Cider Mill Inn

Address: 207 Glenwood Rd, Pine Island, New York, 10969-1640, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 207 Glenwood Rd, Pine Island, is near Pochuck Valley Farms.
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        Travel Blogs from Pine Island

        Drive to Bev's brothers home

        A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Jul 19, 2015

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        ... trying to route us out of the way until we finally figured out that it was set to avoid toll roads. Perhaps we should have. Once we got on the NY toll road, Bev took over. Boy was she sorry. She spent the entire 2 hours of her leg in stop and go traffic. All the New Yorkers were returning to the city from their weekend "up north". It was at least as bad as the I-75 south bound drive at ...

        Saving a life

        A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on Jul 26, 2014

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        ... shock and just nodded. One of the lifeguards said thanks for helping but then tried to cover their ass by saying how they were so much further away than me when she got into trouble. Felt like it was a bit of a macho thing for them and they wanted to all feel important when in reality all they did was swim a float over. Anyway! Glad I helped and took my mind off missing everyone enjoying global gathering back at home, even ...

        Last day with Josh!

        A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on Jul 05, 2014

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        Enjoyed our luxury hotel too much sleeping amazingly until midday. Met up with Henry and Tom foster for lunch at a famous an vs food BBQ joint. Had a huge pulled pork sandwich with enough meat to feed you for several weeks worth of protein. Found a German bar and bought a mini keg between us to dip on in their beer garden and chatted about Henry's job as a journalist for vice magazine and all the cool stuff he gets up to in Ukraine recently. Moved to a rooftop ...

        "Ewww, that smell "

        A travel blog entry by ocjambotroop241 on Jul 11, 2013

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        ... Paul’s, honoring many, including the fallen police officers and firefighters. The boys took a few minutes to rest & enjoy their electronics before heading to the 9/11 Memorial. Yet another opportunity to go through a full security checkpoint ! Very impressive memorial. I think the boys appreciated the experience. By this point, the heat has kicked up a bit, as well as some increased humidity—which explained why my fingers ...

        Caribbean Tomorrow!

        A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jun 26, 2013

        ... while I'm off on this tangent, check out Lederhosen, an authentic German biergarten in the village (39 Grove Street, NYC). It's very small, easy to walk past, but they have boots...DAS BOOT! Literally five days later (three business days) my passport arrived in the mail along with the original still holding my Brazilian visa. I couldn't believe it, the United States government comes in clutch ...