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Hillsdale, New Jersey
August 1, 2005
Our room was very plain and very serviceable. The room had a bed, a sink, a mirror, one chair, one bureau, and a bath. I'm sure the big picture window had a wonderful view if the clouds rolled away!
Paradise Inn is open from May 20th to Oct 10th with the following rates:
Room without bath: 1-2 persons - daily $92
Room with one bath: 1-2 persons - daily $137
Two-room unit with bath: 1-3 persons daily - $194
Suite with sitting room: 1-3 persons daily - $211
Crib and each additional person: $15
Handling fee: reservation changes and/or cancellations $15
The large living room is the central location of the lodge. The loft and rafters had tables big enough for families to play games on top of, and it made a great area for an early morning coffee. A piano player played nightly, much to our delight. The fireplaces were ablaze and provided a nice warm, cozy feeling. The room had to have had about 20 couches and chairs in small groupings for families to enjoy or guests to meet each other. Everyone was crashing after a day of physical exercise and just relaxing! I thought I was in heaven. Paradise Inn does not have a television. What a wonderful thing. It's back to basics of reading, relaxing, and enjoying each other's company. This is a great place for a family vacation. National parks are also very reasonable in price and a great vacation buy. We did not have any children on this trip, but the next time I go back, I'm bringing our grandchildren. Their parents may join us if they want!
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South Florida, Florida
November 10, 2000
From journal Vacationing in Mount Rainier