Holiday Inn East Windsor

399 Monmouth Street, East Windsor, New Jersey, 08520, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 399 Monmouth Street, East Windsor.
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    Travel Blogs from East Windsor

    Thanksgiving

    A travel blog entry by beckywilliamson on Nov 22, 2012

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    I'm currently watching the Cowboys v the Redskins football. After a fantastic day of food, games and thanksgiving.

    For dinner we had the traditional turkey, stuffing, carrots, green beans, sweet potatoes topped with marshmallow, biscuits, corn casserole and gravy. Dessert was pecan pie and custard or cream, we still have fruit cake, pumpkin pie and brownies! So the morning was spent preparing dinner, watching the parade and dog show, the afternoon ...

    Church's 75th Anniversary

    A travel blog entry by beckywilliamson on Nov 18, 2012

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    ... I hope to get to a game before I leave.

    So It's official I have been adopted by the Pennenga family (see name card in picture). The Church Celebration Banquet was at the Holiday Inn. The food was amazing, Melon Balls, Caesar Salad, Steak, Chocolate Layer Cake with Raspberry Coolie and Coffee. The Mayor of the local area in New Jersey was there to speak and thank the church for it's work with the local community. It was really nice to experience being part of the ...

    What We Learned from Our US Road Trip

    A travel blog entry by globehunters on Aug 23, 2012

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    ... water containers. We bought a case of water (24 bottles) and refilled them for 2 months. Virtually all places we visited had potable water and most of it tasted fine. If it tasted a bit off, we dealt with it. This is both inexpensive ($2.50) and environmentally friendly.

    c. Spend less money. You don’t need to spend lots to have a great time. A family of 4 can do what we have ...

    Proposal

    A travel blog entry by daveandsteph on May 07, 2011

    ... had interviews with Hess Educational Organization and obviously we nailed them! Because we ROCK. We owe it all to God, and also a big thank you to the Program Director in Taiwan for OMF, David. He helped us out tremendously! Also thank you to Ingrid for all her help!

    Soooo long story short, we have jobs in Taiwan, we'll be moving there in July, so I'm going to ask Stephanie to marry me tonight!





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    Last entry but definitely not the worst!

    A travel blog entry by nickmoore on Aug 04, 2010

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    ... exaclty true, but sounds good! That night Me, Alissa, her cousin Kristen (not Kristen who is getting married) and her colleague Joe hit a restaurant and some food and then went to a HUGE adult arcade! Golf games, car racing, shoting down planes all kinds of stuff big kids want to do whilst having a beer in hand! Made our way into the city after that and hit some bars! Crazy good fun and was definitely worth the trip! Thanks guys for putting me up and showing me a great few days! ...