Atrium Inn

Address: 204 West White Horse Pike, Galloway, Jersey Shore, New Jersey, 08205, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 204 West White Horse Pike, Galloway, is near Storybook Land, Marriott's Seaview Resort - Pines Course, Mays Landing Golf & Country Club, and Blue Heron Pines Golf Club.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Atrium Inn Galloway

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Galloway

    It begins in Atlantic City...

    A travel blog entry by rene77 on Nov 09, 2014

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    ... looked really fun. The restaurant has an area upstairs and the gospel brunch was downstairs with booth-style seats. We got a booth right up the front so were right in the midst of it. The brunch was a Southern style buffet – think fried chicken, waffles, gravy and other artery clogging delights. It really was delicious and a cool experience.

    This is probably going to start sounding like I’m obsessed… On the 30th September and the 1st of October ...

    Cheese, beer, wine and more cheese...and ice cream

    A travel blog entry by manchoochoo on Nov 07, 2014

    ... Magic Hat Brewery and ended up eating at the Farmhouse Taproom in Burlington for yet another great meal (tried bone marrow for the first time) and some good beer. 633 msf

    Day #4: Cheese!

    We ate breakfast on this overcast Monday at the Red Hen Bakery (where ironically we had already had their bread at a few restaurants). We worked our way to Cabot Creamery for a tour which was pretty neat but not fantastic, but we did get to ...

    As many goodbyes as possible. Planning westward.

    A travel blog entry by vincentallevajr on Sep 05, 2013

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    ... most of which started a lengthy tenure with me from such a place.

    The route, which has changed more often than the mind of an indecisive teenagers has finally reached its set in stone status. All of the personal connections have be mapped out and contacted. They all understand that in just a few days some crazy kids from the other coast are loading up a car and headed straight for them. Clover most definitely knows that something is up.
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    Hot, so hot...so very, very hot...

    A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on May 29, 2013

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    Whoa...this afternoon was intense! We arrived at the elementary school and unfortunately, our sponsor contact wasn't going to be meeting up with us. We had the name of the woman who would be, but had no idea where we were going to find her. When we realized no one was meeting up with us at the RV, I went inside the school and started asking around. Finally found our lady and she was awesome. Tonia ...

    Atlantic City, New Jersey

    A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Apr 27, 2010

    ... and no socks).

    Here, you can’t make a U-turn on the highway. Instead, they’ve built a tear-drop to the right of the highway where you have to pull off into a loop and then wait for their green light before turning left again (similar to a logging truck pull-out). In other spots, you have to go around a clover leaf pattern to cross the on-coming lane.

    As we go further north, the drivers get more brazen – everybody ...