Each of the edits here seem bit redundant. For example, does it need to say both "friend" and "known acquiantance"? If this is trying to be a guide, I believe the language should be as clean as possible; perfect "clarity" should be left for some legalese-like page that might be linked to.
I removed the term vouchsafed as in "properly vouchsafed guest". I could be wrong but it seems like an esoteric term that doesn't actually convey the meaning of what is going on here. Merriam-Webster says it's "to grant or furnish often in a gracious or condescending manner"
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This page seems to be protected. I think it would be best to have a prominent link to Getting Here at the top of the page, as it's easy to end up on this page when you're looking for directions. -Pete F (talk) 19:16, 10 July 2016 (UTC)
"Good times to catch us our in the evenings during the week" should read "Good times to catch us are in the evenings during the week"