Executive Inn

7 W. Hampton Street, Pemberton, New Jersey, 08068, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7 W. Hampton Street, Pemberton, is near New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Pemberton

Philadelphia: Following in Rocky's Footsteps

A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on Feb 13, 2014

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... By that point we were of course far too full to eat the last bit of chicken (not!! we so could have finished the whole thing and were gutted we didn’t get to eat the chicken we had been saving to enjoy at the end) so offered it to the rest of the table. The evening finished listening to some live music in a bar and watching Ciara balancing jugs of beer on her head (and hoping it would go wrong!).


Friday was a fairly quiet one as ...

Maintaining Your Online Target audience Curious

A travel blog entry by impartialo047 on Nov 26, 13

It is significant for you to do everything in your power to keep the target audience thinking about whatever you performing and exactly what you are offering. If your web presence (website as well as other elements) aren't aesthetically attractive, people will never be interested enough to remain.

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Your own words and your graphics tell a story together to your visitors. If you tell the story as successfully as you ought ...

Oct 30 - Nov 1st - Philadelphia / South Jersey

A travel blog entry by ausrockets on Oct 30, 2013

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Philadelphia was a rest stop for us as we had been here a few years ago and had seen most of the sights then. But Dad loves this place - he's been here so many times and lived here for a while, so he felt like he was back home again.
Wednesday we took it easy, more shopping but also lots of time on the basketball court at the hotel. That night we drove in to Philadelphia - there were so many cars on the freeways ...

Delays and small children.

A travel blog entry by teresav on Jun 27, 2013

Well kids. I jinxed my flight. In an earlier post I said I'd be able to sleep if there weren't children crying on the plane. And as Ofelia so appropriately put it: "I have never seen more children on an aircraft." So yea. That was awesome. Good thing the kid sitting directly across from us was well behave and cute. The kid sitting directly behind us........ Not so much. Funny thing is, the mother with her baby talk and cooing and VERY animated story telling was a tad more... ...

"You're always welcome to stay at Camp Jenkins!"

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on May 30, 2013

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We made a number of stops along the way to Pemberton, mainly because it was so hot, but also because we were once again driving in rush hour and NJ drivers (or at least the ones we encountered yesterday between the hours of 4-6pm) were in hurry to get somewhere and did NOT want to be held up by a 30 ft. RV from Michigan. Yeesh. I had to put all my weight into my horn at one point when someone veered out of an exit lane right in front of me.

One stop was Dunkin' ...