Ehrhardt's Waterfront Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... discomfort is short lived, ha! Ha! Another item, the famous blood-stained flag that cushioned President Lincoln's head moments after his death is a cherished possession of the local historical society. Of the 655 buildings in the town, 400 have been officially declared "historically significant".
It has become a place for weekenders and second-house owners who wanted a safe haven from New York City. After 9/11 ...
... been this year. Snow banks are lower with every mile we have travelled beginning in Ottawa. Half of what North Bay has...I guess we win this year?!? Wonder what water levels will be like in the spring?
After six hours, historic Milford Pennsylvania is where we hitched our horse to a post for a couple of sleeps. On our arrival, Xavier said to me as I rounded the corner, " it is so nice to see you again! I said "first time, but a recommendation from my sister" He said " then ...
... at that festival. In spite of our long journey, Christmas Eve dinner was a feast of fresh pasta, and Mal's superb home made gnocchi. The feast just kept on going,with Christmas Day beginning with what has been Mal's family tradition of freshly made crepes to start the day. All sorts of fillings, from lemon and sugar, through a whole range of berries, and of course the maple syrup options too. Mal just kept making, and we just kept eating. Fortunately there was a long intermission ...
Tuesday morning, we woke up very early and headed out well before sunrise. So early in fact, that nowhere was open for us to get breakfast. Around 630, we stopped at a Panera in Easton for a quick breakfast, then continued heading north to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. From I-80, we went north on US-209 through the water gap for about 20 miles to Raymondskill Road and parked at the trailhead for the falls. Raymondskill ...
We are still in Milford, Pennsylvania which, happily, is also the home of Blue Stone Studio where David and Joann Greenbaum display their gorgeous pottery and artwork. Some of David's pottery has been manipulated so artfully, that it's difficult to believe it is clay and not marble or glass. He doesn't apply any glazes, but instead uses multiple firings, oxidation and burnishing processes along with etching and throwing ...