Just got back from a four night stay at the Fremont. Here are my perspectives, just in case any of you care!!! - There were a lot of people asking for money. Whether it was war veterans, old people, families, they were all over asking for handouts. Never had a problem with them however. Just walked by and nothing was ever said. I did give a lady a couple of bucks as she reminded me of an old friend. (long story) - Along with the sympathy people, there were people wearing costumes asking for money for pictures. I mean come on. If you are going to ask for money to have a picture taken, please put some effort into it. A scary mask with a t shirt and jeans is no effort. - ABC store next to Golden Gate, 25 oz cans of bud light 2 for 5 bucks!! And you can go into casinos with them. - Coney Island at the D, awesome dogs at 3 am. Oh My they were so freaking awesome. - The D music didn't seem as loud as last time I was in there. I actually had a conversation with a BJ dealer at 1 am. - Played in the Golden Gate High Limit Room and had a great time. Premium alcohol, dealers were great, and a great view of the dealers. - Played green chip BJ at El Cortez. Been back for 3 days and already received a letter inviting me back to stay with them and food credits. -Plaza Sportsbook. Very nice since its remodel. Biggest one in downtown. Not as sparkly as the Golden Nugget, but if you want space, drink tickets for 20 bucks wagered, and great deals at the bar next door, this is your place. Buckets of Miller Lite for 10 bucks!!!! Oh, and Pop Up Pizza is there too.