• TravelEAR Abroad: Featherbed Railroad Now Boarding for a Great Time!

    Welcome back, travelEARS! Today we take you to a great antique hotel in California. Welcome to Featherbed Railroad.

    As many Disney fans can tell you, Walt Disney was a huge fan of trains. He had a private parlor car named for his wife called the Lilly Belle. Most guests never get the chance to ride in it, instead they merely have the chance to peer into it's windows when it pulls into the shop. As such, we prsent a great alternative, not only do you step into a beautiful parlor car, you get to sleep in it, too!!

    About This Hotel

    Nice, California, USA
    Typical Cost:
    $100 to $250 / night

    Featherbed Railroad is perfect for anyone. It is peaceful and tranquil, surrounded by a beautiful environment with a great view of a lake. Whether you are a train enthusiast or want a romantic weekend away from it all, you are sure to find yourself having a good time here!

    There are nine luxurious cabooses you can choose from. Each caboose has a different theme to cater to many different desires. You can choose from an Orient Express themed caboose, a motorcycled themed caboose, or even a wine themed hotel. Or, you may want to travel to the frontier in the Wild, Wild West Caboose.

    All of the rooms are suites with a living area as well as a dining area, plus queen sized beds. Most of the rooms feature Jacuzzi baths. So of the rooms are dog friendly, too!

    See you next week as we continue to take you, the TravelEAR, Abroad.

    About TravelEAR Abroad
    Every year, thousands of families pack up and make annual visits to the happiest place on Earth. The typical TravelEAR (that is, the typical Disney vacationer) is very much accustomed to hotels branded with "© Disney" symbols everywhere. TravelEAR Abroad focuses on different lodgings around the globe. Each installment takes a look at places with unique or magical twists beyond the standard double-occupancy non-smoking room. Sit back and relax as we take you, the TravelEAR, abroad!
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