Holiday Motel

Address: 708 US Highway 206, Andover, New Jersey, 07860, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel is located on 708 US Highway 206, Andover.
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Travel Blogs from Andover

Exploring The Big Apple

A travel blog entry by naomim-j on Jul 29, 2015

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... saw this awe- and hope-inspiring statue before they started the intense immigration process, full of dreams of their new futures. Bryony spent the first hour of this trip snoozing and then woke to find (with great happiness) that Tom had bought her a choc ice. In the usual way, she entertained our little party plus a few others with the classic 'baby covered in ice cream and chocolate' look. This was followed by a lot of avid aeroplane and ...

Goodbye New York

A travel blog entry by jeffsymms on Jul 10, 2015

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... back in the cable car and travelled to the island. Beautiful views again. Donna was running out of time so we caught the subway back to the hotel and Donna finished up packing. We caught a taxi on the corner of 5th Av to get to Penn Station as Donna had decided to play it safe with the traffic and catch the air train out to JFK. Taxi was a good option until we got caught in a jam because someone had been hit by a car. The taxi had to circle around the block after ...

New York - The beginning.

A travel blog entry by alwaysastory on Jun 08, 2015

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... visit Grand Central Station which I had missed out on last time. A few blocks (20mins later) we arrived at a very impressive building, the design and architecture is amazing. When we went inside the ceiling was so high, everything made of marble, a food hall, Apple Store etc. It wasn't as busy as I had expected but really nice. After we left there we went to the New York Public Library. It was ok. More of a museum than a library, didn't see one book in sight and to be honest was ...

New York. Last day

A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Mar 24, 2015

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... that night we went to Rosie O'Grady's, a restaurant that I went to 29 years ago on Max Walker's recommendation (sorry to name drop) and mentioning Max's name to doorman who turned out to be the owner got us in ahead of the queue and his personal attention all night. As it turned out this was a different Rosie O'Grady's so all the previous information is superfluous and not relevant at all to this story and should have been graded as unmentionable. But it's a good story all the ...

Liberty and Memory

A travel blog entry by zaileia on Jan 20, 2015

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... subculture built up their own communities whilst gradually integrating into a new society.

Walking around slowly is exhausting and Hayley, Alex and I decided to catch the next ferry. Ruth and Lisa however had vanished and by the time they reappeared it had left. We set a timer for 30 minutes (the ferries supposedly arriving every 40 minutes) and sought out lunch. When we did spot Lisa and Ruth their reappearance was from afar and we couldn’t be bothered to chase ...