I had breakfast on a Saturday morning. It took ten minutes from the time I was seated until a waiter asked if I wanted something to drink. Another five to get the coffee I asked for. And it wasn't busy! I had to ask for a menu. I passed on the buffet because it looked like pretty standard fare and I didn't find the presentation particularly appealing. Instead, I ordered an omelet, home fries, and toast. The omelet was pretty good, the potatoes okay, and I ended up eating the toast dry as it seemed that by the time a waiter came by so I could ask for butter or jelly, it would be stale. All in all, a very disappointing dining experience... but the view was great!
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