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I could use a fall getaway!

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We did a stay-cation in  August but I am ready for a new adventure!!  I want to go somewhere and see new things and try new things.  If money did grow on tree's...LOL!  

One place that I have had my eye on is Sandusky Kalahari Resort!  That resort offers many awesome fun things right there at an affordable rate.  Here are a few things that I would want to do with my family if we went there:

1st, I would hit the water park and ask my husband to play with the kids while I fell asleep on the lazy river!  (dreaming...I know)  At Kalahari they have tons of slides small and big and 500,000 Gallons of water fun!  :)  

2nd I would take my family to the Safari Adventure which is this very awesome interactive animal encounter that is one that will bring fun and entertainment!  There is more at the Safari Adventure then just fun animals too, they have a ropes course, a zip line, and climbing wall.  I think my hubby would be lost in all that fun.  

 3rd thing I would do is mini golf.  Now they don't have your normal mini golf,  they have black light mini-golf!!  HOW AWESOME!!  The balls glow in the dark and you go through a course with super bright rainbow of colors and meet glowing animals such as an octopus, shark, elephant, and much more!  My daughter would love it, but I think I would love it more!  :)

I listed 3 things that I think would be lots of fun with the family but the one thing I would want to do the most would be going to the spa for some relaxation and pampering!  :)  

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