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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... post cards!! We also got some birch beer, cream soda and root beer that was pretty good!! The museum had old antique tractors, cars and trucks which were in great condition!! Also there were old fashion wagons and a cool panoramic view of what Burlington looked like in 1905. This was a pretty cool historical site. See the pictures below!! ...
... raining. We went to the car when it stopped, but as we started driving through the park it started raining again. We drove around for a bit, but decided to go get some lunch and come back later. I located a Culver's not too far away, the kids were excited to get some Culver's. After lunch we went back to the Garden of the Gods, the main entrance was closed because the road had been damaged from flooding. We had just driven past there a ...
... family. Amaya, an absolute doll, was so polite, so creative and imaginative and a perfect playmate for Phoebe who enjoyed every moment they had together. Their moms, Shaw and Kit, not only opened their home to us, fed us, and shared their kids with us, they loved our kids like their own as well. From popcorn snacks while watching movies to water balloons in the backyard, they both knew exactly what our kids needed, what we all needed. Their friendship through ...
... Our room was in the back, so it was convenient for the dog and very quiet. The town is tiny (fewer than 800 residents) but has a large park which features the largest peach tree in Kansas in 2007, a supermarket, and at least one other restaurant. A beautiful sunset tonight! We had dinner at Penny's, the on-site diner. Both our meals were very good (Charlie had meatballs and I had ...
... front brake all the way down (a descent of about 7000 ft. over 11 miles. It was rather scary! We stopped at a cafe at the entrance, borrowed an out-dated phone book, and searched for motorcycle service shops. The numbers were all wrong. Debbie called information and found a HD dealership who referred us to a motor-sports shop (even including the cell number for one of the mechanics). After a light lunch, which was also breakfast ...