Hyatt Place Princeton

Address: 3565 U.S. Route 1, Princeton, New Jersey, 08540, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 3565 U.S. Route 1, Princeton, is near Princeton University, McCarter Theatre, Mercer Oaks Golf Course, and Red Green Blue.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Princeton

    All Packed and Ready To Go

    A travel blog entry by katemonster8 on Jun 15, 2014


    ... offspring" in attendance with about 30 other graduates of the class of 1972, which should be interesting, to say the least -- as a friend of mine has already pointed out, I will probably be "everyone's daughter" on the trip. I expect this trip to be eye-opening on religious, spiritual, and definitely cultural levels -- not only will we be immersing ourselves in the history of Judaism and Christianity through visiting all of the ...

    Six Flags!

    A travel blog entry by jvrk on Jun 09, 2013

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    ... able to be read from my phone because I forgot to print the tickets at home. As we waited in line for security Elly and I found two pennies, so we picked them up, good luck right? The park wasn't that crowded, and we took a few Welcome to Six Flags pictures before venturing into the rides.

    The first ride we did was Bumper Cars (or Dodge 'Ems as Elly would call them), and that was fun. Then it was Skull Mountain, a warm up roller coaster. ...

    Ooorah, Aaarah, Nubah!!

    A travel blog entry by khaira on Jul 29, 2012

    ... Route 7A and drove along the eastern border of lake Champlain south. Since the drive was along a 2 lane highway both Kamal and I expected it to be arduous and slow. It was neither, in fact it was very pleasant. To begin, each town we passed had an entry sign that declared its inception date and population. What was remarkable was that every city predated 1776. In fact a few were established in the early 1600's. Further, the commerce ...

    Princeton - Perfect Ivy League Campus

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jun 12, 2012

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    ... views of Princetonians.

    The town of Princeton beyond the campus is pleasant as well with still many independent stores along Nassau Street and pleasant neighborhoods, not all of which are that affluent. Like other major universities Princeton has spawned a large tech and research center in the towns around it and along U.S. 1, a wide traffic-jammed commercial strip of office buildings and shopping malls that contrasts strongly with Princeton’s leafy town center and ...

    The trip begins

    A travel blog entry by abbyandmorry on Jun 08, 2012

    ... barely noticed nor apologized until the table of women beside, horrified, offered me all theirbpnapkins. I had a clam white pizza, which was good. But nowhere close to the most delicious clam pizzas in Nee Haven! This one had tons of garlic and what looked like piped tubes of soft ricotta. They looked kinda weird on the pie. We got back to Michael's house where we let ourselves in with the code he gave us and then accidentally. Proceeded ...