We had dinner at the lodge. The public rooms were lovely. The dining room huge. No atmosphere to speak of, but the food was surprisingly good. Braised short ribs and spinach salad for me and Caesar salad and BBQ chicken for my husband. We walked around and looked at a few rooms and were very happy we stayed outside the park at a newer hotel with all the amenities.
For history buffs though, it is a goldmine.
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