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Entered the 'casino' earlier today. Basically loads of electronic gambling machines. 1 blackjack and 1 roulette table. Asked for ID so I gave me drivers license and was admitted. Decided to go back this evening and was told I needed my passport as ID. Who...More
And we were exhausted after a 10 hour+ plane ride and a 3 hour train ride.
They thought we were line jumping, a misunderstanding, and were quite rude.
It turned out the restaurant was closed that day. We never went back to look
I went there one night and entered with my passport that they scanned onto their system. The following night I tried to return and I was not let in with my driving license as photo ID. I explained that I had come the night before...More
Always pay a visit when in St Malo...good choice of machines, some play for 1c a go...10 euros can sometimes last a little while!! All machines take notes or printed casino tickets; passport identity is required.
Remember to take your passport with you to get in - simple if you have it. There are a lot of games machines, an electronic rather than real roulette and a couple of black jack tables one not particularly good but fine for a night...More
It used to surprise me when I came across gambling places in quite small towns in France. They seem a little archaic when we are bombarded by advertising for all types of gambling everyday. These seem quite quaint by comparison
You need to have your passport or driver license checked at the entrance by a guy on a computer by law to get in, very unusual. Lots of slot, a couple of card tables and some automated roulette fables that were really neat and easy...More