Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Wellsville

Address: 30 W Dyke St, Wellsville, New York, 14895, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 30 W Dyke St, Wellsville.
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      Travel Blogs from Wellsville

      Time with the Grand Babies

      A travel blog entry by larryg59 on Sep 23, 2013

      So this is the first time we have had internet connection..since we left Monroeville, so there will be a couple of entries to catch you up, We had a long day at our 1st event, it rained which made it very miserable...but we over came that problem.....we had about 7 people working for us and that made life easy, when it came to repacking everything....so all in all was not bad. So ...

      Wes's Wedding Weekend

      A travel blog entry by larryg59 on Sep 06, 2013

      So we left about 8 this morning to head up north for the wedding, sure is strange to be back on the east coast......so different, the hills (mountains) have trees on them, unlike the west the mountains have no trees on them.....was kinda of funny flying the other day to the east coast, all the lights that you see and how populated the east coast is, compared to the west coast when your flying over all you see is farm land and a whole lot of nothing.....it's the same way when ...

      On the road AGAIN!

      A travel blog entry by sanditravel on Sep 03, 2010

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      ... and I left without him! He got to Sweden Valley about an hour after we did. Bob and Ernie shared the "honeymoon" suite, which was a very large, old, smelly cabin with 4 beds in one room and a kitchen. More like a ranch hand's bunk house. I had a much smaller "bunk house", which was just as old and smelly. $75 a night, and ...

      Construction 101

      A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Jul 14, 2010

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      It's Charles,

      We've been talking about finishing out our travel blog, so here is another entry.

      We stayed at Pollywogg Holler in New York for our last stop on our work exchange journey. Pollywogg is an eco-resort managed by Bill Castle and his family. Here is the link http://www.pollywoggholler.com. Bill is a master craftsman who built all of the structures ...

      Living in the Country with Maple Syrup Farmers

      A travel blog entry by nickandsara on Jul 24, 2009

      ... Fire-starter’!

      After spending 16 days living with Bryan and Donna, we have now moved into Mike’s house while he is away in Philadelphia for 10 days. Mike feeds the bears in his huge back garden that borders onto forest, and during the last 5 days here we have been visited regularly by the bears and deer. It is wonderful though having our own space again, and it is such a beautiful space. We sit on the back porch of an evening ...