We were up early to make the most of our last morning at the Old Edwards Inn. It started with coffee in the Historic Inn.
We packed up our things and the Jeep and then sat down to a hearty breakfast at Madison’s, overlooking Main Street.
Back at home, Mother and Daddy-O had not just taken care of the boys, but had cleaned rugs, washed everything washable in the house, made a Goodwill run, cooked a thousand meals, ran carpools, and entertained the cousins to boot.
We decided to call the day a day and spent the rest of the afternoon in the pool with the family.
I honestly cannot say enough good things about Old Edwards Inn and would love to help get you there. I don’t book many destinations beyond Disney (primarily only those I’ve personally been to), but this one was immediately added to the short list. It is family friendly, but I’d leave the kids home for this one. We thought our three nights was the perfect amount of time to do everything we wanted to do, but also have plenty of time to do absolutely nothing.
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