While i'm here, is the Best Western in Sandusky an okay place? It's only $59, so I thought i'd ask. TIA
*** Edited 11/23/2006 12:38:45 AM UTC by SFGAdv lover***
They have hotel/ campground guests that come in at all times.
what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard.
Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it.
I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
Dental Plan! Lisa Needs Braces.
7 Years ago, when I worked at Best Buy, I used to love closing during snow storms, because when we got out, there would be 4 or 5 cars in this giant snow covered parking lot, where we would do donuts to our hearts content.
And I'm not exagerrating when I say I was the first car in the lot.. I actually was in the lot before the sun crested the horizon. I was at PKI the night before, and drove overnight, slept for about an hour at a rest area, and got to CP in the vicinity of 6am, so I stopped off at Castaway Bay to check out what it looked like (never stopped by inside yet), and then as soon as it began to get light outside I figured I'd head over and "start the line" on the causeway, only to find out that it was already open with a parking attendant... Fun times, right Arson? :)
(and yes I'm from east of the Mississippi :) )
The Chausee comes in on the right, and the causeway comes in on the left. If you're coming from the East to go to the park on Route 2, you'll likely get off the highway at Rye Beach Road, and there's a turn-off there for the Chausee. It's actually called Cedar Point Road, I believe.
The Chausee used to be the only way to get to the park besides by boat, and then the causeway was built in the late 50s/early 60s, I believe.
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