Days Inn Dunkirk - Fredonia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Fredonia
... the streets and paths. The students are lively and seem especially attractive to look at....I think Taylor agreed with that. Taylor is majoring in Business with a Music Industry concentration. He's off to the races, with his whole exciting life in front of him.
Here is a photo of Taylor with his Dad~
... with the license plate "Elvis 1". Emma didn't get the rap section, was very confused why the Beastie Boys had a huge VW dangling from their neck. I didn't do a very good job explaining why that was cool, either. The outfits in the Funk section were outstanding! Some very cool Jimi Hendrix clothes, too!
Another VERY cool feature for almost every artist displayed, was hand written lyrics. Ryan loved seeing Joe Walsh's "Life's Been Good". There was ...
... street with a very small cul-de-sac which didn't look as though Jeff would be able to turn the motor home and attached car dolly around to get us out the next day. An RV with dolly attached CANNOT be backed up under any circumstances. If you get yourself into a situation where you don't have enough room to turn the RV and dolly around, you have to unload the car, take it off the dolly, take the dolly off the RV, move the RV, and then do ...
... getting to be a little late, and we still had to visit my longtime friend Trinette. She came to see me in Ottawa in the summer, so I wanted to catch up over some tea. She lives near my cousin, so we went there for a bit, met her new dog, Dora, who is a hyperactive border collie, similar to my mom's border collie, Destiny. All the boys hung out at my house while the shower was going on, but by the time me and my mom got back home, ...
... Jim Leff has created a fabulous site (chowhound.com) that we have used for many years when looking for new food in a new city. His FAQ section describes a chowhound as someone who spends nearly every waking moment planning his/her next meal. Whether dining in an expensive cafe or grabbing a quick scrambled egg sandwich to munch on the way to work, chowhounds hate to ingest anything undelicious, and they won't hesitate to go far out of their way for something slightly ...