Isabella's Suites

Address: 111 Webster Ave, Jersey City, New Jersey, 07307, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 111 Webster Ave, Jersey City, is near Big Onion Walking Tours, Chelsea Piers, Golf Club at Chelsea Piers, and Hamilton Park.
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Travel Blogs from Jersey City

New York on 9/11 - 14 years on

A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Sep 10, 2015

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... me how lucky I am to be alive, how lucky I am to have had the experiences I've had. To have made the friends I've made. To have seen the beautiful wonders I have seen. And for that, I will always be thankful. America should be proud of it's regrowth since 9/11. It had risen above the hatred and shown tremendous resilience to get the country back into working order and rebuild. Those families and friends who lost people on that day have my condolences, and ...

Day 22 - One day New York: Statue Of Liberty

A travel blog entry by joergw on Jul 17, 2015

14 photos

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Driving out of New York area is a challenge in itself. We lazy-driving West-coastlers aren't used to what we experienced: a van stopping in the middle lane of a 4-lane city freeway, turning on emergency light, a passenger jumping out of the car and running across 2 lanes to get home, aka: "Sure, I can drop you off here, no problem." Well, I ...

What a long, strange trip it's been...

A travel blog entry by bteasdale on Jul 11, 2015

10 photos

... were following Chris and Steph through the gates of Cherry Hill Park headed for Liberty Harbor RV Park in Jersey City, NJ.

Apparently, traffic on the I-95 (or the loops that feed into it, like the 495, 695 and 895) don't understand the concept of "light weekend traffic". Because of the propane tanks on our trailers, we had to take the Francis Scott Key Bridge across the Chesapeake Bay, which put a few miles ...

Philadelphia and New York

A travel blog entry by billnpat on May 11, 2015

1 comment, 22 photos

... When I say residential, I don't mean houses, but rather large and mostly modern apartment complexes, reminiscent of the Olympic Village area.
This campground is nothing special, just a gravel parking lot with demarkations for campsites, but it is clean and the staff is helpful. It is very expensive, at $80 per night, but that is made up for by the commuting convenience to NYC. There is a fast little passenger ferry service ($7 each way) with ...

Meat, meat, and more meat...

A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Apr 11, 2015

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It seems that no visit to Manhattan is complete without a visit to the Carnegie Deli for a sandwich with enough meat to feed the five thousand. It’s meat overkill, but the pastrami is to die for. The sheer amount of food you get also means it does for about three meals in one, when you bring the leftovers home too :) For probably the first time ever, we had to queue for a short while to get in, but it’s ...

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