Ramada East Orange

120 Evergreen Place, East Orange, New Jersey, 07018, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 120 Evergreen Place, East Orange, is near New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Edison National Historic Site, Newark Museum, and Military Park.
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    Travel Blogs from East Orange

    Last Full Day In New York - Making it Count

    A travel blog entry by funtravels on Aug 14, 2014

    49 photos

    ... a salad and fries and béarnaise sauce, Taylor had the roasted Chicken. Everyone really enjoyed their dinners.

    Then headed back to the hotel to pack as we are leaving the next day.

    Then at midnight of course we had not tried New York pizza Mike walked down the street to Two Brothers Pizza which was so good. $1.00 per slice for pepperoni pizza however if you want a Hawaiian slice it was $1.75. Nice thin crust it was so good. Each of ...

    Day 30 - High Line and Greenwich Village

    A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 29, 2014

    85 photos

    ... balls that were quite good! When they brought me my check there was a postcard with a recipe using seasonal summer ingredients attached to it. So clever! After my snack I made my way down to the end and exited out into the Meatpacking district. Boy, was I in the right place at the right time! The street that I needed to walk down to get to lunch had what I can only guess was some kind of street art. It was a professional photo shoot for god knows ...

    Day 17 - Lower East Side and Cobble Hill

    A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 16, 2014

    30 photos

    ... on the walls. The second apartment we visited was that of the Gumpertz family from Germany that lived there starting in 1870. The couple had three children, one of which died in infancy. The apartment was three rooms long, but the rooms were tiny! I could not believe that a family of four lived in this tiny space. Often the families were even bigger. The entire residence was probably the size of my living room. There was very little fresh air or sunlight ...

    What a week!

    A travel blog entry by coiafamilyoe on Jun 29, 2014

    24 photos

    ... no customs check again). Whilst having lunch we saw that our flight was due to leave in 3 hours, we had tried to check in our luggage earlier but were told we couldn't until 2 hours before our flight. So after a leisurely lunch we found somewhere to sit and played a few "spot the coloured suitcase" to kill time. With 2 hours to go we cued to check in our bags only to be told after half an hour wait that the flight had been cancelled due ...

    Apocalypse New York

    A travel blog entry by d.thorpe on May 23, 2014

    ... seconds outside and drenched from head to toe, you name it, we experienced it. It was like the apocalypse had hit the city. So, needless to say, we got a cab back, rather than walking, dried up, had a great night in with our student hosts, played some cards, drank some moonshine and prosecco, waited for the rain to subside a little, kilted up and hit the west village.
    I'd like to prefix the rest of this blog with the realisation that ...