Great Wolf Lodge has some great themed suites. We just got one of their plain family suites
Two nice big queen size beds, kitchenette (microwave and fridge), 2 tvs, and seating area. I'm taking this picture from in front of the fireplace.
There was so much to see and do. All these animals and the tree move and talk. Ella was a little uncertain about all this (it was loud).
Ella even found the hall ways fun! This is how she walked down the hall every time. Sometimes just stepping on the leaf squares other times stepping on the animal squares.
Once you are water-logged, the kids (and grown-ups) can have hours of fun on the many magical quests. Following clues and their wands, the kids wander around 4 hallways and 2 stairwells to collect runes and complete the quest.
Uncle Stefan and Ella went questing the first evening. Grandma even got in on the action our second evening. And what does Ella look like after a day of travel, water and questing??
It's amazing how much bed a little person can occupy.
Ella tried to convince us that we didn't need to leave the hotel. I told her we weren't going all the way to Niagara Falls without actually seeing the Falls. You can't see it in this picture, but there was a beautiful rainbow over the Falls.
Our room also came with a pass for Ella to the Cub Club. She got to 'paint' her own souvenir t shirt. She did a great job colouring in 'Violet' the wolf.
And of course, some pictures from the back seat.
This trip was so much fun. It really was the trip of a life-time. Thank you so much Auntie Belinda and Uncle Stefan.