Red Carpet Inn

Address: Rt. 37, 228 Trippany Rd, Massena, New York, 13662, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on Rt. 37, 228 Trippany Rd, Massena.
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Travel Blogs from Massena

Enjoying a weeks Carp fishing on the St. Lawrence

A travel blog entry by micktaylor on Sep 16, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... have been a couple of 50 pounders caught, quite a few over 40lbs and lots of thirties.
My smallest fish was just 6lbs, but out of the 21 I caught 17 were doubles!

Paul and Lisa put a lot of effort into making your stay enjoyable and I highly recommend that if you want to sample Canadian Carp fishing this is the place to do it.
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First Camping Trip

A travel blog entry by winniestravels on Jul 25, 2013

1 photo

... sight lines behind. Packed up the rig to get ready to head home, again a learning experience but no major goof-ups. Had to stop at dumping station, again a first, but all went well, learned to use rubber gloves!!! Rig much lighter when tanks empty! Stopped for lunch in Merrickville, what a big rig to park, never hit anything but had to park way down by fairgrounds. Pleasant drive home no problems, parked, unloaded and relaxing by ...

Good Bye Fundraiser

A travel blog entry by ianandjess on Sep 08, 2010

17 photos

... the guests arrived at 3pm. Once everyone was settled outside enjoying the company, we were given a little taste of what she had up her sleeve. Luckily, Grampa Kehoe was around after the rain stopped to direct the mopping and sweeping of the deck to ensure maximum efficiency and to ensure we could move all the guests back out into Peter and Judy's lovely backyard.

During all of ...

Massena, NY Day 2

A travel blog entry by maurices on Jun 07, 2010

15 photos

... leaving the Dwight D. Eisenhower Docks. The locks raise and lower as giant cargo ships travel between the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes carrying grain, iron ore, coal and steel. Since opening in 1959, more than 2.4 billion metric tons of cargo have been transported on the waterway with an estimated value of more than $400 billion. As the ship passed by Amanda was photographed wearing some very comfortable and stylish jeggings.

After a ...

Cornwall, Ontario

A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Oct 28, 2009

... cross-country ski trail network – it is endless.

Six Gun City comes alive in October and is best known for its spooktacular Halloween decorations and scary adventures. They have witch contests, laser tag, midnight go-karts, scary shows, a corn maze, an undertaker’s house, haunted hay rides and a haunted place called Boot Hill. No wonder its nicknamed "Ghost Town."

VERMONT: Through much of the state, the highway ...