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Old 05-27-2010, 07:52 AM
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Hello

I have to add my 2 cents worth on this topic.
It was my first visit to the hospitality house and I highly recommend it for any person that drives far to see their loved one.
It is a big building. Actually the ladies there said it used to be an office.
They decorated the old offices and put bedroom furniture in there.
They had twin beds, full, & queen. Some rooms had bunk bed for people bringing kids.
They had clean showers and restrooms. They even had washers and dryers.
They have plenty of towels and wash cloth.
There was one big room if you wanted to just sit and read a book which I did.
One lady did the cooking and it was an old-fashioned cooking too. Yum, yum.
One fridge was filled with colas and water.
Basically, it's home away from home.
It's free but if you wish to leave a donation that's great.
The house is open only Friday, Sat. & Sun. The ladies do the wash on Mondays, so if you want to make reservation it's best to call between 8:30 am & 2:00 pm.
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