The Hedges Inn

74 James Lane, East Hampton, Hamptons, New York, 11937, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 74 James Lane, East Hampton, is near Main Beach, Steven Stolman, Christopher Fischer, and Tracy Feith.
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    Under 2 weeks left at camp.....

    A travel blog entry by inlinemonkey89 on Aug 06, 2014

    ... me. Another sad day for me because the second session of kids left and they were the biggest amount of ids ever in 1 unit since the camp opened and some of them where brilliant and funny plus a few of the 6 weekers went home. Which was sad because I felt like there older brother helping them and them giving me hugs to say goodbye was nice, asking me if I was coming back next year and me not knowing the answer. Whoops. ...

    Day 8: A quiet day in Connecticut

    A travel blog entry by tjstaggs on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... hosted 150 years ago, such as the cooperage (making barrels), the shipwright (ship's blacksmith), clock shop (necessary to repair the chronometers used for navigating), and many others.We went on board a couple of the vessels, including the Joseph Conrad, a large sailing ship.

    Unfortunately for us, the ship I had really wanted to visit, the Charles W. Morgan, had been restored and set sail for ...

    Day 7: Up the East Coast

    A travel blog entry by tjstaggs on Aug 01, 2014

    17 photos

    After a restful night, Alex and I woke up to join the Bolsters for breakfast, before heading out to the airport. Once there, I had the chance to take two more kids flying: Daniel and Rebecca. In each case, we took off, then I let them fly the plane for a few minutes, including some easy turns. Next, we toured their town, flew over the house and schools, then came back to the airport. At the field, I gave each a fun experience as we went missed approach ...

    Back to the mad house...

    A travel blog entry by inlinemonkey89 on Jul 29, 2014

    ... which was funny but then another huge bang went and then the lights went out in the camp, I was thinking complete blackout for the entire night but then it came back on again it was kind of scary, then the rain came but here the rain doesn't happen like England when it just spits, it just falls and I mean 0-60 in 1 second. It's either your wet or wet. They were he only 2 types of rain they have. Thursday was a pretty born day to be honest, just taught hockey and had a few ...

    Mystic

    A travel blog entry by nevans07 on Jul 10, 2014

    12 photos

    ... amazing dinner view. Mystics centre was quaint with idyllic old buildings, a picturesque draw bridge, interesting little shops, good food and a surprising amount of places to get a drink. This all in all provided a great little rural escape to break up the copious amount of cities we had coming, so the next few days we hired bikes to explore, sampled more of the amazing seafood and enjoyed the local beer before we headed to ...