Comfort Inn

Address: 3925 Vineyard Dr., Dunkirk, New York, 14048, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3925 Vineyard Dr., Dunkirk.
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    Travel Blogs from Dunkirk

    Magical Malta

    A travel blog entry by smyth on Mar 29, 2014

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    So we are home for just a day or two, hanging out in Crystal Beach and as usual, having a latte and reading the Star this morning.

    And what is on the front page of the Toronto Star travel section? You guessed it...a feature on Malta!

    Here is how it begins:

    "They use British style red phone booths. Many say grazie to express thanks and refer to God as Allah ...

    For yous guys

    A travel blog entry by jimh22854 on Jul 15, 2013

    1 comment

    ... 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, ...

    What are you doing in Dunkirk?

    A travel blog entry by dan.donnab on May 16, 2012

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    The ghost at the Olde Angel Inn didn't put on a slam-bang show, but he did make himself known in several small ways. We experienced frigid breezes, the feeling that someone was behind you coming up the stairs, and items going missing. The most interesting thing that happened was the mysterious disappearance of a Canadian nickel.

    Ginger recalled seeing it on the wainscoting next to the bed earlier in the evening, but none of the rest of us ...

    Another great city

    A travel blog entry by alexcooper on Aug 12, 2010

    ... to Charleston, this is where the trail ends. On the way back we walked through another area of town called Beacon Hill.

    The streets in Boston are amazing, they are lined with trees whose branches over hang the road and meet in the middle to create a canopy, the terrace houses look to be renovated or restored to their original design and are stunning and even the street lamps are old style which just adds to the feel! Again another massive day ...

    Great Lake Erie

    A travel blog entry by chadmarco on Jul 24, 2010

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    After dealing with the border patrol it was late and we didn't make it to much further down the road. A huge thunder storm was building and we pulled into a Walmart in this little town around 9pm. We had a real good show from the lightning. A lot of it was sheet lightning and sometimes a bolt would start in the distance then come straight over our heads. The rains came later. We ate a late dinner and were out by 11.