Red Carpet Inn Milford

Address: 240 Route 6, Milford, Pennsylvania, 18337, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 240 Route 6, Milford, is near Gillinder Glass Factory & Museum, Westfall Winery, Delaware River, and Milford Beach.
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      A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 07, 2015

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... we will leave snow behind us tomorrow. We are ready to hit the road again. Take off time should be around 9:00, we are packing a lunch from Frettas Italian Food Specialties, an authentic Salumeria now operated by fourth generation, Joseph. His ancestors established Frettas in 1906 in Little Italy, New York. As I said lots of history.

      It is 1 degree today, we have just gone over 1000 km. many more to go!



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      Rest Stop

      A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 06, 2015

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... dinner. His handshake is strong. Tony loved his Yellow Fin Tuna.......food is such an important component, especially for me, of holiday/ vacations. Tony is amazed that I eat more when away then when I am home. Yes! Someone is cooking me dinner. Loving it.

      We head up, again checking out the photos. Would be a good idea if dates were recorded beside all of the Visitors signatures. Photos are as new as yesterday, as old as the first photograph ever taken. Very cool. More tomorrow.
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      Christmas in Callicoon

      A travel blog entry by margarnold on Dec 26, 2014

      47 photos

      ... stood. The fumes in the air were enough to intoxicate! We survived the long journey with an entertaining passing parade of drunks, mostly happy, sometimes paralytic. A very tall Spanish man held up his short mate like a ventriloquist with his arm up the back of a dummy. Around Hounslow, a succession of high heeled young ladies wearing little but frilly dresses descended from the top deck and alighted into the crisp 2 degree dawn. There must have been a dozen of them. We arrived ...

      A visit to Blue Stone Studio

      A travel blog entry by familymojo on Nov 23, 2014

      4 comments, 9 photos

      ... hand. It's amazing. (Apparently we aren't the only ones who think so, because some of his work is in the Smithsonian.)

      The best part is that he is an incredibly nice guy. He invited all of us (me, Phil, the kids, other cousins, aunts and in-laws) to gather around and watch him throw some of his signature "Shohola Bells" on his wheel in the studio. He patiently answered questions and demonstrated the ancient ...

      Snowman!

      A travel blog entry by familymojo on Nov 13, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      We had just enough snow for the kids to make a snowman. In this pic, Vivi had shed her coat, but Payson had only just put his on; they worked up quite a sweat rolling up all the snow in the whole backyard. But it kept falling after they went to bed, enough that we had a pretty white lawn in the morning. ...