Chimney Hill Estate & Ol' Barn Inn

Address: 207 Goat Hill Rd, Lambertville, New Jersey, 08530, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 207 Goat Hill Rd, Lambertville, is near New Hope & Ivyland Railroad, Delaware Canal, Farely's Bookshop, and Haas Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Lambertville

    Back in the US

    A travel blog entry by alyssakatz on Jul 20, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... the niņas to get a machete to clear the area around the planted trees. Xiao Hua took the first shift, and as she whacked away at the surrounding grass, she suddenly stood up with a look of horror on her face. We realized she had sliced one of the trees in half! We all burst out laughing, as she almost cried, and Juan Carlos assured her that it would still grow just fine. She handed over the machete to me and went to inform Matt, Julia, and Grace that they were now the proud owners ...

    Field Service & Evening Program

    A travel blog entry by johnfblack on Jun 19, 2014

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... freely. After that the little kids sang some kingdom songs - that was sweet.

    We finished up around 2.30. The hospitality and Christian love shown by these folks was out of this world. But after all, it is what we have come to expect among Jehovahs people

    Next on the agenda was an evening gathering and dinner. But where? No one knew. What a surprise!

    See you there.

    John and Helen
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    Great Game Tips For The Mother And Father

    A travel blog entry by 4vindictus569 on Nov 20, 13

    ... children can enjoy, and just presents them information which is suitable for them. It also protects them using their company unsavory players, too.

    Illuminate the screen. Games in abandoned buildings or dark caves can produce awesome ambiance, nevertheless it won't help you perform better. Having a muted screen you will find it hard to identify objects and colours while you play your games. Improving the brightness may modify the feel of your game but it might ...

    Rock 'n' Roll tour, surprise b'days & river tubing

    A travel blog entry by rene77 on Aug 10, 2013

    60 photos

    ... Hall for a few drinks and a couple of games of bocce – it was heaps of fun! We’d watched people play previous times but never had a chance to play. I think we might have to go back!

    We’ve got lots of exciting things lined up for the next two weeks. Lulu’s loving all the extra attention and will go on “doggy vacay” again when we go to Long Island on Monday where she get even more attention and get to sleep on Anna’s ...

    Coming to America

    A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash on Sep 17, 2012

    5 photos

    ... someone and them directing us downstairs. The lady at the ticket counter said that if we ran really fast that we could catch the 10pm bus, the next bus was at 11pm. It was currently 9:58. For some reason (I blame tiredness) I thought we could actually catch the 10pm bus. So I was yelling at sick Subash to hurry up, who was carrying 2 big backpack and his day pack. While I ran around like a headless chicken all over Port Authority trying to find our platform, Subash was on his ...