The Olde Mill Inn

Address: 225 Route 202 (Morristown Road), Basking Ridge, New Jersey, 07920, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 225 Route 202 (Morristown Road), Basking Ridge, is near Jockey Hollow, Ford Mansion and Museum, Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, and Macculloch Hall Historic Museum & Gardens.
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    A travel blog entry by sophalita93 on May 15, 2015

    ... and days in the desert, something I am truly looking forward to. Following, we will travel to Marrakesh, which is where we will be spending our last few days shopping, unwinding and exploring before returning to Casablanca for our flight back home.

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    World Trade Centre

    A travel blog entry by bhogg96 on Apr 13, 2015

    ... have there. Such colourful and sweet smelling flowers.
    There is also a Lego shop there. Around the ice skating rink are all the flags of the world which are so colourful.
    We come to the Rockefeller centre to the Top of the rock observation Deck to view New York lights at night. We go up to the 67th floor in 43 seconds in a glass top lift with the lift shaft all lit up so you can up to the top as you go up. This happens on the 67th ...

    New York, New York

    A travel blog entry by margarnold on Dec 31, 2014

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    ... Mal, who was watching from the apartment window in Bleecker Street) the memorial fountains are built into their footprints, with water cascading from the edges (where the fallen are named in bronze) to a central void and into what seems like the eternity below. I began feeling very unwell, so we returned to the apartment mid-afternoon. It was a difficult trip back as I felt extremely nauseous, and I only just made it back, threw up spectacularly, and retired to bed. I only ...

    First day - New York

    A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Oct 26, 2014

    ... looking. We ate our fruit at Battery City Park (bloody windy & cold so ate & ran). Then we walked another 8 blocks down to Century 21 - yes Mum, Fray's been to Century 21 AND she bought stuff. More socks for Harry (Ralph Lauren business socks 4 pair for $11.97 no tax!!!!) and then I got Fray on the subway (sensational group of buskers got on & played for a couple of stations). Off at 42nd street, checked out the ice rink already up in Bryant Park ...

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    A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... get to station, but lucky for us that we were able to suss out timings and where we needed to go tomorrow.

    At the station it was large with many platforms underground. Louise managed to safeguard Saff's handbag as some guy claimed he had bad eyesight and was asking about a train on the board. He'd already got too close to Louise's bag but she clocked him, so he moved onto Saff getting close to her bag, Lou moved Saff's bag out of his reach but Saff didn't know what ...