Hewitt Wellington

Address: 200 Monmouth Ave., Spring Lake, Jersey Shore, New Jersey, 07762, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 200 Monmouth Ave., Spring Lake, is near Jenkinsons, Point Pleasant Beach, Washington Ave. Beach, and Milagro Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from Spring Lake

    Trouble Shoot Air Conditioner - Not Cooling

    A travel blog entry by budtree2 on Aug 06, 2014

    ... different factors can also make any pc work harder than 1 of three. If to be able to filthy vents on your unit or obstructed vents in your home, you're wasting energy and money by overworking your air-con unit. Government rebates: The government wants in order to the planet just choose to rest people today. For this reason, everyone rewarding homeowners for moves that save natural resources such as energy. Effective ...

    Visiting Lady Liberty

    A travel blog entry by mtbrown on Jul 29, 2013

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    ... the Washington area having the nation's worst traffic. We I'd finally make it to the hotel and got settled in. The 3 J's went swimming and we had Chinese delivered to the pool--after the experience of that traffic, Marty and I didn't want to get in the car again today. Tomorrow should be nice and low key: drive down to Cape May and chill on the beach. Wednesday morning we ride the ferry from Cape May to Lewes DE and then drive ...

    Cost Over Runs

    A travel blog entry by mwall60 on Jan 09, 2012

    2 comments

    ... cars and people hanging coats. It’s insane. I’m losing control here, that’s it I can’t take it. I boldly suggest to Gail that we need to make some cuts here. She grabs the paperwork and looks it over. "Yup we sure do" she replied to my amazement. Gail quickly gets out the pencil and crosses out something on the contract telling the wedding planner “this is way too much for this” so out it goes. As the calculations are being redone ...

    Day 162 - The Land Of The Free

    A travel blog entry by thebusmonkeys on Oct 27, 2008

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    We had considered leaving very early to avoid paying for our lack of facilities but decided that that was dishonest and not our style, so instead we called in at the office on our way out and offered to pay half. Yes we had had a place to stay for the night that was legal, though not really secure; yes we had done some laundry, although that was an extra that had to be paid for separately anyway; and yes we had had a shower but we still had to wait and see if we would come down ...

    The Drive North to the Adirondacks

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 07, 2008

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    ... to suck some additional money out of the pockets of outsiders. The issue of tolls versus petrol taxes was notably on the mind of this environmental economist as he drove his rather non-green Jeep Cherokee Sport north for a week of winter recreation because of an NPR segment on the way discussing the issue of lifestyle changes in response to high fuel prices. One economist interviewed proposed replacing fuel taxes with a ...