Lookout Inn GuestHouse & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... Ashish loved the roller coasters. He didn't puke on any of them. Kezia loved them too. She could go on all of them except Rock n Roller Coaster at Hollywood Studios.
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... It is built completely from wood and reminds me of a giant barn.
The Auditorium is still used today and a series of lectures, live musical performances and silent films are held throughout the year. The Dining Hall is now a restaurant. The cottages are also available for rental.
We we saw our first squirrel in the gardens. I didn't manage to get a photo but Noel did.
We then visited ...
I'm constantly conscious of the time the blogs are taking up and how little time I have in between having fun, planning the next day/the next week/the next month, speaking to friends and family, sorting through videos and pictures… Anyway seeing as today was a bit of a nothing day I’m going to rattle through it in vague note form.
Walked to Pearl ...
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