Kensington Inn Hotel
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... were engaged in a contest to possess the land. An abundance of wealth and privilege amidst a sea of despair. One moment beauty, the next harshness. Wealth , then poverty, Yet, our time spent among the friendly Cleves was satisfying, and the many wondrous sights endeared us to this land in ways unexpected. We wandered through large lush green places, busy comestible markets offering the freshest of foodstuffs, streets of shops in which the merchants ...
11pm. Parked on a residential street. Jp says we couldn't have driven a minute more! Dinner from a nearby convenience store (cashews and nutty bars). There was a huge, agitated guy in the store talking in grunts. Totally sketch. We ate at a picnic table for Ohio city ice cream. There were some guys hanging out at another table....one of them was talking about how he could eat chips until he ...
... people say that the Canadian side is cooler, and I am sure it has great views but we LOVED the Cave of the Winds. If you don't know what that is you travel down an elevator to the bottom of the falls where a series of platforms have been built that take you to the base of the Bridal Veil Falls. Did you know they have to tear it down every fall and rebuild it every spring because the ice from the lake would tear it apart? Tidbit of trivia for you. So we ...
... I will have a decision to make: whether to delay travel for tomorrow afternoon or continue with the current itinerary.
Steve and Jane have kindly said that we can stay as long as we need.
It seems that the medicine is helping and so I will wait until tomorrow to see.
... Patrick arrived an hour later and we figured out the real camp area. Perry is a small town supported by taxes paid by the local nuclear power plant. They have a beautiful campground north of town that is completely free. People just leave their trailers and RVs in the park, and they don't pay a dime. It was quite full, but no one was there. The view from our site was overlooking Lake Erie, and ...