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What is Lake Geneva Missing

December 16, 2013 | 08:54 AM

A nice family restaurant that will not charge you thru the roof. A good chain restaurant like an Olive Garden. A Buffalo Wild Wings would be nice to go have a beer and watch a game rather than all the dive bars downtown. A bookstore like a Barnes & Noble would be very good to.

~Sheldon


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