Cider Mill Inn

207 Glenwood Road , Pine Island, New York, 10969, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 207 Glenwood Road , Pine Island, is near Pochuck Valley Farms.
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    Travel Blogs from Pine Island

    Ridge Wood Pancake House

    A travel blog entry by edddadams on Jul 25, 2014

    ... just as the sun was setting we took Dobby to another one of Charlie's favourite places, a nature reserve popular on a Friday afternoon. We walked up a small mountain intertwining through lakes to the top. Right at the top on a rocky plinth sticking out from the forest we saw the skyline of Manhattan. Slightly misty, was clearly ...

    Trip to the US - New Jersey

    A travel blog entry by rjdemp on Aug 21, 2013

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    ... A day at the office for Jane talking about Manila and catching up with everyone
    - A night “down the shore”. Went to Ocean Grove to spend the night with Corbett and Barbara. Dinner at Cubano’s on the Asbury Park boardwalk and beach time trying to brave the frigid water.

    The New Jersey visit was too short! On to ...

    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

    ... what I was seeing. I don’t mean seeing Weird Al dressed in Amish garb, plowing fields and scaring tourists away, but I mean the beautiful fields, the buggies and the obvious cultural differences that stick out and are put right in your face. I kept telling my father about how much I wanted to go to the mysterious land that lay across the Delaware Memorial Bridge and down the highway in southern Pennsylvania. He finally agreed and ...

    The Word 'Travel' Has Many Meanings, Ya Know

    A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jun 26, 2013

    ... the adults and children around my age and under since English is taught in most of the schools in the developed parts of Brazil. We ended up taking a very long and dragged out bus ride even further south, to the last state, Rio Grande do Sul, to see her father’s side of the family. Where we were is very much inhabited by Germans and it was very much dotted with farms and beautiful countryside scenery. Her mother’s side, the Italians, in Francisco Beltrão, were ...