Great Wolf Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGreat Wolf Lodge Concord
Had a lot of fun at the Great Wolf its kinda pricey for what it includes but if you don't mind dishing out the cash there is enough to keep the kids busy for days. Leave the older kids at home I would guess the cut off age for enjoying the trip is about 12 years old
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Started my first big trip today! Today was DCA to CLT, CLT to Grand Cayman, Grand Cayman back to CLT. We're in Charlotte overnight tonight. Tomorrow is Charlotte to to San Jose, Puerto Rico and back to Charlotte. Monday is Charlotte to Tampa. I can't wait for that leg cause we have a long layover in Tampa and I need some time in the sun. Tuesday is three legs between Tampa and DCA awns then we're ...
... on to visit Black Mountain and go to my favorite kitchen store The Common House Fly. Who knows what's in store after these exciting activities!!
We are expecting some friends from Covington GA on Friday. We plan to go with Ellis and Carol Dunbar to Boone on Saturday. It should be a nice trip. I'll send pictures.
We caught the shuttle back to the airport at 11:45. This is the last day of this trip. My instructor told me that she could have passed me on the 1st day or the 2nd day but she didn't want to because if she would have, they would have taken me off the trip and probably put me on reserve. I told her I'm glad she didn't because I didn't want to be taken off the trip. I was having too much ...
This was a fun trip. I had birthday presents for Hailey so Kayla brought some cupcakes home from work and we had a little tea party, then Hailey opened up her presents. Then on Monday we decided to go to Sabino Canyon, my favorite spot in Tucson. It was a beautiful day. We stopped and ...
I miss the old kickstart routine -- the precarious combination of balance and thrust as the motorcycle rider jumps on the pull out starter lever trying to generate enough explosive force to to turn the engine over and ignite it. If you were lucky it would start with a roar and a cloud of exhaust in under three tries. If you were unlucky you would fall off and break your ankle.
But the romance (and ...