Greenwich Creek Lodge

Greenwich Creek, Long Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | Inn
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This inn, located on Greenwich Creek, Long Island, is near Sailors' Haven.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Greenwich Creek Lodge Long Island

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Travel Blogs from Long Island

We're Flying First Class!!! (continued)

A travel blog entry by mdutcher1 on Jul 04, 2013

... him the day before. Evelyn had recommended Ryan Air (which is like Spirit Air, which we hate), but not my husband. By lunch he had booked us on British Air, Business Class this time (smaller plane so no First Class cabin), to Dublin and back. And guess what? He used miles. Cool, right? But now we're almost out of miles. We definitely do not have enough for all of us to get home. ...

Bangkok: The Temples Are Spectacular!

A travel blog entry by travelmpq on Apr 21, 2013

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... catfish, protected from fishermen by the local monks, gorge themselves on loaves of bread flung from the boats by the tourists.

A perfect day was topped off with a traditional Thai massage at Chi, the Shangri-La's spa, where relaxation and meditation are about renewal and harmony.

For information on visiting Bangkok, contact the Tourism Authority of Thailand at www.tourismthailand.org.




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Cruising Long Island, Bahamas

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Dec 15, 2012

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... br> On the topic of the “unglamorous side of cruising”, while at Salt Pond the starboard side head became clogged. It could be pumped to the holding tank, but not overboard, meaning a clog was present in the overboard discharge hose downstream of the Y valve. Fixing this problem immediately became top priority and consumed several hours of our last full day here. Remember the broken engine throttle cable? Dave had ...

Meredith's Home

A travel blog entry by abbywarren10 on Mar 16, 2012

... Meredith, clearly at ease as if she were walking from her bedroom to the bathroom wandered through the stalls, greeting the men working there and kissing all of the huge horses. With a huge smile on her face, she led us through the stables and encouraged me to get over my apprehensions, step into the stalls and pet the horses.

Meeting her old horse Oaty was exciting for all of us and helped me understand why riding was such an important part of her life. Visiting ...

Waiting for Kym

A travel blog entry by nicola_locke on Dec 29, 2010

... into LA all flights to NY had been cancelled for the night but he was booked on an early for the following morning. JFK and the weather looked good even if there was a couple of feet of snow everywhere. Unfortunately there were delays the following day and each hour a further delay until the flight was cancelled altogether. The roads were really dangerous and although snow ploughs had cleared the snow from most roads the melting snow was turning to ice and was slippery. We ...