We had our choice of casinos, so we opted for the Beau Rivage.
We told the front desk we just got married, and bam, we got the honeymoon suite. Already I started formulating a positive review for the Beau Rivage in my head. But then I saw something that totally took it over the edge.
|Two toilets within a stone's throw of each other! Certainly this |
is the fanciest hotel ever!
If you’ve met Frank and I, this is absolutely necessary. Inside one bathroom was a Jacuzzi, inside the other, this spacious shower.
|And if you've met me, you know I spent |
approximately two hours takin a shower.
|Frank is scoping out the closest bars.|
Downstairs, it was like being in a small town.
We even watched as they planted fresh flowers… indoors.
Outside, the scene was lovely, although, this is the Gulf of Mexico, and it’s a far, far cry from where we live on the Atlantic Ocean.
|The water is a murky brown... made me miss the crystal blue|
waters of South Florida.
We took a nap on the deck…
|A small complaint about the Beau Rivage: the lighting in the|
hallway is not very good for pictures.
|A fruit tart - it's dessert for breakfast!|
While the food at the Beau Rivage isn’t necessarily something to write home about, we did have an out of this world lunch just down the street from the casino at The Fillin’ Station. And yes, as you can imagine, this eatery used to be an old gas station, but now, has some of the tastiest food around.