When I was a little girl, I would go to the Mountain Lodge for lunch with my grandfather. This year, I decided to take my daughter up there. The grounds (it's also a golf course and has cabins in which you can stay) are still beautiful and well kept. I know the Lodge has had issues in the past, so I admit I was a bit worried about my decision. I shouldn't have been. When we arrived, I told the hostess this was my daughter's first visit and asked her to seat us by a window so she could experience the beauty of the Lodge and it's grounds. She went out of her way to do so, asking management to allow us to be seated in an area that was closed off. (Hindsight being what it is, I should have told the manager how wonderful she was!) Our waitress was just as wonderful, explaining the history to my daughter and even telling her she could walk around and take in all the sights. The food is expensive; $12 for a salad; but I ended up taking half home with me. I will definitely go there next time I'm up that way!
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