Camp Taylor

Address: 85 Mt Pleasant Rd, Columbia, New Jersey, 07832, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 85 Mt Pleasant Rd, Columbia, is near National Postal Museum, National Building Museum, National Guard Memorial Museum, and Eruption Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Columbia

    Arlington National Cemetery

    A travel blog entry by carsey53 on Sep 25, 2015

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    ... around the dome so cannot get a good view of the Liberty Statue which stands atop this building. The statue is 19 feet high and faces east so that the sun never sets on liberty. Sue, Lyn and Steph decide to do the night tour of the monuments which they really enjoyed. Linda and I tried out a restaurant called The Mango Tree just near our accommodation which was lovely and Leigh had a quiet night. The end of another great ...

    Washington, does it live up to it's billing?

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Jul 25, 2015

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    ... their rights under the Constitution but we knew deep down he was in fact in Africa searching for his routes. We carried on walking up Penn Avenue towards the Capital Building and Capital Hill the seat of American Government. The building was very striking, but this had to be tempered by the renovation in progress. The dome was covered in scaffolding and the surrounds looked a little like a building site. We walked around the building ...

    Lobbying on a budget

    A travel blog entry by kevdebem on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... Debbie and I had a nice relaxing lunch while Emily slept. We decided to go to the spy museum which was about a half hour walk. We had a very nice stroll and Emily woke up about halfway through the walk, awakened by a siren. Since I had bought an ice cream on the way I had a bit of trash to get rid of but there were no trash cans anywhere to be seen. The sidewalks were very clean despite the lack of ...

    An Awesome Baptism and Eucharist!

    A travel blog entry by frguido on May 24, 2015

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    ... was excited and eager… Annah in a lacy dress made from her grandmother’s wedding dress seemed a little more reserved.

    We all gathered in the living room- parents, Godparents, Peter the Godfather for both, Christine, Catherine’s sister, and Andrea, Jonathan’s sister, Godmothers for both, and family and guests. I baptized Aidan first and he showed Annah how it was done. They both did beautifully! Then we had Eucharist and ...


    A travel blog entry by on Apr 06, 2015

    ... lived in a beautiful house which was perched on the side of a cliff face looking out to the river. They were very gracious in giving me a whole floor for my three night stay. We hit it off from day one and it felt like family. I decided to spend one of my days walking around DC visiting the major landmarks. The first thing I noticed about the city was it's open spaces. The roads were wide and the city was spread out. All of the museums and attractions in DC were free. So ...