Three Village Inn

150 Main Street, Stony Brook, New York, 11790, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 150 Main Street, Stony Brook, is near Paumanok Vineyards and Long Island Museum of American Art, History and Carriages.
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    Travel Blogs from Stony Brook

    Meredith's Home

    A travel blog entry by abbywarren10 on Mar 16, 2012

    ... wasn't only amusing (watching Lauren fail attempting to feed the horse a carrot), but also really gave me a better insight into what riding is about. I could see what connection Meredith has to her horses, and her riding friends and was really happy to have the opportunity to be apart of it! As I sit here and write, I am watching Mrs. Carr laboring over another amazing looking meal that I am so excited to eat and listening to a cat show in the background on the TV haha.


    Waiting for Kym

    A travel blog entry by nicola_locke on Dec 29, 2010

    ... not stop and neither did the wind, not for a long time. At first I enjoyed it, a winter wonderland but a combination of cabin fever and also the impending fact that Kym who left Australia may not be able to fly into JFK. I spent most of the next 2 days on the computer checking the weather report as well as the status of JFK. Things were so up and down and it ended up being a waiting game. To make matters worse Kym's flight from Sydney to LA was delayed by 5 hours. When ...

    Catamount Tree Top Adventure

    A travel blog entry by anniela on Oct 10, 2010

    16 photos

    ... barely remember them;made me nervous about climbing on our own and getting stuck. But I figured if the people at Catamount trust us enough to let us loose on tree tops, I'll be fine.

    So we were told to start on the green course and work our way up to the blue, black and double black. Ok this shouldn't be bad at all- actually exciting to cross wooden bridges and walk through ropes, wires and tunnels. Not to mention the zip lining! That was the best part. After an hour ...


    A travel blog entry by tannoreth on Sep 09, 2010

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... iced tea I had yesterday) that I went to sleep with my head on a table. Climbing is Lloyd's new hobby, he goes twice a week.

    I cooked some food when we got back. It felt good to cook again. I made Lloyd come shopping with me to get onions. He now also has some metal forks (instead of plastic ones). Now we are off out to go club. Wish me luck!

    Weather Continues Charming (for the most part)

    A travel blog entry by tannoreth on Sep 08, 2010

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... however and after changing at Hicksville (yes it really exists) I arrived at Penn Station on Manhattan.

    I bought myself a cinnamon danish and walked north to Times square to eat it. So many flashing lights! It was good to see such a famous place. After breakfast I walked east to the New York public library. Behind it there is a lovely green area called Bryant park. There is a statue of the man himself by the library with ...