Goodstone Inn & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... However, it is important to note that Ryan, and occasionally Libby, DID take time during our trip to THANK us for taking them on this adventure. Cool places, animals, cities, the water park and Disneyland, would inspire them sometimes with none but other times with only minimal prodding ("What do you think? Are you glad we came here?") to thank us for taking them. Every thank you was a reward as a parent! The other rewards were reviewing the kids' ...