Extended Stay America - Princeton - West Windsor

Address: 3450 Brunswick Pike, Princeton, New Jersey, 08540, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 3450 Brunswick Pike, Princeton, is near Grounds for Sculpture, Princeton University, McCarter Theatre, and Sayen House and Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Princeton

San Francisco motorcycle ride planned

A travel blog entry by juanmiguel on Jul 23, 2014

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... weather will be like. Looking at the forecast it looks like the weather will be in the 90s. I have to figure out what I should wear on the trip. I don't want to carry around much of anything just the bare essentials. I am not sure if I will need a jacket or not. Will probably take one just in case. I am starting to wish my cousin could come out with me. It's a trip you want to be able to share with someone. I'll do my best to record it all and experience it all with ...

All Packed and Ready To Go

A travel blog entry by katemonster8 on Jun 15, 2014

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... we will be sharing throughout the trip. I am really looking forward to the first evening, There will be a woman speaking who specializes in the relationship of geography to theology (e.g., "theography" ). I was visiting my 98 year young mother today and told Mom how I was going to make sure I got to talk with the woman – to which Mom commented, "God help her!" (my Mom is still with it and still mothering me to this day!)



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Six Flags!

A travel blog entry by jvrk on Jun 09, 2013

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... a line. Elly decided to opt out of this one, so the three of us went on. After we were in our "seats," the chairs started to pull back, but they stopped at a 45 degree angle, but they were supposed to be at a 90 degree angle - it was another "technical difficulty." After about five minutes, they got it working again, and we were the test ride. It was cool, and it seemed like we were going to either crashed into the ground, or hit one of the poles. ...

Coming to America

A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash on Sep 17, 2012

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... little dishevelled and confused. After we all settled into the car the first question they asked was “I thought you were coming tomorrow?” My mistake again, I had gotten the dates confused. I guess when you travel for this long, the days, dates and months all blur into one, and I guess this is what happened this time.

Subash and I were both so tired. We have not felt this tired ever before. I guess we reached our peak. After a few pleasantries we went to bed and were knocked ...

Ooorah, Aaarah, Nubah!!

A travel blog entry by khaira on Jul 29, 2012

... couldn't see on either side. This part of the trip was reminiscent of a drive from Auburn to Colfax, except the eastern border was buttressing along lake George. This looked as though it was a popular hangout for New Yorkers in search of an upstate break. We gassed up in Bolton, then joined up with the interstate 87 and headed south towards Albany. Within the hour we drove off the freeway and entered the State Capitol. Now my first ...