Best Western Johnson City Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... s but this puts her on a chase. We found a castle close by that my daughter loved. We also went to a strawberry patch and picked some fresh, huge, out of this world strawberries at Sweet Berry Farms! We thoroughly enjoy ourself at the farm and treated ourself to some amazing strawberry jam that they have for sale there. It was a beautiful ...
... Pizza Hut in Fredericksburg. Once again, Bob has sworn off taking kids to a restaurant since it takes a while to get the food. Besides pizza, they all decided to have salad. I've never seen kids those ages eat salad the way our kids do.
After dinner we headed back to the park and started packing things up. It had started to rain and we did not want to put things away wet, also. After they got ready for bed, they all sat quietly and played their video games.
... jump pillow and a few other games, we trudged back to the MH and had lunch.
After lunch, we piled into the car and drove over to Johnson City to the exotic zoo. Brandon and Aaron had been there before so it was only new to grandma, grandpa, Dylan & Drew. The zoo is located on 137 acres and has bout 50 different species of exotic animals. In all there are about 500 animals there. First you go into the petting zoo part where you can feed some of the smaller ...
... and I suppose when it rained there would be water, but nothing now! It was wide open, two small trees flanking the gravel drive. (For this we paid extra and almost as much as staying in a Holiday Inn Express & Suites.) We did have a picnic table and fire ring at the site, but since it was hot did not think we would be using the fire ring.
Robin, Rodney, Julian & Tyler soon arrived ...
... all had flood gauges that went up to 5 feet, so I suspect all of the roads had gates that could be used to close the roads to through traffic during flash floods. Of course, this is all speculation at this point.
Someone gave us directions to a picnic site which turned out to be a wonderful spot at a Lookoff point on the top of a hill near Ink ...