Stony Brook Inn

Address: River Rd, PO Box 240, Shawnee on Delaware, Pennsylvania, 18356, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on River Rd, PO Box 240, Shawnee on Delaware, is near Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Shawnee Mountain Ski Area, Water Gap Trolley, and Alpine Mountain.
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Travel Blogs from Shawnee on Delaware

Lehigh!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Jul 11, 2015

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2 hour flight to Philadelphia + 20 min train ride to center city + 2 hour wait/lunch + 1.5 hour bus ride later... I am at Lehigh University!!! It is a gorgeous campus with a lot of hills and concrete steps. The midday heat rivaled that of Atlanta. I managed to get checked in, shower and nap before going to an all staff dinner! It's a much bigger camp with 14-15 staff members and 120 students! Seems like a diverse, nice mix of people. I am ...

Leaving on a jet plane

A travel blog entry by ireneleslie on Jul 08, 2015

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Leaving on a jet plane for Paris and then flying in to Basel, Switzerland where we board our river boat the Melody and begin our journey. Join us as we meander down the Rhine and Mosel rivers, visiting five countries along the way. Most of you know when we travel...it's always an adventure...so buckle up, com'on along and we hope you enjoy the ...

Pennsylvania Purgatory

A travel blog entry by jwatson on Jun 23, 2015

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... probably the most challenging part of Pennsylvania: the climb out of Lehigh Gap. It was more than 900 feet up over eight-tenths of a mile, and it was more challenging than even that description conveys. The first part was just your typical uphill slog, even if very steep, but then we came to a section where we were literally climbing the rocks using our hands too. That took a lot of energy, what with our big packs and trying to juggle trekking poles as well. Then came ...

In Pennsylvania

A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy on Apr 29, 2015

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... Diorama a visit to the Battlefield will be much more appreciated. We did a self-guided driving tour of the Battlefield. It took a good 5 hours to go through the Battlefield and was well well worth it. Absolutely spectacular. While in the wide open landscape of the battlefield, you envision the troops marching up the hills in front of you. This is something that everyone should see/do.

Living history encampments bring history back to ...

Ringing Rocks

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Nov 24, 2014

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... and began hitting the rocks. Due to an unusual resonance of the rocks, they ring like a bell when hit with a hammer. We spent a while here, banging on the rocks and making “music”. It was a really unique experience. When we were finished, we headed to Doylestown and unpacked. Sandy’s uncle told us people had been banging those rocks since he was a ...