Clarion Hotel Dunkirk
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... looks when I ask about them here. Hot and muggy the last 2 days with highs 85 and humidity at 90%. Makes for a slower pace and more fluids but with something every 10-20 miles, except a park, it's not all that bad. Not sure when this will actually get posted as I am wanting to avoid international roaming charges. I probably will be in New York State tomorrow unless I get too distracted looking at Fort Erie, an action spot in the war of 1812. More for yous guys later, ...
... I noticed it when I came up stairs for the night. But the next morning it was completely gone. I looked all around but couldn't find it.
Now, there is a chance that perhaps we, or the covers, knocked it off during the night and it simply slid under a piece of furniture, but we prefer to think it was a supernatural event. ;-)
Wednesday was the day that the Coles were heading out to visit their friends, so we needed to get back ...
... I got up and was getting ready to head out then noticed our tire is low again on the trailer. So I'm done with this tire. I find a tire place across the street but they don't deal in the trailer rated tires. For $10 they threw on my spare. (I'm in need of a tire iron that will fit my lugs. I don't have one.) Upon inspecting my flat tire I notice that a large portion of the inside wall is split and peeling away. Glad ...
We woke up to rain today! Lots of it. It poured on and off all day. It would only stop if we went inside!
This morning, the kids each took spa baths at Aunt Arlene's! I think they each spent an hour in the tub. Katrina follows Aunt Arlene around, talking her ears off! We didn't make it out of the house until noon! I got a load of laundry done & breakfast made. Whoowho.
We crossed back ...
... and gave me a gigantic hug. Apparently she is an avid swimmer, and this was the first time our schedules were the same and we ran into each other there. She is a very rambunctious and exuberant lady. A very nice person to have around. After talking for a while over our wine, Dante Irma told us some of her war stories which are always fascinating, until it was time to go. I haven't seen either of my cousins in about six years, so it ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility