Mouse Wedding at the Inn Where's Daddy?
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Will the wedding start on time? It's a big day for a pretty little mouse bride Dulcibelle and her lucky groom, Max. They are about to be married! Cheer for daddy as the hour nears for the wedding to begin. Sidetracked by memories, he dashes frantically to find the chapel and celebrate his daughter’s joyous day. The books loving message is “Daddy’s girl you will always be.” It's a celebration of the enduring father and daughter bond that begins in childhood and lasts a lifetime. Mouse Wedding at the Inn: Where’s Daddy?” intertwines vivid illustrations and local history in the majestic setting of, The Mission Inn Hotel and Spa, a National Historic Landmark in Riverside, California. It's full of nostalgia and beauty, this picturesque setting has for decades launched marriages and celebrated significant occasions. From its modest beginnings as a two-story adobe guesthouse in 1876 and over the years, 10 U.S. Presidents have passed through its doors, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Herbert Hoover, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford, and George W. Bush. President Richard Nixon and wife Pat held their wedding in what is now the Presidential Lounge. Past social leaders and entertainers that have stopped at the Mission Inn include Susan B. Anthony, Henry Ford, Albert Einstein, Booker T. Washington and Helen Keller; Harry Houdini and Clark Gable. Boasting the region’s only hotel chapel – the exquisite St. Francis of Assisi with its gold Rayas Alter and Tiffany stained-glass windows, along with the International Rotunda, Anton Clock and Mission-Revival style architecture, make this hotel the “Crown Jewel” of the Inland Southern California. It's a charming story set in a place full of history and elegance, which will endear children and show wedding traditions. Great for gifting at a bridal/baby shower, too. Find out for yourself if this wedding day adventure starts on time?