Blue Berry Mountain Inn

Address: Thomas Rd., Blakeslee, Pennsylvania, 18610, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Thomas Rd., Blakeslee, is near Pocono Raceway.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Blue Berry Mountain Inn Blakeslee

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Travel Blogs from Blakeslee

Packed up!

A travel blog entry by kiwimitch2015 on Feb 08, 2015

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... food really quite edible and bags arrived unscathed. Can't ask much more than that!

Arrived at Casa Calma Hotel at 6am. Avery small boutique hotel that is enviromentaly friendly. Easy to spot in the street as the whole hotel is covered with a hanging garden!
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A the very beginning, how it all started

A travel blog entry by augustwanderer on Jan 23, 2015

I chose today to start my blog because it is a particularly fine day in Allentown: Sunny, cloudless, 40F degrees and more importantly: I just received my visa last night and booked my ticket, so Dharamsala, here I come, finally. Well, not quite. I need to get a few things clear. First of all, I have not got the faintest idea where I am from. I have lived at a few places in my life, some longer, some shorter, none of which I care to ...

Delaware Water Gap Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Nov 25, 2014

... was the last waterfall in the area, but I had a plan for one more. We were on Dingmans Creek just a mile or so upstream of Dingmans Falls. The road to the falls was closed, but perhaps we could just follow the creek downstream. We crossed the creek once again on the bridge below Deer Leap Falls and found a faint path following the creek downstream. We got on this and hiked about a half-mile to cross Milford Road and then continued ...

Steamtown National Historic Site

A travel blog entry by photokent on Oct 15, 2014

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... park houses a large collection of steam locomotives, freight and passenger cars, many of which have been restored or are in the process of restoration. We were able to tour the machine shop, part of the original yard, still a working shop filled with gigantic equipment used to repair and fabricate parts to keep the steam beasts running.

Part of the original roundhouse from 1902-1937 has been rehabilitated ...

Don Laine Campground

A travel blog entry by heavenonearth on Oct 14, 2014

... an oil change. On the back to the campground we went through Allentown and Bethlehem. There are some nice parts of both towns but there seem to be a lot more not-so-good parts. Palmerton was a very nice town. There are a lot of coal mines up in this area. The rolling hills around Palmerton were just beautiful. This was our last campground before we headed to Delaware to stay for the ...