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Magnolia Hotel Omaha: For Business Or Travel Adventures

Magnolia Hotel Omaha

The Magnolia Hotel located in Omaha, Nebraska offers character unlike any other hotel. The windows and ceilings are all very tall throughout this hotel. The charm of “historic” is perfectly tied into contemporary. My room featured a King sized bed with all of the amenities of the 21st Century.

Magnolia Hotel Bed


  • 37″ Flat Screen TV
  • Wireless Internet That Worked Perfect
  • Executive Desk
  • In-room Coffee
  • Pay Movies
  • Iron and Ironing Board
  • Electronic Key System
  • Hair Dryers

The Charm of this hotel was felt right after I parked my car. Speaking of parking, valet parking is available for $17.00 a night, which I would highly recommend using. Street parking is hard to come by and can be difficult to find. I walked by this gated area, which turned out to be a gorgeous courtyard. This gate really says it all!

Gate at Magnolia

There’s something about the words Magnolia and the architecture of this beautiful hotel which is located just a hop, skip, and jump from the Old Market in Omaha. This particular courtyard had a great view from the other side, you agree?

Courtyard Magnolia

This area was filled with a family celebrating a wedding earlier in the day. The setting here is ideal for weddings and any type of business gathering. The Magnolia Hotel in Omaha is unique in that it offers such character and charm, yet offers a setting that is ideal for family celebrations and business events.

The Magnolia Hotel Omaha does have a restaurant which offers table seating, along with more casual areas to gather.

Lounge area at Magnolia

Room service is available and it’s also important to note that a large buffet breakfast is included with your stay. The environment is casual and they do offer a kids menu.

It’s also important to note that this property does not have a swimming pool, so if your family is set on swimming, this may not be the ideal location for you. In my opinion, there is so much to offer all around this hotel that you will be busy enough and not have time to swim. While staying at the Magnolia Hotel in Omaha you can easily walk to The Century Link Center, Omaha Children’s Museum,  and the Historic Old Market. Should you need transportation, the Magnolia Hotel Omaha offers complimentary airport and downtown Omaha transportation.

And let’s face it, who doesn’t love a bed time cookies and milk? Be sure to swing into the lounge area to enjoy your bedtime snack while staying at the Magnolia Hotel Omaha.

The charm and location make the Magnolia Hotel Omaha the place to stay while visiting Omaha, Nebraska. With so much to offer, you will find yourself at home! Oh yeah, and one more thing, the staff at the front desk was some of the friendliest and most helpful around. So, the next time you are heading to Omaha, book a stay at the Magnolia Hotel Omaha, as you will be glad you did. Tell them that Travel With Sara recommended them and don’t forget to take a glimpse of the Omaha skyline from your hotel room window, it’s quite a view.

*A special Thank You To the Omaha Bloggers for inviting me to be a guest speaker at their networking event and the Magnolia Hotel for partnering with the Omaha Bloggers to host me for one night in July 2014. All opinions of this property are mine and nobody else’s.




How To Visit Two California Disney Theme Parks In One Day

I recently returned from a weekend at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, and it’s fair to say that I kept moving while I was there. I had one whole day to explore the two Disney parks. I was able to take in a lot of Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure Park in one whole day.

I arrived late Thursday afternoon and had all day Friday to explore the parks. I was first in line at the gates of Disneyland at 6:50 a.m. with Disneyland scheduled to open at 8:00 a.m..

Disneyland Entrance

While standing in line, be sure to ask a team member for a map of the park, as this will help you navigate your visit to Disneyland. If you have been to Walt Disney World in Florida, you will notice the park has the same layout as The Magic Kingdom. The fact that I know The Magic Kingdom like the back of my hand at Walt Disney World made getting around Disneyland super, super easy!

Main Street Disneyland

We were let into the park at approximately 7:45 a.m. and led to ropes near the castle, which were dropped promptly at 8:00 a.m.. Here is where you can make the choice of which area to visit first. I opted to head to Fantasyland. By 10:30 a.m. I had rode all of these attractions in this order:

  • PeterPan’s Flight
  • Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride
  • Snow White’s Scary Adventures
  • Alice In Wonderland
  • The Haunted Mansion
  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad ( two times)
  • Splash Mountain
  • The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh
  • Jungle Cruise
  • Autopia


  • Buzz Lightyear Astro Blaster

I then headed over to Disney’s California Adventure. I ate lunch at 11:00 a.m. back in the Cars themed area. My jaw dropped when I entered this area, as it was just as though I was in the movie, “Cars.”

