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June 27, 2013


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Tonya {The Traveling Praters}

I've not made it to Sauder Village yet either. Clearly I need to begin to explore my home state a bit more. :)

The inn looks very comfortable and cozy. I love the outdoor spaces because I love to get outside when I travel. Of course, my teens would love the pool.

That QR code quilt display really cracked me up. I can't believe it works! Now that is original!

Dominique King

I didn't have a QR reader on my phone at that point and had to go download one just so I could see if the quilt QR worked!
Lots of stuff to do at the inn, so I think your kids would love it :)

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