Hampton Inn Linden
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Hampton Inn Linden
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Linden
Travel Blogs from Linden
... Also the power plants generate AC at 200,000 volts, which must be downgraded several times before it gets to your house, where it powers your outlets at 120 - 220v. I never have occasion to think of these things, but it's interesting how many problems have had to be solved in order for us to have all these services that we just take for granted
I also learned about Elizabeth Jennings, a 24-year-old black schoolteacher who, in ...
... the next chapter of our lives in Switzerland. We will remember our time in America with fond memories and be grateful for all the wonderful friends we have been fortunate to make and will never forget this absolutely amazing trip we have been so lucky enough to experience together…
“The story of life is quicker than the wink of an eye, the story of love is hello and goodbye...until we meet again”
― Jimi ...
It's been a long couple of nights not sleeping much. I just finished packing again with the intension being that I will not take much with me on the motorcycle trip. I will buy some food prior to picking up the bike and see how much I can carry in my backpack. Might opt in for some saddle bags to lighten the load in my back. So ...
... a taxi to ground zero. Now that is a place to make your hairs on your arms & neck stand on end. It is amazing what they have done, two big holes in the ground have been replaced with two water features, Russell thinks they are a hectare square each, the water goes down, down, down, the designer has done an amazing job! The victims names are engraved into brass plates that go right around each feature. A Callery pear tree, known as the 'survivor tree' was ...
... safe there. We walked everywhere we were going including to the Gershwin theatre which was a mile away.
After checking in we decided to take a long stroll down to Grand Central Station. It is actually a really easy city to navigate. All the avenues go up and down and the streets across. The streets are all short blocks and between Avenues are the long blocks. So it’s pretty easy to figure out where you are going and also how long ...