High Point Country Inn

Address: 1328 State Route 23 North, Sussex, New Jersey, 07461, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1328 State Route 23 North, Sussex, is near Old Barracks Museum, New Jersey State Museum, New Jersey Statehouse, and Cadwalder Park.
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TripAdvisor Reviews High Point Country Inn Sussex

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Sussex

Where can you get the best Philly Steak?

A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on Jun 28, 2014

2 comments, 39 photos

... characters on buses and trains so perhaps we are still sending them! A young man was singing very loudly to announce his birthday while everyone else looked embarrassed and a transport official took a video on his phone. We have had so many surprises ...this evening we took a little walk to buy bottled water and took a turn around the block. We heard music and found a group of Chinese musicians playing fiddles! The Big Bus tour is an easy way ...

Maintaining Your Online Market Serious

A travel blog entry by secretiver669 on Nov 26, 13

... that you can constantly scrutinize your content and your web presence, in general, to make certain that every thing is fresh, unique, and persuasive so that your target audience is constantly thinking about what you say and the actual effort to interact with a person regularly. Ensure that your site is visually appealing instead of cluttered or even bland. Your readers will be glad for it. Your readers will thank you regarding giving them some thing exciting to think ...

Big Apple to Philly Cheesesteak

A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Oct 26, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... It was abandoned and was scheduled for demolition before it was saved. It is now a park with trees and plants and a path for people to walk on. It gets so dense in some areas that you can hardly tell that you are in Manhattan. After this we headed back to our hotel to do some laundry and pack for our trip to Philadelphia.
We got up Saturday morning and walked over to the car rental to get our car. It took ...

Philadelphia and no cream cheese in sight

A travel blog entry by jocelyn_ on May 11, 2013

18 photos

... to fight for theirs. The next day was my last day in Philadelphia and I wanted to see Benjamin Franklin's printing press. After seeing the demonstration of how they made newspapers and broadsheets, I had time for a nice relaxing cup of coffee and to do a sudoku (or two!) under a lovely shaded gazebo. Half way through my coffee I hear this m************ and the next thing I know, I have this tree branch, as thick as my arm, 10 cm away from my head! ...

Day 4-Reading Terminal Market/Love Park

A travel blog entry by athomeinindy on Jul 03, 2012

17 photos

... immediately wanted to have seafood, but finding cooked seafood was a little more challenging. Emma settled for nachos and Cassie a quesadilla, but Chris and I wanted to experience a local cheese steak. The history of the cheesecake is that a hot dog vendor on Passytunk Ave was tired of eating hot dogs, so he bought some shaved steak, grilled it with onion and peppers and the cheese steak was ...