Candlewood Suites Parsippany - Morris Plains

Address: 100 Candlewood Drive, Morris Plains, New Jersey, 07950, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 100 Candlewood Drive, Morris Plains, is near Frelinghuysen Arboretum, Ford Mansion and Museum, Fosterfields Living Historical Farm, and Historic Speedwell.
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    Travel Blogs from Morris Plains

    Stumbling across things

    A travel blog entry by samanthahain on Nov 02, 2014

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    Sunday was a lovely crisp if windy day with a top of 7 degrees. Its New York Marathon day today I was heading across the river to Brooklyn where they hold their weekly flea market. Well that's what I thought I was doing and headed off route in head, found my subway, sorted my weekly pass and onto the train I hopped.
    When I got out of the station in Brooklyn there was a sea of people as I had stumbled upon the New York Marathon. This was no ...

    Nice Day in the City

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Oct 10, 2014

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    ... you squint a bit and try to think of Michelin stars). I was skeptical about the first two items, but the remaining three sounded great, and I figured Kenny would eat what I didn't finish. First up was Tuna Tartare with avocado and some sort of soy chili sauce. (See photos of all food below--not fabulous light, but will give you an idea.) I am not a huge fan of raw fish, but this was unbelievably good. You could go there to eat just ...

    Meet me at the Waldorf...

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... no siree.

    Honestly, sometimes you wonder if they know how bad an impression they make on tourists.

    So we walked back to the station and bought more credit on the card, deciding instead to get off at 86 street, walk across Central Park and do the. Guggenheim.
    The train we got on was an express train and sailed right on past. It didn't stop until 59th street, so back we enter again on a slower 'Local train'.

    The sky was ...

    Day 15 - Friday

    A travel blog entry by robynw55 on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... workshop I attended in Florence on my last visit to Italy! Our ticket to The Statue of Liberty also included Ellis Island. We caught another ferry to Ellis Island. It was very interesting seeing the details of how immigrants arrived to the US through Ellis Island. Both attractions provided free audio commentary which made it even more informative and enjoyable! Had lunch at a really nice salad bar - you could just pick your salad items ...

    Empire State

    A travel blog entry by d.thorpe on May 30, 2014

    ... on for miles and I am so glad that I chose to go at night rather than through the day.
    Being in New York can be very claustrophobic at times, especially, I imagine, if you live there. Once you're in Manhattan you hardly ever see the outer edge, and even when you do, at the other side of the river is just more city. Whether it's Queens, Brooklyn or Jersey City, if you live on the island of Manhattan, you could easily go a few months ...