Anyone ever been to this Palace Station? We were in Vegas for 5 days last week and going there was the ONLY black eye on the trip. We went to the Grand Cafe where we were told we'd have to wait 15 minutes to be seated, even though the place was dead. Right after the hostess told us that another waitress said "oh no, she's back you can seat them" Which I can only assume meant that our waitress was on a break and we were supposed to wait to be seated until she came back. Again, that's what I'm assuming happened, I could be wrong. But then the waitress did come around and while taking our order hassled my wife for being a vegetarian. Then it took forever for our food to come. I've worked in kitchens before and I know things can come up, so I'm not really complaining about that, but just saying it added to the experience. My Mom asked about a nearby restroom and was told that there was one just outside of the cafe but "usually it's out of order, so go down pass the table games to the left" Then we went to play some Blackjack. We sat down at the first table that was open, there was a dealer and one player. The dealer did not acknowledge us once. We all sat there with our money out and the guy did not say one single word to us. We were there for about 3-4 minutes and after we were tired of being ignored we all got up. He looked at us and started to say something but we left. We found another BJ table and had a dealer who was very kind in the way she barked out orders to us, but she was replaced after a few minutes by a guy who I came very close to knocking out cold. Apparently, as opposed to other BJ tables I've played at where tapping the table means "hit me" they only accept scratching the card on the table. Also, the tables I'm used to if you want to stand you simply wave off the dealer when they come to you, here you are to slide your card under the chips. Look, I understand security and I understand needing to stick to the rules so I have no problem with things being different. But when my Dad was having problems sliding the card under the chips, so he touched his chip to help him get the card under and the dealer slapped his hand on the table and screamed "DON'T TOUCH THE MONEY" then when my Mom dared to tap the table and the man reached across the table and took her cards and scratched at the felt the way you would show a dog to scratch at the door, I almost lost it. We got up and left. Did we just happen to meet with 4 anomalies? Or is everyone at the PS forced to work there at gun point?