Anyway, no kids under 5 allowed on the tour which means none of our kids could go. (Not that we'd want to take them anyway. Who wants a toddler on a haunted hotel tour?) But all the adults still got to go. Know how we managed that? We hired babysitters for the vacation! That's right, we
So. Interesting tour, although we didn't see anything supernatural. You can actually stay in the hotel, (room 217 is the most requested) but it seems like it'd be awfully noisy what with all the tour groups and, you know, ghosts running around.
Oh, another interesting tidbit (if you haven't already stopped reading): even though none of the movie The Shining was filmed here, some of the scenes from Dumb and Dumber were. Bet you'd never group those two movies together. So, the tour was fun. Probably more fun since it was a private tour-- there were enough people in our family to make up a whole tour group. Things like that are always more fun when it's all people you know.