My friend brought me here to see this colorful and eclectic old school. This point of interest surprised me with how I wanted to see it all. The very open and well decorated restaurant is colorful, full of plants and natural light. There are beds to sleep in, lounges to drink in, tubs to soak in, theaters to watch movies in and a feeling of being a part of history. I appreciated the notes to Lois that are a part of an art installation decorating the halls of this old school. The pictures of the kids are to be regarded. Family of all ages enjoy this interesting and memorable place.
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