Knights Inn - Bridgeport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the boys' chagrin - I didn't get too close, but used my zoom to snap a couple of pics.
When we finally found the lake, it was at the end of a dead end street in a very run down town. Big disappointment. It was marshy and dirty. We got back in the car and Ben suggested going to the McDonald's he had noticed earlier. When we got to the McDonalds I saw the sign ...
... 4 hour drive to Niagara Falls. Travel tip: when pulling up to Customs, be sure to stop at the white line, otherwise, you could get shot. At least that's what the Customs officer told us. There could be a felon with a gun in the car in front of us and the customs officer might have to shoot, and we would be in the crossfire. Luckily, the car in front of us apparently did not have a felon with a weapon. Once we found our hotel (I think it was after the 222nd ...
... was great though- they had every kind of crepe you could imagine. After lunch, the kids played a bit and we stopped in a few more shops before heading out to meet some of Tammy's family.
Caleb and the kids got to meet Tammy's Great Aunt Nancy, cousin Beverly, and first cousin once removed, PJ (yes we looked up the official relationship). The kids had a great time playing with Beverly's son while we visited for a couple hours.
... A river ran right through town and they had river boat tours.
The most amazing part of our short stay (only 1 night) was visiting the World's Largest Christmas Store. Believe me when I say it's the largest I really mean it. It had so much stuff inside I didn't even buy a thing which for me is a miracle. There was just too much to look at. So I just looked while Jim took pictures, lots and lots of pictures. It ...
... cloudy that I couldn't tell where the sun was in the sky. After 10 more miles of spinning wheels through my personal corn maze, I found a street with telephone poles. I followed the poles and eventually came upon a series of garage sale signs advertising a sale today. Miles later, I was thrilled to finally ...