Travel Blogs from Emporia
... trees, and an open bathroom behind the bed with Jacuzzi and triple head monsoon shower!
Our hosts, Tom and Pat, are amazing folk and hosts. They like to sleep outside, and the climate is perfect for it, so their bed is outside on a deck overlooking the lake. Best of all Tom and Pat had their grandkids over to stay so all the kids were happy as, playing and swimming off the dock. Their dock was the centre of our lives ...
... seeing the faces of the children light up when they see a character or Princess or catch a glimpse of Cinderella Castle for the first time. However, that magic quickly fades when those same children have to spend hrs upon hours waiting for a ride which is often less than a few minutes long. Case in point; waiting for Dumbo or Peter Pan. Sometimes newer isn't always better. There has to be a way to incorporate the legacy FP system with the new Magic ...
... Just before 2:00 we stopped in Savannah, Georgia for lunch at Cracker Barrel. I was disappointed that Miss Paula Deen wasn't there to greet me, as I have always been one of her biggest fans. Nevertheless, lunch was delicious as always. Courtney ordered a small serving of hash brown casserole with a side of fried apples. Nancy ordered the turkey soup with homemade noodles and a side of biscuits. I stuck to my standard choice at Cracker ...
... and it will beep enabling you to locate it. It is just past 9:30, but will be turning in early tonight. We didn't sleep at all last night....hey, that reminds me of a song...but I digress...morning will be here before we know it. Our 5:00 a.m. Wake up call comes early! Good night y'all! Thank you for travelling along with us virtually. Wish you could all be here with us as we head for our 'home away from ...
I figured I would start off with a an excerpt from a book I just finished and recommend from Paulo Coelho...the title is "Warrior of the Light."
"When the order to move on comes, the Warrior looks at all the friends he has made during the time that he followed the path. He taught some to hear the bells of a drowned temple, he told others stories around the fire. His heart is sad, but he knows that his sword ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking