Land's End Motel

Address: 70 Browns River Road, Sayville, New York, 11782, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 70 Browns River Road, Sayville, is near Heckscher State Park, The Sunken Forest, The Sunken Forest, and Blue Point Brewery.
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      Travel Blogs from Sayville

      Asia on My Mind

      A travel blog entry by alleifer on Aug 26, 2014

      ... the subsequent two decades. To me, at that time, Beijing looked like the land of a billion bicycles, staffed with Communist party loyalists disguising themselves as tour guides and a handful of showpiece tourist sites and foreign only hotels. We are coming back to a very different country with implications for global investments, nuclear nonproliferation, the earth’s climate system, and leapfrogging technologies. It promises to be an eye opening ...

      Thanksgiving MADNESS - awesome city

      A travel blog entry by fordade on Nov 30, 2013

      Growing up in New York, I have grown to love the loudness and tourists that this city brings everyday. Granted, most of my childhood I grew up in the suburbs of Long Island (I'll discuss that later) but later as adult, I began to truly appreciate all the city has to offer. My trip started early Thanksgiving day and getting to the airport. Oh my goodness- was I still sleeping? No! This is real! There really are no lines... anywhere, I guess ...

      We're Flying First Class on British Airways!!!

      A travel blog entry by mdutcher1 on Jul 03, 2013

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      So how did that happen? My husband... For Christmas, my husband put a book on his Amazon wish list; Do More, Spend Less by Brad Wilson. Huh boy. Little did I know what was to come. From the moment he picked it up and began reading, he was enthralled. Although we had been talking for years about going to Europe, it was little more than a wish and a prayer until ...

      Upper Class Immigrant

      A travel blog entry by rowansblog on Apr 27, 2013

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      ... we crashed a few weeks ago) from Deer Park. No one got lost or killed, despite the shadiness of the area. The beetle is in fine form and the parking lot at Davenport is looking pretty good (despite the continued lack of plates on the GTI).

      In the afternoon, we decided to go to Long Beach since it was so delightfully sunny. It was a bit of a drive, but any chance to take the 'Stang out is worth it (despite the small fortune spent on gas). There was a stingray ...

      Arrival

      A travel blog entry by finnegan2012 on Nov 04, 2012

      ... the relationship is so new, but to not surf the North Shore? That was weird.

      And now for NY. I’m dreading this trip a lot, both for the devastation I’m about to see and all the selfish reasons why I don’t want to be in NY – it’s cold, there’s no surf, it’s gray, and I’ll be working my butt off for the next ten days.

      I’ve spent the past seven hours on ...