Tom Quick Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Milford
... Turns out it is a very well renowned place. There were at least 30 cars and 20 motorcycles there when we arrived-and people just kept coming. We soon found out why. Also revisited the Demarest Valley Winery. The dear old Italian owner was still there and running it. He is now 82 years young. His Grappa still kicks ass. Yesterday we took the train to NYC and then the subway to the 911 Memorial and Museum . We all experienced a gamut of emotions going through ...
Stopped for lunch at a Rt 84 Country store high on a hill. Saw some unique items. Lake Wallenpaupack is close by but no time for tubing!! LJ
I played packman for free and saw a cool 8N tractor and a huge teepee. RJ
There was plenty of interesting things to examine, making it a well worthwhile visit for lunch. PJ Onward to New York ...
... people watching too. All shapes, sizes and colour - so many different bathing suits.
Jack had a nice break away from his camp for the day, before we knew it the day was over. We had dinner in a typical American diner which looked like a big silver caravan on the side of the freeway, great food. Said our goodbyes to him at his camp gate in the dark and made our way along the country road for the first time at night, which was a bit daunting trying to find ...
... made friends with him, a big black man from the Mississippi, his accent is sooooo cool. Russell needed a photo of himself next to his big rig, a famous brand in the US - Peterbilt.
First day of rain on this trip, very humid, not good for curly hair trying to stay straight! Have been to a grotty super market & picked up some yummy cherries, bananas, breakfast stuff. At ...
... got to share this experience with my wife, kids and parents. I hope the kids remember what they learned and what they saw on this journey as much as i will.
This was a trip of a lifetime and I am so grateful that we seized the opportunity and did it. Teddy was amazing from how he planned every detail in only a month's time to how he drove almost every mile to how he set up and broke down the camper ...