I'd be curious to find out just how much Turning Stone has changed since our visit last summer, since according to its latest ad campaign it has significantly improved. We spent an afternoon trying to play the slots before seeing a show that night, but we couldn't find two seats together at any slots we recognized, never mind like. The whole casino was dirty, and the games were worn and outdated, too. We were spending the night, so we thought we'd have a couple of drinks before dinner, but we couldn't find a cocktail server anywhere. And I honestly can't even remember if we ate dinner, so if we did, it obviously wasn't anything to write home about. (We loved the show, but even Turning Stone would have a hard time screwing up Harry Connick.) The room was shabby, and we couldn't check out fast enough. We had a much better time on our way home when we stopped at Vernon Downs.
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