Travelodge Port Clinton
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After a 7 hour drive that should have taken 5, we finally arrived at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, OH. Gary and I set up the RV while the boys enjoyed some time in the park. The following day Gary and I enjoyed some time in the park with the ...
... and some of them have long stretches of unshaded queues. And to those of you who visit on a holiday weekend, I have a padded room I'd like to introduce you to.
I alluded to this in the last post, but the real surprise came for dinner. Theme parks are notorious for expensive food, so I planned on leaving the park for dinner. On the way out, I noticed that one of the windows said "buffet".
Now, I'm not sure if ...
It's been raining and thunder storming off and on (more on than off) since yesterday. When it's not raining the fish flies swarm us if we try to take a walk through the grass. So we're hunkered down on Meander getting a few things done ...
... A Slave. We started with Grisham, and it's quite compelling...no concerns about sleeping at the wheel, Mom. The XM radio rounds off our selection of entertainment.
The drive is only a bit more than 5 hours, so pretty short compared to some of our other legs. I had to figure out something to see along the way because there's only so much time you can spend on a waterfront. I decided on Seneca Caverns, which is about half an hour from Sandusky. ...
... pretty quiet on a Monday afternoon but it is evident that the main income stream for island business comes from liquor sales, tee shirts, and golf cart rentals. It's a cross between Key West and The Villages. I did manage a beer at Mojito Bay but we passed on the golf cart and I have plenty of tee shirts already. We visited the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility