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Worst hotel near Disneyland – Abby’s Anaheimer Inn

Worst hotel near Disneyland – Abby’s Anaheimer Inn

July 19, 2011 No Comments Booked a room with Abby’s Anaheimer Inn for the 12th thru the 18th, we arrived at the hotel around midnight. We went into the room and were immediately disgusted. The box spring had giant rips and stains from who knows where… The mattresses were awful. You could feel All the springs. Talked to the front ...

 

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Definitely coming here again: Super 8 Motel East Lansing University Area

Definitely coming here again: Super 8 Motel East Lansing University Area

July 17, 2011 No Comments This Super 8 is in the most convenient location possible. it’s half a mile from MSU campus and it doesn’t have room service, but that’s fine because there are a ton of restaurants within walking distance, there’s even a few right across the street. The staff is really nice and the rooms are super clean ...

 

LOVE LOVE LOVED Tennis Villa 15B

LOVE LOVE LOVED Tennis Villa 15B

July 12, 2011 No Comments Colony Reef Club St Augustine Beach Florida Review If you are looking for a great place to go on your next family vacation Tennis Villa 15B is the place to be… our family ranged in ages from 7-57 and we all had a wonderful time.  Disney is a short drive away, you have a pool ...

 

Great Little Town

June 16, 2011 No Comments

I used to live in Powersite back in 2001.  It is a very small town with one post office.  The town is on a cliff that overlooks the Powersite Dam in Forsyth, MO.  The dam was built around 1913.  I would like to see more home restored there.  James H. Roderique     

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A Great Family Vacation Spot – The Woodlands Resort

A Great Family Vacation Spot – The Woodlands Resort

May 23, 2011 No Comments The Woodlands Resort & Conference Center is located in Texas just 30 minutes from downtown Houston.  There are a number of great family friendly and high end restaurants in and near The Woodlands.  Below are a few links to some great comprehensive restaurant lists in the area: http://www.thewoodlandscvb.com/pages/Home/WhereToEat/tabid/59/Default.aspx http://woodlandsonline.com/cdps/diningguiderestaurants.cfm http://woodlandsevents.com/where-to-eat/  The Forest Oasis Waterscape water park is their ...

 

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Top 10 Family Resorts on the West Coast

Top 10 Family Resorts on the West Coast

May 16, 2011 No Comments  Below is our top ten list of family vacation resorts on the West Coast of the United States.  Listed alphabetically, any one of these wonderful family vacation spots will appeal to even the most discriminating travelers.  California, Arizona, Oregon and Washington state are included in this list.  Everything from the resort’s accommodations and family features, restaurant options, on and off site recreational activities, child ...

 

St. Nicholas Abbey Plantation, Barbados

St. Nicholas Abbey Plantation, Barbados

May 9, 2011 No Comments One of Barbados’ most historic landmarks, St. Nicholas Abbey is a Jacobean Mansion built in 1658. The plantation and its buildings appear as they did for several centuries, and include the great house, a rum and sugar bond, a boiling house, and the plantation itself. The residence is open for touring by the public where ...

 

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Farley Hill National Park, Barbados

Farley Hill National Park, Barbados

May 9, 2011 1 Comment Farley Hill National Park, located in St. Peter, Barbados, near the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, is a 17-acre lush property with mahogany trees and spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. The ruins of the great 19th century manor on the property lend an old world dilapidated grace to the landscape. Several times a year, Farley Hill ...

 

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Harrison’s Cave Barbados

Harrison’s Cave Barbados

May 8, 2011 No Comments One of the natural wonders of the Caribbean, Harrison’s Cave is located in the heart of Barbados in St. Thomas, close to Welchman Hall Gully and Forest Reserve. This amazing phenomenon is comprised of a series of living caverns with underground lakes and waterfalls, stalactites and stalagmites. It is a massive stream cave system at ...

 

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Barbados Wildlife Reserve

Barbados Wildlife Reserve

May 8, 2011 3 Comments Barbados Wildlife Reserve Welcome Sign Better than a traditional zoo, the Barbados Wildlife Reserve is an open sanctuary in the Grenade Hall Forest where animals roam freely in a lush mahogany  grove across the road from the Farley Hill National Park in St. Peter. It has the feeling of a primeval wood with a tropical ...

 

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