Westgate Emerald Pointe
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- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... and had an early dinner of leftovers.
We then went to the Clay Cooper show. This was a really neat variety show featuring Clay, his wife and two sons as well as a raft of other performers. One of the performers was a guy twirling two six guns; he also did a series of rope tricks – he was from Long Island. They did a very moving tribute to the military and first responders as their closing. Clay and his warmup act did a lot with the audience, talking with ...
10/6 Day 107 Today we continued in Branson. We started out with another treatment from the mini massage salesperson, it seemed to help a little for me and makes Peg's feet and legs feel better. We will probably go back and get it to see long term what it can do. From there we took off on a route out in the country. There is a loop that takes you out of town at one end and brings you back at the other end. Branson has their primary roads marked as yellow, red, green, or blue as well as ...
... out a different tens unit, me for my back, her for her leg cramps. All of these places were in the lobby of the restaurant and the Imax Theater.
After cruising the streets we went to the Dixie Stampede theater. Peg started out by touring the outside stalls for the various horses used in the show. We then went in early for the pre-show which was a juggling act. He was very good and we enjoyed the show. One part of his acts was spinning plates on the top ...
... valley. Blue Spring was considered a holy place by Native Americans through the generations and it was a stopping place for the Cherokee passing through on the Trail of Tears. During the 1800's it was the site of mills. The spring is a mystery. For as long as anyone can track, it bubbles up 38 million gallons of water per day and is considered the source of the ...
... historical buildings, out-of-the-way paths and hidden walkways. I followed advice given Friday by the tram tour guide – always look up, down, and behind buildings or you will miss the best scenes. I also met several locals who shared stories of living in the town and gave suggestions for things for me to ...