The second was a local country club. Nice, clean, efficient. Nice plantation style club house with large balconies and lots of room for guests/dancing.
The third was a specialty place that was built for one reason - weddings. It is a huge enclosed building with three distinct areas for weddings/receptions of varying sizes. Based upon a Mexican villa architectural style, each area can hold a different number of people. Theoretically, they could stage 3 receptions at the same time, but that would be a massive undertaking. The smallest venue is a wine cellar vault room, with a more cozy atmosphere. The larger rooms can hold up to 250 people with a dance floor and tiered seating.
All of these places made us realize the kind of business opportunities available for prospective newlyweds. Of course, none are cheap to stage and that is before you factor in the bar bill.
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