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Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · June 17, 2011
children rates

am interested in a dinner cruise on the Andiamo. There would be 13 of us.
Is there a special rate for children?



Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · February 08, 2010
Northern Vineyard Winery atmosphere?

I'm looking for a fun afternoon activity for a friend's bachelorette party. We'll have around 15 girls in their late-twenties. Really more interested in tasting the wine and having fun with each other than an educational experience. Would Northern Vineyards be a good place for us to kick off the bachelorette party?


Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · March 31, 2008
Paddlewheel Riverboats

I am getting married on one of the paddleboats in Stillwater and I am trying to find a unique wedding favor (for about 75 guests) that ties in Stillwater and the boats. Does anyone know of anywhere I can find mini paddleboat "trinkety" things (for less than3/piece)?

Thank you!


Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · March 28, 2004
Recommendations for lodgings in Stillwater?  (3 Answers)

We'd like to spend a few days in Stillwater sometime this spring just to explore. However, we are a same sex couple and I don't want to be hassled or dis-respected when I am away. We'd prefer not to stay in one of the 'chain' motels, but also can't spend200 a night. Does anyone have any ideas for places we'd be welcome, have our privacy and still be able to afford to stay for a few days? Thanks for your help.





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