I ate my lunch and headed over to Radiator Springs Racers.

Cars on Road

Here I got in the single rider line and found that I was able to ride this attraction four times in a row, by going single rider. If you are willing to split your party up and ride solo- by all means, go for it! The wait time in the regular line was 90 minutes.

I then went to the following attractions in this order:

  • The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
  • Luigi’s Flying Tires, presented by Alamo

Bumper Cars

  • It’s Tough To Be a Bug
  • California Screamin’

California Screamin'

  • Toy Story Midway Mania!
  • The Little Mermaid- Ariel’s Undersea Adventure
  • Soarin’ Over California

I was able to hop in the single rider line at Soarin’ Over California, for a relative shorter wait time. I would recommend getting fast passes for Radiator Springs and Soarin’ while visiting Disney’s California Adventures. I had an open mind, and wanted to experience all that I could on this day. If it worked out it did, and if it didn’t, that was just fine.

I then hopped back over to Disneyland to visit The Magic Kingdom at night and rode the following attractions:

  • Pinocchio’s Daring Journey
  • It’s A Small World
  • The Mad Tea Party (super fun at night)
  • Space Mountain

In between It’s a Small World and The Made Tea Party, I crossed back over to Disney’s California Adventures to experience Radiator Springs Racers at night, and boy, am I glad I did! The view in the car at night was amazing!

Cars At Night


I then headed over to Disneyland to finish the night out! A lot of walking, but well worth it.

Now, I did have a one day park hopper pass, which allowed me to hop back and forth from park to park. Park hopping at Disneyland is a short walk, compared to some form of transportation while at Walt Disney World in Florida. I did not see and do everything, but I can tell you, that it is possible to experience both Disney parks in California in one day! A long full day will let you take in all Disney has to offer and more.

Hey, I got to open the park and close it down- A long day that started at 6:50 a.m. and ended at midnight!

If you are planning a one day visit to the Disney parks in California I’d love to hear how your experience compares to mine. The above route worked great for me and I hope it does for you too!

Stay tuned, I’ve got more California Disneyland travel tips for you in the near future.


Central Gardens of North Iowa: Plan Now To Visit


Central Gardens


Clear Lake, Iowa, is home to some of the most beautiful gardens you will find in the state of Iowa. The Central Gardens of North Iowa is not huge and overwhelming, which makes this smaller area accessible to more people. I spent an hour in the gardens this past week and let me tell you, it was absolutely gorgeous! The Little Free Library and bench near the entrance say, “Come on in!”

Little Free Library Gardens


With several stunning areas throughout the gardens, I’d suggest to take a book to read. If you enjoy a babbling brook surrounded with a lot of beauty, Central Gardens of North Iowa will embrace you. Now tell me, doesn’t this just pull you in? As I took a glance of this in the gardens, my mind wandered, does yours?


Statue in Centra Gardens

The Central Gardens of North Iowa have several areas that are available to rent for weddings, corporate picnics, family reunions, and club meetings. There is not any playground equipment on site, so a family reunion with younger kids present may not be a good fit, but definitely a good fit for teens and adults.

stream in gardens


Clear Lake, Iowa, is a lake community that offers activities and events all year long. Anytime you are in Clear Lake swing into the Central Gardens of North Iowa. In North Iowa we do experience all four seasons, so the gardens have a different look all year long. Summer definitely brings color and a lot of events to the gardens.

And if you happen to be near the Sea Wall in downtown Clear Lake, be sure to check out this amazing masterpiece!

Metal Bicycle


RAGBRAI (Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa) is a pass through town on July 23, 2014, and offers a whole day of entertainment for participants. For those bicyclists, make note to swing into the Central Gardens of North Iowa, as it will be a highlight of your stop in Clear Lake, Iowa.


