Econo Lodge

Address: 448 Route 206 South, Newton, New Jersey, 07860, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 448 Route 206 South, Newton, is near Johnsonburg Swamp Preserve.
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      Home in NJ!

      A travel blog entry by fransando on Jan 14, 2013

      5 comments, 37 photos

      Hello Everyone,

      Our four month journey has ended. We arrived home Thursday, Jan. 10. We made the decision to fly home for a multitude of reasons....the main one being I just didn't have the mind set for all the travel. Our car is still in transport and will be home in a few days.

      The trip was filled with so much to reflect on. The cross-country trip was educational, physically invigorating & refreshing, fun and ...

      Newton, New Jersey

      A travel blog entry by greg.catlin.9 on Dec 07, 2012

      3 photos

      ... from the travel date you book and pay. I am a B, I choose a window seat. A young woman asks if I will move so she and her boyfriend can sit together, they are C's, she tells the bus will be full so I get a seat to myself. I say no, I actually want a window seat and they are all gone now. Her boyfriend rolls his eyes at me. He understands how it works.

      The trip is uneventful, except the rest stop is at some off freeway gas station with a single ...

      Our Tenants Move Out

      A travel blog entry by rjdemp on Aug 14, 2012

      2 comments

      ... days late and there were foul smells and damages we should be prepared for.

      The night we arrived, we paid a visit to our house not expecting what we would find. The outside and yard were definitely in need of maintenance and repairs. But nothing prepared us for what happened when we walked inside. The smell of animals and an infestation of fleas overwhelmed us. Pet damages to the carpets and woodwork ...

      All engines FULL ahead

      A travel blog entry by peterhbudd on Dec 26, 2011

      ... he couldn't fill such a ship - and so he would not renew the contract in 2013.

      We decided we WANTED to see what was improved and what wasn't. We wanted a chance to re-cast our memories. We wanted to be on that ship again. And since this was the final year - this was our only chance.

      So now the only remaining challenge - get a DEAL!

      This seemed do-able - since ...

      Home-Sweet-Home

      A travel blog entry by k4kent on Jul 12, 2010

      1 comment

      ... Master Gardener and takes her art/craft seriously. A patch of
      undisciplined grass and tall weeds was Gary’s parcel of prairie (He grew up in
      northwest Missouri and keeps that patch as a reminder of his area growing up).
      Dixie has flowers in hanging pots and along edges of gardens. July is an ideal
      time to see lots of color in her garden. They had a little fish pond installed
      in the back yard just beyond their ...