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by Linda Kaye
San Antonio, Texas
August 12, 2003
According to their brochures, there are 3,200 slots and video games, 80 Las Vegas style table games, including Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, Mini-baccarat, Caribbean Stud, and Let It Ride. There is an entire room dedicated to Poker games. This Casino is huge (107,600 square feet) and very Las Vegas, from the grand entrance, complete with valet parking, to the lights, glitz, glitter, sounds and fun of the finest places in Vegas. One section of the Casino is called the Grand Circus of Slots. It is filled with slot machines and presents a fun-filled atmosphere with its whimsical characters that pop up out of carrousels and giant elephants sitting atop a circus tent.
Be sure to join the Grand Advantage Players Club. Even it you are just a casual player, the points do add up and could earn you comps such as free stays, meals or cash. Membership is free and only takes a few minutes to get signed up. All you will need is your driver’s license.
Roxy’s is a great place for a drink, great entertainment, and dancing. The night we were there Al "Little Fats" Jackson was performing to the total delight of the guests. In fact, those enjoying the music filled Roxy’s and spilled out into the casino area. Everyone was clapping their hands and tapping their feet. It was fun listening to the 50s-style music and watching the people dance.
Kids Quest, located inside the Casino, is a fully supervised activity center for children, staffed by child-care professionals. They have an indoor playground, filled with colorful slides, tunnels, ball bath, legos and play structures to stretch your child’s imagination. The latest arcade games and Super Nintendo games are available at no additional costs.
Children can become superstars in their own minds as they perform their favorite songs on the Karaoke sound and light stage and teens will appreciate their own arcade with over 50 state-of-the-art video games. A collection of full-run movies are available in the movie area.
Kids Quest is a "shoe-free" environment; make sure your little ones wear socks. Hourly cost for all this fun for your children is $4.00 to $4.50 per hour. Meals are available for an additional $2.00.
For the very little ones, there is a special infant & toddler area for children 6 weeks to 30 months, including separate sleep area.
Sometimes the really small things make the biggest impressions. In the passageway between the main casino and the Circus Big Top is a soda dispenser- just grab a cup, fill it with ice and help yourself to a Coke, Diet Coke, or Sprite. It is free and perfect for those of us who don’t drink the "stronger stuff".
From journal COUSHATTA - Yeah - I Like it Like That !
by Julie Hood
Galveston, Texas, Texas
March 22, 2001
From journal Gambler's Oasis