Clear Lake, Iowa: 4th of July 2015- Make Plans Now To Attend

Clear Lake, Iowa, is home to one of the most festive 4th of July celebrations you will find all across the United States. 2014 lived up to its name and I’d suggest you plan now to attend in 2015. This years event was jam packed with family fun and there’s just something about hanging around the lake on the 4th of July.

Evans United Shows has been a staple in Clear Lake over the 4th of July holiday weekend for the past 40+ years.

Evans United Shows: Clear Lake, Ioowa


The attractions are family friendly and they offer a great experience for families over the 4th of July festivities in Clear Lake, Iowa.

Bicycles are available to rent in the heart of all the activity and can offer a fun way to relax.

Bicycles Clear Lake, Iowa

An afternoon riding a bicycle around Clear Lake, which is home to 7,000+ folks, swells to almost 100,000 over the 4th of July holiday. While on a bicycle you can bike around the lake and even plan a picnic lunch in Clear Lake State Park or McIntosh Woods State Park. Both state parks are home to family friendly beaches and offer playgrounds that kids of all ages will appreciate.

The evening entertainment in the heart of Clear Lake is simply top notch! My advice, arrive early to get a seat without a tree in front of you.

Music In Clear Lake Park

Clear Lake, Iowa, goes all out in finding entertainment that is family friendly and music that appeals to a lot of people.

From BINGO to a round of Family Feud and a parade, there is something going on all weekend. And if you like the water, City Beach is right near the heart of the festivities, as well as a kid friendly splash pad. Let’s face it, kids love to splash around in water.

From the shops on main street to the beach, you will find hours of entertainment for you and your family over the 4th of July holiday in Clear Lake, Iowa. Oh yeah, and then there are those fireballs in the sky called fireworks. This fireworks show is absolutely the best around with a beautiful lake in the backdrop. Claim your seat near the seawall by 7:30 p.m. for the 10:00 p.m. show- you will be grateful that you have a great viewing spot!

So, if you waited to long to plan any 4th of July activities for 2014, let me suggest you make then now for 2015. Clear Lake, Iowa, is sure to offer another family friendly 4th of July Celebration. North Central Iowa will welcome you and provide you with family memories to carry with you forever.


Wilmington, North Carolina Offers All Of This In One Day And More

Wilmington, North Carolina is home to a historic district you will fall in love with. I recently had one day to visit Wilmington, North Carolina. I cannot wait to return, as I heard from several other visitors that the beaches were some of the finest in the country. I had a day to explore the Historic Downtown District of Wilmington, North Carolina and it offered more than I ever imagined.

Historic Downtown Wilmington

Upon your arrival into Wilmington, North Carolina, I would highly suggest that you stop into the Wilmington CVB, located at 505 Nutt Street. You will see the Wilmington Railroad Museum and the CVB is in the same building as this museum; just right behind it. Here you will find a lot of helpful information on the area. The staff is friendly and willing to answer your questions. If you are more the self service type of person, they have a nice selection of brochures available for you to take.

Brochures Wilmington

I had no idea that Wilmington, North Carolina is right behind New York and Los Angeles when it comes to film and television production. Several buildings and sites from familiar movies and television shows are scattered throughout the historic district. I had the opportunity to participate in a Hollywood Location Walk Tour. And let me tell you this, our tour guide was fun and extremely knowledgeable. Anytime we came upon someone that worked in the film industry, they had something fun to share with him.

Hollywood Location Walk

Towards the end of the tour we were able to watch a large team of people prepare the set for a scene of Nicholas’ Spark new movie, “The Longest Ride.”

I was also able to experience the neighborhood of Wilmington while riding in a horse drawn trolley with a very knowledgeable tour guide.

Horse Drawn Trolley

We went down by the river front and then explored the historic district. The homes in the area were beautiful and the tour itself was a nice way to relax and see what Wilmington, North Carolina is all about. The mansions in Wilmington are absolutely gorgeous!

Keep in mind that I only had one day to spend in Wilmington and it was a fast paced day. The Bellamy Mansion, Wilmington Railroad Museum and a boat tour were also highlights of my day. Oh yeah, and then there’s this place called The Cotton Exchange. So much to tell you… Stay tuned…. Wilmington, North Carolina is a place you need to visit. I had a fantastic day and can’t wait to share more details with all of you.

*A special Thank You to the Wilmington CVB for hosting me for the day.


