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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids pool
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... we stopped at a ranger station to ask them where the canyon was. Here it was revealed that a trip on a zip line was possible, I did not like that idea. When we reached the spot Rob decided on a point to cross the river. We got ready and scrambled down the wall. Rob used some rope to create a hand hold. The river was deeper than we thought and a little more violent. Chris had changed into sandals because he didn't want ...
... miniature version of the Grand Canyon. Water from the river first falls 20 feet onto a basin and then about 180 feet which is the main part of the falls. After a short hike to the top of the falls, we had enough photographs to carry on down highway 26.
Driving into the region, the visitor is greeted with a land that is dotted with farming communities and small towns that harken back to simpler times. Using water diverted from the rivers ...
... lost signals, a gps that lost navigation, and maps that didn't have the roads we travelled. We stopped at a gas station convenience store in Endicott 3 times. The hot dog vendor got to know us by name. The people are so friendly and helpful. We stopped in a park for a picnic lunch. We wound up at the Green Frog Cafe for alight dinner. It was open mike night and the place was jam paced. Just a great day! We laughed laughed and laughed!!! Off to ...
... and went to the lodge's "hot springs" -- these were two large custom "hot tubs" in two separate rooms behind the lodge's spacious lobby (nice "log cabin" architecture with very high ceilings). The two tubs were fed directly from the natural hot springs with no adulteration (e.g., cooling or additional heating). The water temperature for both tubs was a little over 100 degrees fahrenheit (102 to 104, I believe; I'd guess that sometimes the two tubs are ...
... mostly okay. They were standing outside the car, huddled against each other in the cold, drizzling rain. The apparent other vehicle, a semi, was parked on the side of the road. Now, anyone who has been in a wreck, and especially one with a flippin 18-wheeler on the Interstate, knows how scary the experience can be. The things I noticed were the fact that there was already an emergency vehicle on site with flares laid in the road ...