Travelodge Mount Pocono
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Travelodge Mount Pocono
TripAdvisor Reviews Travelodge Mount Pocono
Travel Blogs from Mount Pocono
We got to Lafayette for an info session and tour. The info sessions focused very much on Lafayette proud focus on the broad focus of a liberal arts education and the importance of this type of schooling. Felt very similar to the Tufts presentation which was ...
Milford, in Pike County is the North gate to the 70,000 acre Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. It was once called "the prettiest county seat in America" and is known since the 1880's as the "birthplace of the conservation movement". With this early belief to promote sustainability and responsible management of natural resources, Milford holds a lot of respect by its residents and visitors alike. In warmer months there ...
... Golden Age. Operated by his family for over 124 years, the hotel hosted U.S. Presidents (Teddy Roosevelt, FDR and JFK), Sarah Bernhardt, Mae West, Charlie Chaplin, Robert Frost, Babe Ruth and the list goes on. When World War Two happened gold turned colour and everything slackened off.
After a hibernation of 30 years and a 5 year meticulous restoration the Hotel was reopened in 2006 by new Owners Richard Snyder and Sean Strub. Listed on the National Register of Historic ...
... New Jersey, and New York. After a brief stop, we followed the trail back to the parking area. We had planned on stopping at Dingmans Falls next, but the road was closed. Winter in Pennsylvania means a lot is closed. We had really wanted to visit Ricketts Glen, but that had closed a few weeks before. Although privately-owned, nearby Bushkill Falls was still open, so that was our next destination. After arriving, we paid admission to ...
... hand. It's amazing. (Apparently we aren't the only ones who think so, because some of his work is in the Smithsonian.)
The best part is that he is an incredibly nice guy. He invited all of us (me, Phil, the kids, other cousins, aunts and in-laws) to gather around and watch him throw some of his signature "Shohola Bells" on his wheel in the studio. He patiently answered questions and demonstrated the ancient ...