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A Day Trip To Red Hawk Placerville

WOKE UP TO A VERY COLD MORNING... There was a very slight drizzle, so fine that I did not really feel it but the weather was really freezing cold.  I think among the three ladies, I am the only one who is scared of the cold, I need warm thick clothing to keep me comfortable.  But despite the cold weather, I love to walk around, at least my fats are burn incredibly faster than normal... LOL....

This morning we went to Red Hawk casino in Placerville to have a nice buffet lunch at the Waterfall restaurant.  It only cost around $13 per person and we can eat all we want, sort of an international buffet.  I love to taste a bit of everything, as much as my tummy can hold up.  LOL...
As we were getting ready to leave... 
I make it a habit to take some pictures before we do.. 
Some of the food on the table...
And part of the desserts I took... 
Very worth taking... only $13 for such a scrumptious buffet...
He sure agrees with me....
I think we spent quite some time enjoying the endless food.... 
And visited some "machines" at the casino....
On the way back, we stopped at a mini waterfall which is situated 
at the foot of the mountain going up to Lake Tahoe... 

Comments

  1. I love the look of those huge platters of wholesome goodness on the table. Yum yum!!!

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  2. Wow, a gorgeous waterfall!! The food looks delicious, especially the chocolate cake. I find as the years pass, I get colder and colder.

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  3. Love all the yummy food. So did you all get any windfall at the casino?

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  4. seems like can find affordable tasty food there but of course need to earn the local currency lah. as before nice sporting poses from you. keep it up!

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  5. If not talking about conversion, imagine earning USD and having buffet for only USD13!

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  6. USD13 for a buffet is very cheap...even after converted to MYR! is there any time limit for customer to finish their food? i think i would sit there for hours and slowly tasting everyting :-)

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  7. I like all the photos, especially the waterfall photos, so is the Casino as big as the one in Genting?

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  8. Your sis n bil really know where all d good food are! 👍🏻👍🏻😊

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