My wife and I thought it might be fun to check out this casino as we've never been there before. It's in down town Duluth and there is a "pay" parking ramp that we had to use right next door to the casino. Of course, we ended up on the top floor and used the elevator to get down to ground level. While riding the cruddy looking elevator I saw signs saying: "No loitering or sleeping in stair wells" This should have been our first clue to turn and run. Well, we forged ahead and went to the main entrance of the casino. We opened the door and there sits a security guy talking with some one and were looking at where to go and all we see is "Use Other Door" What other door! Where do we go? We couldn't tell at all where to go and then he piped up and said "Right here" He pushed a button, I guess, and like Star Trek, the masked doors quickly slid open and we now could see the inside of the casino. We enter hoping to find a sit down restaurant inside. We saw nothing for eating but there is a second floor so lets go look upstairs and check it out. We walked our way through the stuffy and smoky air and rode the escalator upstairs but food wasn't going to happen. Hmmmm, as I look around I notice the casino cashier area and the walls behind are plastered with signs. "CHECK CASHING" "Cash Your Checks Here" and things like that. It reminded me of a pawn shop or Pay Day cash checking service for the less fortunate people. The way this place looked is not what we expected. This place didn't look very classy at all. It's not what one might expect when going to a casino. It seemed unclean or maybe run down? The atmosphere there didn't look fun. I'm not sure, all I know is that I didn't care for it. The other area casino's are way better looking and feel much more comfortable and classy than this one. We looked at each other and said "we're out of here" and we left. We didn't spend a dime there. We went outside to the parking ramp and got back into the cruddy elevator and don't worry, we didn't loiter, got to our car, drove down the ramp, paid our buck to the ramp attendant, and see Ya! Yes, it cost us a dollar to learn that this attraction is was a dud. We just didn't feel comfortable. They won't see us again!
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