Howard Johnson Express Inn - New Brunswick

Address: 26 Route 1 North, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 08901, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 26 Route 1 North, New Brunswick, is near St. Andrews Blockhouse.
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    Day 3 in NYC - highline and 5th Avenue

    A travel blog entry by melrlewis on Dec 17, 2014

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    Sleep in this morning after the late night after the basketball. Another NY diner for breakfast though this one not so great - food was good but everything was in takeaway cups, plates and plastic cutlery etc... Got the subway downtown to Chelsea and walked the highline which is an old elevated railway line that used to used in the meat and produce areas from the 1920's through to late 20th century. It fell into ruin before ...

    New York

    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Dec 13, 2014

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    ... bridges that span the area. After going through the Lincoln Tunnel, past Times Square and Broadway, the bus dropped us on 42nd Street, a couple of blocks from our hotel, The William. We loaded up, and trekked past the hordes of people outside the Public Library, before checking in. New York already had a real buzz about it: the skyscrapers, the christmas lights, the huge number of people in Father Christmas outfits for the annual Santa Con event. We were getting the buzz as ...

    Miss Liberty here I come

    A travel blog entry by rubyredlips on Oct 08, 2014

    ... town to the 9/11 memorial. My how things change with time. Where the twin towers stood there is now two very large fountains. There is a eerie silence around the fountains as people take time to reflect exactly what happened. Standing right in the middle of the 'garden' there is a tree that stands with a 'guard', this tree is called the 'survivor'. It is the only thing that survived the disaster when so many life's were lost. Two blocks away there stands a multi storey building ...

    1 year travelversary

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... seen.We also ran into some Larpers which provided a few minutes of entertainment, before we headed off to the softball fields to watch an extremely competitive local league. Drop a catch? You are dropped from the team. The sun was setting beautifully so when it was time to say bye to Will, i decided to walk home, rather than catch the metro. What a good decision it turned out to be, the sun illuminated all of the big pretty ...

    New York City!

    A travel blog entry by aztandons on Jun 16, 2014

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    ... We even got to watch a TV serial being filmed. Then off to the Patel points! Took the ferry to Statue of Liberty and decided to not get off there (yep, it is big and still there), rather rode all the way to Ellis Island. Ellis Island has a wonderful museum inside telling the tales of millions of immigrants who risked it all to get to the wrong India (Dang Columbus!)....amazing stories of families ...