Crown Reef Resort: Myrtle Beach

I recently had the opportunity to visit Crown Reef Resort in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Having never visited this part of the country, I jumped on the opportunity. I have spent a lot of time on the beaches in Florida, but had never seen the beaches in the Carolinas. Wow, was I pleasantly surprised. The Crown Reef Resort offers all oceanfront rooms and is an ideal place to call home while in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The view from my 3rd Floor room- check it out!

3rd Floor View Crown Reef Resort

The Crown Reef Resort has been under some extensive renovations the past few months and will continue in the near future. One thing to note, upon your arrival; it’s important to note that you check in across the street from the resort. There is ample parking in this area, as well as an elevator to get you to the floor to the check in desk. You will drive over to the other side of the street to park your car while staying at Crown Reef Resort. With three towers, make note which tower your room is in and park in that area if you can. This will make it much simpler to locate your room upon your arrival.

The rooms have all been recently renovated and offer a fresh, clean look that a 21st Century Resort can offer. From the granite countertops, to the new beds, Crown Reef Resort will give you a room that you will be proud to call “yours” while you stay with them.

Kitchen Crown Reef Resort


The game room, ice cream parlor, grab ‘n go coffee bar and Beach Shak Restaurant are all new!

Game Room

This is an area that you will want to spend some time in. From the ice cream to the arcade, Crown Reef Resort has you covered!

Seating For Grab 'n Go Area

If you enjoy outdoor dining, the Beach Shak Restaurant is an experience you will want to take in. Keep in mind, this is a restaurant with a view and music. If you are looking for a nice, romantic meal with your significant other, this is not the place for you. The restaurant here is fun, lively and it also offers good food!

Several pools, a lazy river and beach all offer fun water experiences for people of all ages. From banana boat rides to para sailing, there’s something to do all along the beach right near Crown Beach Resort.

Crown Reef Resort


I’ve got a lot more to share in regards to Crown Reef Resort and Myrtle Beach, so stay tuned. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina offers family fun entertainment and more for kids of all ages.

Several folks that I personally spoke to in the pool area stated that they had been coming to Crown Reef Resort for 15+ years and understood that renovations took time. There is a lot of construction going around in the summer of 2014. It’s too bad a massive renovation project can’t be completed with a snap of a finger, that’s something that cannot be done. They all commented that they loved Crown Reef and would continue to come back. I loved my stay and I look forward to sharing more about my stay with you.

*A special thank you to Crown Reef Resort for hosting me while I was in the Myrtle Beach area.


Estes Park Offers Free Shuttle Service To Get You From Point A To Point B

Estes Park, Colorado is surrounded by the Rocky Mountains which make up Rocky Mountain National Park. Free shuttle service is available now through the first week of September. With pick-up and drop-off locations all across town, it makes for a super easy way to get around.

Signs Hiker Shuttle


We stayed at the Wildwood Inn and the stop at McGregor Mountain Lodge is right out in front of the Wildwood Inn. The boys went fly fishing and I decided to spend an afternoon checking out the town of Estes Park. The bus ran on time and it was very easy to use. The really neat thing about all the free transportation that is offered in Estes Park, is the fact that you do not have to battle to find a parking space downtown. It’s no secret, Estes Park is a busy place and parking can be a challenge.

I found myself wandering Elkhorn Drive and wanting to purchase something in every shop! The shops on Elkhorn and Moraine Avenue provided me with hours of wandering and dreaming. This is just one of the amazing candy shops that line the street!

Caramel Candy Shoppe


You can connect to the Rocky Mountain National Park Hiker Shuttle at the Estes Park Visitor Center.

Hiker Shuttle


So, if you wanted to avoid the Bear Lake Parking lot or the shuttle parking lot up on Bear Lake Road; this is a great way to get to Bear Lake. You will have to catch the bus to Bear Lake in the Bear Lake Park n Ride, but you will not have to fight the traffic in the parking lot. If you do opt to hike up to Bear Lake, the hike to Dream Lake is very easy and it’s just a hop, skip, and a jump from Nymph Lake. In fact, Dream Lake makes for a great day hike for families with younger kids in tow. Remember to pack snacks, plenty of water and your rain gear. It’s a known fact, the rain does frequently fall in Rocky Mountain National Park.

