Allison Inn & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a small path for kids to wander through. Belinda says it’s normally much better than this. Maybe we’re just here at the wrong time of the year? The hay bale pyramid is much more popular with the kids, so I let George go for a walk around that. The other kids join in as well when they get back from their tractor train ride.
We are getting tired, but there is a free tractor ride around to pick pumpkins up. You actually ...
We awoke a little earlier than usual as I wanted to utilize our deck as much as possible. The weather forecast for today said that the oceanfront was to clear up and the wind to die down. Well, the wind did indeed quiet but the clouds remained obscuring a clear oceanview. But sitting outside, coffee in hand, bundled in blankets, listening to the waves, to blog this morning sure felt great. We checked out of the hotel at noon and ...
... to promote Wagyu beef there including dining on some with the Americas Cup Team. Then Dan and I went to the airport to return the rental car, but with super long lines, we decided to flag and mish it further down, however at our next stop in Salem they couldn't access out car file, so we've continued on with the car to the Pacific ...
... interactive Questacon-esque place. They gave us bonus tickets to their IMAX show which tied in with their King Tut exhibition - 'The Secrets of the Pharaohs'. It was all about the mummification process, totally fascinating! Next stop - the Space Needle. There was a glass-walled elevator taking people up the centre column to the observation deck. Needless to say I stood in the middle of the elevator and shut my eyes tight, quite happy to give up that view, thanks very much. The view ...