Holden House - 1902 Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... only going to 12,000’ , not to the summit of 14,000’, because the snow wasn’t cleared from the tracks. We looked around and didn’t see any snow, but as we went higher, there it was. Carol was looking at the rails and cogs and snow was embedded in them, so Carol was happy when the engineer said we had to start back down. As a matter of fact, just as we had stopped, the snow removing engine was ...
... stop, besides gas, was Lawrence, Kansas. Lawrence has a delightful main street in their town, so we decided to park and find a spot for lunch. Mark saw a woman walking out of a restaurant with two small children and asked her if they had a kid’s menu. She said she didn’t know! He just figured with two children she would have known if they had a kid’s menu, but she said her kids always ate the Chicken Satay. Lucky her. If ...
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... this beautiful day. After lunch we found 2 loungers and enjoyed an afternoon by the pool complete with a swim in the pool and hot tub plus a Bloody Mary. Our room, as all the rooms at the Boradmoor, are exquisitely decorated with floral fabrics, large pillows and ornate belongings. I felt like a princess! Because we didn'thave proper attire for dinner, we ate at the family restaurant called Play. It was perfect because we were able ...
... carnival and won lots of little treats. Tymber and Canyon both climbed to the top of the climbing wall--a first! We went by the Hawkquest display and the kids were mesmerized by the bald eagle. We learned a lot about birds of prey from the excellent volunteers. Most spectacular was our national symbol, the bald eagle and how appropriate that it being Independence Day to learn more about this incredible animal.
The Hawkquest team was so good that the ...