First off, people need to stop complaining about how expensive the food is here. They get limited shipments & it has to be trucked all the way up from the Central Valley probably, which = not cheap. It is less expensive than most other options around here for what you get though. The only thing that may seem like a real rip-off is $3 for one little scoop of probably Dreyer's ice cream.
With that said, the ceiling fans need to be cleaned. BADLY. There was dust flying everywhere off of them.
Seems that everywhere in the park all the employees are college interns who can't speak any English. Except here. Still college age people, but very professional & good wait staff. We were here right as schools were starting so a lot of the staff we had seen was gone by the last night of our stay at the lodge. Yet the quality of the service & food remained the same, something that is hard to keep up.
The food itself I found was actually very good. Nothing amazing but nothing terrible. The only food I had a problem with was breakfast. We quickly learned though to grab the food from the bottom of the buffet trays because it is more cooked (like the French toast, pancakes, & ESPECIALLY the bacon). The only BAD food I had here was the eggs. Completely bland, rubbery & stuck together. A slight negative to my dinner was the ribeye I had was drowned in Worcester sauce.
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