan shorts and when I got out of it, they were pink, most of the dye had run off... One more victim for the AP pools.

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  • LosT
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    San Tropez isn't that bad (the walk is short)- and there always seems to be plenty of parking at the San tropez (if you stay somewhere else, you might want to park at the San Tropez if you can't find a parking spot at the AP)

    LosT

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  • bascule
    omgpwnies!

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    We got a room at the San Tropez

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  • Gadsden
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    Originally posted by octalpus
    Yeah... JUST RUB IT IN. :-P
    Heh.. the water DID make for a damn cold swim... but at least it is probably less nasty things in it than any of the AP pools..

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  • octalpus
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    Originally posted by AlexCV
    The only reason the AP is better is DC TV. Oh, and the pool(s) at the st-tropez are not heated as much. Which can be an annoyance if you were to go skinny dipping in it, not that anyone would do that at the st-tropez.
    Yeah... JUST RUB IT IN. :-P

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  • AlexCV
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    Originally posted by L34ndr4
    hey ppl , i was looking at the confort inn its like 65$ a night , something a can afford cause im going alone :( , has someone went there?
    if someone know of a cheaper but closer hotel, or if someone want to bunk in or viceversa.
    Wait a few weeks and find someone to split one of the suites at the St-Tropez. It'll end up close to 65$/night, but it's next door. There's two beds and a couch that can sleep someone else in every suite.

    The only reason the AP is better is DC TV. Oh, and the pool(s) at the st-tropez are not heated as much. Which can be an annoyance if you were to go skinny dipping in it, not that anyone would do that at the st-tropez.

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  • L34ndr4
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    hi ppl

    hey ppl , i was looking at the confort inn its like 65$ a night , something a can afford cause im going alone :( , has someone went there?
    if someone know of a cheaper but closer hotel, or if someone want to bunk in or viceversa.
    thx
    l8t3r..

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  • TheCotMan
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    Originally posted by Xodia
    Great post Cotman (And it keeps with the brevity trend!).[chop]
    Thanks! I'm trying. :-)

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  • Xodia
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  • Xodia
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    Great post Cotman (And it keeps with the brevity trend!).
    The Amerisuites should be a step up from last year for me, I stayed at the Key Largo. Its not so bad, if you sleep in a sleeping bag and don't walk barefoot much.

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