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    Default hotel in port clinton pa

    their use to be a hotel in port clinton,pa that was a nice place to eat and stay for the night can anyone give me that name!would appreciate it.ky

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    Port Clinton Hotel (probably what you are thinking of) or the Union House B&B.

    Or stay at the Pavillion and eat at 3Cs (bfast and lunch only, I think).

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    I do believe it is the port clinton hotel! and have stayed at the pavillion in 99 thanks.

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    Port Clinton Hotel and Bar.



    $.75 Yuengling (for a 7 oz glass), HUGE Philly cheesesteak, and french fries with gravy. The Yuengling and fries with gravy were new to me. I enjoyed plenty of both.
    If people spent less time being offended and more time actually living, we'd all be a whole lot happier!

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    Madame and I stayed there in 2007. The place is great. If you eat in the restuarant be careful about the size of french fries you order. I think the large size may be served on a wheel barrow. The 3 c's had very filling breakfasts at very reasonable rates.

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    They have some of the best hot-wings I have ever had. They were so hot, I was almost unable to finish them! Yuengling is probably the only reason I survived the experience.

    -Hare

    ps: Don't forget to stop by the candy shop before leaving town. Those chocolate covered coffee beans kept me well caffeinated all the way to DWG.

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