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

      ... of us in our early to mid 30’s. We each had exhibited outstanding stock picking and team leadership talents, but we were short on hands-on overseas experience and we had our hands full running the biggest U.S. based asset management enterprise. Yet, the rest of the world’s markets were ripe for our type of in depth corporate analysis and stock picking style, and, increasingly, the 401K clients wanted us to provide it. And, although ...

      The Rain Catches Up With Us

      A travel blog entry by marty387 on Jun 13, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... the Harbor View Hotel
      prepare box lunches for us.

      The 260 ride took 5 1/2 hours and we were home by 6:30 pm. Amazingly
      we hit no traffic, even though at 3 pm the radio said that the Long Island Expressway
      and Northern State were at a standstill. I guess everyone on the
      road decided to have an early getaway to the Hampton's. We tried to
      take the ferry from New London to Orient Point, but they were booked. The only
      issue was the ...

      Tanzania...what have I gotten myself into?!

      A travel blog entry by danielleb516 on Mar 12, 2014

      ... after I got in the van I was like “what if this is not who we were supposed to go with?”

      The vans were FALLING apart…Side note about the vans: I literally broke a seat in every single one.

      Driving at night there was the sketchiest thing I have ever experienced. They have no street lights, and what you would consider a one way street here, they consider like a 3 lane highway.. you come SO close to the cars on the other side of ...

      Thoughts three months after

      A travel blog entry by finnegan2012 on Feb 05, 2013

      5 photos

      ... be grateful that I got to go back and help. That I could help, even just a little. It will always be my hometown.

      Needless to say, the devastation was worse than I could have imagined. Miles upon miles of water-logged cars, boats on train tracks, piles of garbage 10 feet high in front of EVERY house.

      I can't describe it even if I tried.

      I'm just grateful I was there. ...

      Returning "home"

      A travel blog entry by finnegan2012 on Nov 01, 2012

      2 photos

      ... before I could help and not just be in the way.

      My mother just texted me, though, that she’s sitting in her house, alone, without lights, worrying that the looters were coming. It makes me feel guilty that I’m sitting in the sunshine, relaxing in a Starbucks, playing on the computer. But the most important thing is to be helpful to her, not to do something just because I feel guilty.

      So I’m off to Oahu and then to NY. Again. ...