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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... it wasn’t open when we were there, so we killed a little time at the park. Turns out, it was worth the wait. Zaharakos was opened in 1900 by three Greek brothers. It was reopened and refinished to its former glory in 2009. Zaharakos features unique architecture and several antique soda fountains. There are also several Orchestrions scattered throughout the store. So ...
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Jeni made a great breakfast casserole for everyone this morning.
Suzi got to come over to visit for a while but unfortunately Don, Stacy, Jason and the boys were all unable to make it. Those poor folks that have to work I guess ;-)
We decided to take a tour of the TC Steel art museum. It's just a few blocks from the Hilgedags and we have admired the buildings every time we drive past them. I never knew it was actually a museum!