Comfort Inn Middletown
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The stay at Comfort Inn was really awesome....as we went during the winter time so there wasn't much crowd.....the services n amenities included in the package were real good.....an ocean front view room with all the basic amenties like heater,mini refrigerator,television, microwave n the most important thing for the ladies the hairdryer..... and all these for a very affordable rate.....i will recommend Comfort Inn to everyone.......2 thumbs up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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... cold beer (or two) and a spot of lunch. Along the way met and chatted to a few of the people we’ve got to know so far.
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