Genesee Country Inn Bed And Breakfast

Address: 948 George Street, Mumford, New York, 14511, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 948 George Street, Mumford, is near Genesee Country Village & Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Mumford

    "America" Simon & Garfunkel

    A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Oct 03, 2014

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... our baggage from the hotel and WeGo'd to the bus terminal for our very first Greyhound bus ride over the border into the USA, to Buffalo City, then its airport. The bus and journey were effortless; the same cannot be said of US immigration, where even if you are totally unterrorist-like, you emerge feeling as if you look it. The questioning is not overly friendly and some of our mixed nationality bus passengers had ...

    Holley, NY (86 miles)

    A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Aug 21, 2014

    39 photos

    ... to search all the bags on our bikes. The official was really nice and interested in what we were doing on bikes for so long. He called us "serious bikers" and waved us through without inspection. The ride in NY was pretty and slightly hilly. We went through an indian reservation and ended up tKing a wrong turn down a giant hill. We had to climb it and it made me realize I lost my mountain muscles. This ...

    My time at Shelly and Howie's wonderful horse farm

    A travel blog entry by miriamdemedwe on Jul 05, 2012

    31 photos

    ... farm to find some of Shelly and Howie's older relatives, including Shelly's parents (who are also wonderful people!), playing a game of fives. Now, ordinarily, I hate these kind of games. But there was something so traditional and homely to this, I felt compelled to join in and loved it. It was a sort of way of accepting me and welcoming me into the family lifestyle, which after the craziness of New York, was just what I needed.
    Waking up the next day, I felt completely at ...

    Everglade

    A travel blog entry by erinnire on Dec 09, 2010

    4 photos

    ... of their help. Mombers usually mind their own business in their caves, but if you need them, good luck with that.

    Now, since you heard about the nicer place of Everglade, lets talk about the evil place. The evil place in Everglade is called The Dark Castle. Even the name sounds dark and scary. Anyways, the Dark family had been ruling Everglade ever since my great-great-great-great-great grandfather was born. The Dark family took advantage of ...

    Austin or Bust - First Leg

    A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Nov 01, 2010

    ... with sections for big rigs, RVs and cars. You just find a space, pull in and set up an abbreviated version of camp. The spaces aren't very wide; just wide enough for the camper, which means the slide can't go all the way out and I have to retract the stairs to stay within the lot lines. No big deal. This is nothing more than a place to sleep. Tomorrow we'll hit the Denny's for breakfast. Who said I ...