Ashford Cottage Bed & Breakfast

Address: 23 Oakland Avenue, Warwick, New York, 10990, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 23 Oakland Avenue, Warwick, is near Mount Peter.
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    Count down to departure one week to go

    A travel blog entry by finndkh on Oct 07, 2013

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    I am now just a week away from starting my grand irish adventure! I am starting this travel blog to chroncial my trip to Ireland. I hope to update at least once a week but possibley more often as time allows and blog worthy events occur. Its been a crazy road to get to this trip and I hope to pack in as much as Ireland has to offer during my three month trip!
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    Caribbean Tomorrow!

    A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jun 26, 2013

    ... for an hour and a half waiting until my number was finally called. I was told it's never usually that packed, but since schools were nearing their end for the academic year and the summer was about to begin, it was mobbed. All I had to do was show my documents, proof of my travel within two weeks, and a nice hefty $195 check, I was set. I was told the new passport would be sent in regular ...

    Living in an Amish Paradise

    A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jun 26, 2013

    ... The land of the Pennsylvania Dutch is one of excitement and exploration. You really learn a lot about a culture that is only a few hours away (depending on where you live) and sometimes even right in your backyard. It’s interesting to see how others live and comparing it to how we live, it is a huge difference. I came to learn a lot about a group that still lives and thrives tax-free in America and that experience I will hold ...

    Tropical Storms ruin everything

    A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Jun 07, 2013

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    ... rain was so heavy, it kept most people home. We visited a couple of ice cream/donut shops and John juggled and made balloon animals for the customers, while Roger and a couple of volunteers from the Y passed out flyers and tried to sell tickets.

    We made our own fun when customers weren't around though...we had a great time getting to know Roger and the two ladies with us (Lisa and I forgot the other woman's ...

    Good News, Bad News

    A travel blog entry by pedfri01 on Dec 08, 2009

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    ... br> The recruiter is not sure how long it will take. It could be days, weeks, months etc. He is optimistic that everything will work out, and I choose to agree with him.

    I cant feel sorry for myself. Over the weekend i found out that one of my good friends lost his 3 year old daughter to brain cancer. I feel sorry for him and his family. My problems are nothing compared to his, and countless other people in the world today. It certainly helps to keep things in ...