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... much about me, but I love food. More specifically, I love eating lots of food at the same time. So naturally, my curiosity shot through the roof. A buffet is the last thing I expected at a theme park. My first thought was that it would cot $25, but lo and behold, it was just a bit pricier than a Golden Corral. On top of that, drinks were included in the price. I was absolutely shocked, and I don't use that word often. My ...
It's been raining and thunder storming off and on (more on than off) since yesterday. When it's not raining the fish flies swarm us if we try to take a walk through the grass. So we're hunkered down on Meander getting a few things done ...
... a door, and on the right is the Subway counter, while to the left is a small room with fancy artwork and tables with overturned wine glasses and nicely folded cutlery. Very homey feel to it, and there's only...I don't know, three workers? Just one waitress for the whole place. The restaurant had really good alfredo and veal piccata (me and Michelle, respectively).
Afterwards, we wandered towards Shoreline park, which is just jam packed ...
... many small marinas and a labyrinth of canals with beautiful homes with beautiful boats docked out front.
After a night at the dock by ourselves, a few other boats have docked behind us and the waterfront has a bit more activity than last night. Tomorrow we say good-by to Vermilion and shove off early to head to "The Islands"
... and something unexpected around every corner!
All the thrills, chills and splashes of a white water rafting expedition, right here at Cedar Point. Thunder Canyon takes you through more than a quarter-mile of canyons, rapids, and water effects. You can count on two things: Having fun, and getting wet.
We all slept well, the boys happy in their tent and we happily near exhaustion!
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This was a nice place for a campground, we had a sirete that had a small wooden barn-like house that was about 10'x10' and had a single bed on the left upon entry through the two part door, it remined me of a stable or something seeing as you could open the top half of the door but leave the bottom shut. A bunkbed was perpendicular to the first one to create an L shape in the corner of the room. Then there was a small bench along a wall with two power outlets above it, and that was as furnished as it was. Really nice and simple. We had a picnic table outside beside a small fire pit. Most of our time wasnt going to be spent there so I didn't really care where we stayed. It was a fun experience.
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