Sugar Loaf Bed and Breakfast

16 Pines Hill Road, Sugar Loaf, New York, 10981, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16 Pines Hill Road, Sugar Loaf, is near Bear Mountain State Park, Museum Village, The Golf Club at Mansion Ridge, and Monroe Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Sugar Loaf

    We have arrived!!!

    A travel blog entry by minaco on Dec 29, 2013

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    ... and yet exciting at the same time. Our first stop was to locate the pick up area for our New Year's Eve tickets, which has been ordered online, but were required to be picked up in person. We noticed when looking at our tickets that the price had more than doubled since purchasing them a month ago. So glad we got them when we did, or we wouldn't have bought them. But, an evening at Guy Fieri's restaurant with good food, entertainment, and unbelievable atmosphere should be a good ...

    From Seton Hall Pirate to...Caribbean Pirate?

    A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jun 26, 2013

    ... same day. You can research this federal agency and call them a week or so in advance to schedule a mandatory in-person interview. You need to be there early and must bring all of the documents listed on their website as well as on the state.travel.gov website and proof of travel as long as you are traveling within two weeks of the interview. I’ll keep you informed of my experience as well as my ...

    The Word 'Travel' Has Many Meanings, Ya Know

    A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jun 26, 2013

    ... was somewhat of a culture shock to me, not so much though; maybe it was the gas prices per liter that disturbed me the most and the fact that I could drink at 20 years old legally and feel like a badass. It was a nice vacation for me as it was for my girlfriend, especially one in which I met most of her family. I ended up falling in love with every part of that country I visited. I was not able to visit the northern part of Brazil, considering that the states of São Paulo ...

    Tag-Teaming

    A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey on Nov 03, 2010

    We had the day off today! Well.. kinda...

    We had to spend a day or two outside of Long Island while we wait to stay on Long Island for our Friday show. Thursday would have been on Staten Island, but that show cancelled (thankfully!).
    So we had two days in New Jersey. Fortunately, our friends the Barnwells are going along the same route we are. They had a show in Little Falls, NJ, today, and we decided to join forces and ...

    We're off and running...literally

    A travel blog entry by brittod on May 04, 2010

    I'm not sure who will be reading this so there are some things I will preface. I apologize for those who already know my story. Anywhoo, for those of you who didn't notice I've already been gone for about 3 weeks (I know time flies). Basically, I've been saving up since I graduated last year to do this trip with mi hermana, the lovely Kimberly/Kimber/Kim/Mumbles. She ...