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I left for the airport today in the wee hours of the morning. My brother and mom dropped me off at the airport and I have to say I am so proud of my mom for not crying! I love how strong you are. As I landed at the Newark airport in New Jersey, I got to see the New York skyline. Absolutely incredible. Even from a few thousand feet, the buildings towered over the river and tiny houses around the area. I have a few hours to kill waiting at ...
... she's not Canadian). Picked up the car and headed in. Felt bad, but folks at the hotel restaurant were very nice despite us coming in for food so close to close (having worked in restaurants I try very hard to avoid coming in in the last 1/2 hour). Got some code cheeks, and mostly filled out beer calendar for June (lobster rolls & kohlsch, not east to get in SF). Got to bed and slept... man did we sleep.
... terminal eagerly (yet still nervously) waiting to board. When I got here, the terminal was a ghost town. It was just me and a few other people who likely woke up entirely too early as well. Now, three hours later, it’s bustling with busy travelers, eager to get to their destination.
I am here with my North Face backpack, complete with an infinite number of convenient zippered pockets and compartments so I could neatly stash as ...
... that break the heart of God, then loving God with all our soul means a soul full of wonder, a soul flooded with the glory of God, a soul awed by the beauty and mystery, a soul that hallows God above all else." -Mark Batterson's book Primal My number one prayer for over a year now has been that God would let me experience Him outside of the box I put Him in; that He would help me to love like He does, to see what He does, and to serve like He does. God is ...
... my advice from experience, is not to hang around too long. It really is, the tourist trap that the guide advised us earlier. We checked it out, took a load of photos, checked out the Disney Store and then as we were walking along we got HUSTLED by a group of guys selling CDs sayin that they were free and then asking for donations. We ended up (although i am not even sure how) parting with $20. Very annoyed about it. Then further along ...
Other places to stay in Newark
Newark Airport and Port Newark, Newark | 4 star hotelfrom $135
- Nice stay.
- Come here if you like to be treated like Sc#m
- Pet Friendly!
Newark Airport and Port Newark, Newark | 3 star hotelfrom $112
Newark Airport and Port Newark, Newark | 3 star hotelfrom $108
- Bad for late night arrivals
- Great hotel!
- DO NOT STAY HERE IF GOING TO NYC
Newark Airport and Port Newark, Newark | 4 star hotelfrom $172
- Ok place for the night
- Stop over at Newark with young kids.
- OK hotel, great park-n-stay rate...
Gateway Center - Raymond Blvd, Newark | 4 star hotelfrom $80
- Pills in the carpet!
- Very Disappointing for the Price
- It was o.k.
Newark Central Business District, Newark | 3 star hotelfrom $113
- Stay Elsewhere No Matter What The Cost
- Lousy staff
- Perfectly reasonable, inexpensive choice
Newark Airport and Port Newark, Newark | 3 star hotelfrom $70
Newark Airport and Port Newark, Newark | 3 star hotelfrom $147
Newark Airport and Port Newark, Newark | 2 star hotelfrom $80
- Watch for the hidden costs and annoyances
- Pleasently suprised
- I was pleased!
Newark Airport and Port Newark, Newark | 2 star hotelfrom $142
Mount Pleasant/Lower Broadway, Newark | 3 star hotelfrom $120
Newark Airport and Port Newark, Newark | 3 star hotelfrom $127
Newark Airport and Port Newark, Newark | 3 star hotelfrom $128
- Shuttle Service is Great!!!!
- Helpfull Staff and Clean Rooms
- Reasonable Park, Sleep and Fly
South Broad Street, Newark | Hotelfrom $65
24 East Park Street, Newark | Hotelfrom $150
Newark Airport and Port Newark, Newark | 3 star hotelfrom $133