With free shuttle service around Estes Park, you will have plenty of opportunity to see a lot of what this mountain town in Colorado has to offer. The shuttle bus will even take you close to the Aerial Tramway, which gives you a great view of the whole area.


The Safeway Village Shopping Center is home to Village Pizza and a must experience while in Estes Park. From fine dining to casual dining, there’s something for everyone in Estes Park.

What are you waiting for? Visit Estes Park, experience the free shuttle service and enjoy the mountains!



RAGBRAI Will Roll Into Mason City, Iowa on July 23- A Glimpse Of Your Experience

There is a great bicycle ride coming through my hometown, Mason City, Iowa. RAGBRAI, known as the Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa is staying over night in Mason City on July 23, 2014. If you happen to be planning to ride the route, let me fill you in on a few things you will want to explore while you are in the area.

Meredith Willson Flag


Mason City is home to the Park Inn Hotel, which is the last known standing hotel in the world designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Now that in itself, is pretty darn cool! The River City Sculptures on Parade has a whole new feel, as new statues were recently placed throughout the parade route. I found this sculpture to be very intriguing.

Parade of Statues 2014


This statue that is featured on the tour is not real big, but it’s one that will make you think a little bit. The detail that went into this sculpture is truly a work of art.

Mason City is home to many fine restaurants. Little Chicago is located downtown at 11 2nd Street N.E. and features gyros, pizza, and has a tenderloin unlike any other. Owner Darin Reynolds offers top notch customer service as well as very tasty food. Check out this amazing tenderloin that I recently enjoyed from Little Chicago.

Battered Tenderloin


Call ahead service is also available at 641-424-1215.

Mason City will be rolling out the red carpet for those that make the trek. From the architecture to the music in Central Park by Brett Michaels, RAGBRAI participants will have a fun overnight stay in Mason City.

The Mid-West is a travel mecca. Depending on your travel destination to and from the Missouri and Mississippi River in Iowa, you may want to plan some more sight seeing adventures in the MId-West. The Mason City- Clear Lake area is a small taste of the summer fun that you will find all across the Mid-West.

From Kool Aid, Balloons, Trains, Cowboys and Ice Cream you will want to stay in the summer travel mode. There’s a festival of some sort happening each weekend throughout the summer in the Mid-West. The Concert of Colors is an annual festival held in Detroit, Michigan.

Enjoy RAGBRAI and be sure to take in all you can throughout the Mid-West. The Mid-West is loaded with summer activities. If you happen to love music, be sure to swing into Music Man Square located in downtown Mason City. Meredith Willson and his 76 Trombones will greet you!


Four Things To Experience While Visiting Florida’s Space Coast

Florida’s Space Coast is an amazing coast line. Imagine this-  72 miles of beach along the Atlantic coastline with ample space to call one beach “yours.” Doesn’t that sound fabulous? It is! I recently spent a few days in the Indialantic, Florida, area and let me tell you, it’s a gorgeous place to visit!

Home for a few days was Tuckaway Shores. If you are not familiar with what Tuckaway Shores has to offer, you need to pay attention. This oceanfront property is located in Indialantic, right near Melbourne Beach, Florida. Morning views like this never, ever get old!

Third Floor View Tuckaway Shores


The hospitality is top notch and there are no high rise hotels nearby, so the beach that is literally right outside your front door; is all yours! Tuckaway Shores offers the feel of Old Florida, with 21st Century amenities such as wi-fi and an outdoor heated swimming pool.

Tuckaway Shores Heated Swimming Pool

If you want to experience Florida’s Space Coast, but want to base your camp near quiet, Tuckaway Shores is the place for you.

Fish Lips Waterfront Bar & Grill is the perfect place to experience a meal of fresh fish, American cuisine, and just about anything you could desire. But, the really cool thing about this restaurant is the fact that it is waterfront property in Port Canaveral. Many cruise ships depart later in the afternoon, which makes this a fun place to eat and wave “Bon Voyage” to all of the people on board the cruise ships.

Carnival Sunshine Leaving Port Canaveral

If you arrive around 4:00 p.m. and plan a two hour stay, you will have a memorable time! Tip: For optimal viewing, head upstairs to the deck.

