Park Town Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... just seems like the right time to make some family memories to last a lifetime. Two years ago, we took a family trip to California for a Disney Cruise and we Fell In Love! We promised ourselves we'd go back to California and so now, just shy of two years later, here we go!
We simply LOVED that trip. Not only because it was our first official family vacation, but because of the fun we ...
... apparent to me that I had been sleepwalking, and the next morning I found that I had also ripped up the curtain in the bathroom in my crazed slumber.
Months later I was sick with the same kind of cold again and went to a chemist to purchase some Buckley’s. The Pharmacist informed me that it hasn’t been available in liquid form for over six years, and it’s now only legal in a tablet form. This told me two things; firstly, that I was ...
We had a great first day! The drive was manageable and the kids were not in front of their screens the whole time. We started and finished the first Harry Potter cd (thanks Brenneis family). Only 7 more cds in the first book! I only got mesmerized by the GPS once, only a small near death experience but ...
... s mom's BIRTHDAY party. It was pretty neat to see an entire different family from the inside. Even Ellie met a new FRIEND in Judy's grandson, Ben. When Judy's mom was asked what she wanted for her birthday, she simply said she wanted "a burnt hotdog and a beer" (more on that later). Dad manned the barbecue again as they hosted about 20 ...
... was speckled with grain elevators. Usually, there would be a cluster of three or four wooden elevators accompanied by a hotel (200 or 250 seat saloon downstairs, 10 or 12 guest rooms upstairs) and a general store. I mentioned this to one of the other passengers in the observation car, he informed me that regional elevators had been constructed and most of these communities have been abandoned. Looking at the horizon, it is a notable ...