Hampton Inn Ridgefield Park

Address: 100 Rte 46 East, Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, 07660, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 100 Rte 46 East, Ridgefield Park, is near General Grant National Memorial, General Grant National Monument, Riverside Church, and Riverside Drive.
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    Travel Blogs from Ridgefield Park

    History Museum/Central Park/

    A travel blog entry by jeffsymms on Jul 08, 2015

    10 photos

    ... It was incredibly beautiful an we took our time walks through it. We then continues through the park - we just love it, and could easily spend heaps of time in it (which we do). It is no wonder that it is listed as NYCs number 1 attraction. We swung by the hotel and took a bit idiot me out and then headed downtown to the 34th street shopping district and Macy's, the largest store in the world. We also looked through the Manhattan Mall and, in the shadow of The Empire ...

    Last Blog ...for now!

    A travel blog entry by greetadventures on Jun 01, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... this.

    We both had iPhones and Samsung tablets. The phones were used mainly for GPS directions, texting and there for emergencies. We used our tablets the most as Wi-Fi was available in all our lodgings and many cafes. We only booked lodging with Wi-Fi, although with varying speeds. Sometimes there were data limits per day (100-200 MB ). We did all our research and booking of lodging, general web surfing and emails with our tablets. We had a digital camera with a memory ...

    Thin Green Line, Large Black Eye

    A travel blog entry by cookcorn on May 08, 2015

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... 2 on 2 against some locals. This area being mainly Puerto Rican there was a lot of talk about 'los hermanos' (the brother) and as it happened they were wiping one combination after another off the court. Jack is less intimidated and more than holding his own Willem in his usual role showing that white men can jump. The last combo that played the boys got a bit over zealous and when reaching in trying to strip the ball of ...

    New York City: Day 4

    A travel blog entry by bronny23 on Mar 06, 2015

    ... the top of the pre-existing world trade centre tower foundations, but the museum is built underground, in the existing foundations of the twin towers. They have preserved the original foundations as well as artifacts including the huge steel beams which were supporting the buildings at the impact zone of the airplanes - they buckled under the heat like a burnt out match stick. There is tonnes and tonnes of information and exhibits to see, so needless to say Ryan ...

    USA (New York City)

    A travel blog entry by alan-tammy on Dec 23, 2014

    54 photos

    ... times!!) where we had a fantastic local meal at a funky Italian Restaurant. Feeling very Christmassy, we serenaded our fellow passengers on the subway back to our pad with every Christmas song we knew, we weren’t sure if some were getting off to escape us though got a few smiles and one lovely French family who said they would have joined in but didn’t know the words in English!

    Christmas Day dawned, unfortunately no snow but a beautiful day! After some ...