Kennedy Space Center is full of education and history. Plan a full day while visiting, as there are shows and activities going on all day.



Be sure to hop on a bus that will take you into areas that you cannot walk to.

Kennedy Space Center

I would suggest planning your day so that you end up at the Apollo/Saturn V Center around lunchtime. The Moon Rock Café offers indoor, as well as outdoor seating. For families, the outdoor seating is fabulous and offers a nice grassy area for kids to run in. Oh yeah, and if you like Angry Birds, The Kennedy Space Center, has even found a way to incorporate Angry Birds, into the whole space scene. Be sure to visit the Memorial Gardens, as it’s a wonderful tribute to those that have given their lives for space exploration. So much to see and do, with so little time! Make the most of your visit. Chances are, you will be planning  a return visit after your first visit.

The world famous Cocoa Beach Pier is a hopping place in Cocoa Beach. I had visited Cocoa Beach several times, but had never been on the famous Cocoa Beach Pier. I can say I have been there and done that.

Cocoa Beach Pier


There were several shops and restaurants on the pier itself. Volleyball and fishing were activities that folks were partaking in that were on the beach. There were a few bicyclists, as well as sunbathers. On the particular afternoon I was there, a launch was scheduled to go off; so the end of the pier was closed to the general public. It’s my understanding that if you want a great place to view a launch, this is a great place to view them!

This is a small sample of what Florida’s space coast has to offer! Did you know that Indialantic, Florida, is home to the Sea Turtle Preservation Society? You can even schedule a turtle walk! I could go on and on…… Stay tuned, as I have more to share of Florida’s amazing Space Coast!

* A special thank you to Tuckaway Shores for hosting us while on Florida’s Space Coast.







Let’s Do This! Girlfriends Park Hopping At Walt Disney World

I have experienced Walt Disney World with my extended family, immediate family, just my husband and I; and now I can say that I experienced it with one of my girlfriends. If you think Walt Disney World is just for kids, think again!

My friend Sharon, of Sharon The Moments, and I  recently met up in Orlando, Florida for a fun time away from the chaos of daily life.

Sara Pluto Sharon


We spent one whole day park hopping at Walt Disney World. And the other cool thing about our day? It was Sharon’s birthday! I made sure to let a Disney employee know it was her birthday and Sharon was given a birthday pin with her name on it. Did you know that the employees of Walt Disney World treat guests with birthdays like royalty? Everywhere we went someone was saying, “Happy Birthday Sharon!” That speaks volumes and that is what sets Disney apart from the competition.

Our day started out in the Magic Kingdom. The first attraction we experienced was The Journey of The Little Mermaid. The line was short and we hopped on. It’s a fun, magical ride for kids of all ages! We then darted out of Fantasyland to take a tour of the Haunted Mansion. From there we headed to my favorite attraction, Splash Mountain.

Splash Mountain Back Seat


We were in the back seat and I can honestly say I was the driest I had ever been on that ride.

We then hopped over to Tomorrowland to take a spin with Buzz Lightyear. We knew we had a whole day of fun ahead of us, so we were lazy and took a tour of Tomorrowland on the Peoplemover.

We then took the monorail over to the TTC to connect to EPCOT. We did have a FastPass to use on Soarin’, so we had to make sure we had ample time to park hop to EPCOT. Upon our arrival, we headed towards Soarin’ and waited five minutes to board The Land. And then it was lunch time. We grabbed lunch in the pavilion that is home to Soarin’ and The Land, as it offers a family friendly food court. Once lunch was done, it was time to go Soarin’- I love that ride. There’s nothing like the scent of fresh pine and an orange grove! We took a right as we left The Land pavilion and took a journey with Figment and our imaginations.

The middle of the afternoon was quickly approaching and we park hopped over to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. We were able to experience The Great Movie Ride and enjoy the scenes and attractions that make up Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Hollywood Studios


We knew we wanted to close out our day at EPCOT, so back to EPCOT we went. We were able to journey through Norway and ride the rough seas before the night time show began.

EPCOT light show 2014



Animal Kingdom will have to wait until next time…. So, if you think Walt Disney World is just for kids- try this itinerary on for size and see what you think. Three parks in one day, not bad for two girlfriends out having a good time.