Botel Fire Island Pines

Address: Harbor Walk, Fire Island Pines, Fire Island, New York, 11782, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Harbor Walk, Fire Island Pines, is near Boomers Family Fun Park, Blue Point Brewery, and Sailors' Haven.
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    Travel Blogs from Fire Island Pines

    Where It All Starts

    A travel blog entry by ashley_wilmot on Nov 21, 2014

    8 photos

    ... up sounding like a good deal. I applied and was officially accepted on October 13th, 2014. I was planning on going on this adventure alone but ended up talking to my friend, Lexi "Myles", and it turned out she wanted to go abroad too. Although she originally planned on going to New Zealand, she was down to go anywhere and decided she was going to come with me. It all worked out considering I plan on stopping in New Zealand anyway. Lexi and I ...

    Homeward Bound & Summary

    A travel blog entry by marty387 on Nov 01, 2014

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... past week it's been in the mid 80's, and I've been walking around in shorts. It rained only once when we visited the Terra-Cotta Warriors in Xi'an. It didn't affect us in any way, as we were indoors.

    Photography

    Between both of us, we have close to 2,500 photos. We took over 3,000, but deleted those we didn't care for each day. It seemed as though there was a photo opportunity around every corner. I photographed scenery, ...

    Graduation, Cemeteries and a Farm

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jun 20, 2014

    28 photos

    ... an American mythologist, writer and lecturer. He is best known for his work in comparative mythology and comparative religion, covering many aspects of the human experience. I've read five or six of his books. If you plan on reading only one, I would recommend The Hero With a Thousand Faces.

    Bill Moyers starts his introduction to his conversation with the following:

    "At a preview of John Huston's last film, The Dead, based on ...

    Great To Be On Vacation, Great To Be Back Home

    A travel blog entry by marty387 on Aug 29, 2013

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... they could to see that you were happy. Our cabins were tiny, but we expected that, as I had seen photos of the Iris online. We did have plenty of room for storage, but it was difficult not to bump into one another. The bathroom (or head in seaman's terms) was impossible to turn around it without bumping into a wall. The shower was the big surprise as it was quite strong. Meals on board left a lot to be desired and to the imagination. The cook was not too creative, but in ...

    The move.

    A travel blog entry by rowansblog on May 15, 2013

    9 photos

    ... through the house, everything seemed to be in order. He is in the process of removing all his hoardings from the last several years from the basement, but in the process is finding stuff which we might like, which is handy I suppose. We got a rather good fold-out couch set from him, although this we had to pay for, but it does mean that guests will have somewhere to sleep (until we get a racing car bed for the guest room, flatmates permitting...).

    Rooms were decided in ...