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Friday, January 9, 2009

Hotel Casino in Mississippi

These are some of the casino hotels in Mississippi. The Beau Rivage is my favorite so far because of the food they serve. When I go there next time, I will make it sure to take pictures of the food and for $12/person, not bad right? So much to choose from the main course , dessert, drinks and fruits....all you can eat for that amount is really good. Did I capture the building good? Considering that I am inside the car and on mobile.We are on the long bridge now. A newly constructed one since the old bridge was badly damage by Katrina. This building is the first one you see at the left side.

Then, Hard Rock Hotel ... so, during Katrina, this guitar was blown to the street. The damage of the place is still visible in some area. But, that did not stop the business to sway up. Infact, come 2010 a new hotel will open soon in this area.
When I went in the hotel, just taking a tour though and eat lunch, guess who I found? Everywhere we go, Filipinos are there. One of the employees greeted me and she said she came from Bicol region. What a pleasant surprise!

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