Red Carpet Inn Elmwood Park

Address: 204 Route 46 East, Elmwood Park, New Jersey, 07407, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 204 Route 46 East, Elmwood Park, is near Van Saun County Park / Bergen County Zoological Park and The New Jersey Children's Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Elmwood Park

    Big apple part 3

    A travel blog entry by jeremy.steward on Jul 06, 2015

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    ... most places....except here. Finally, was a patisserie that specialised in cannoli, an Italian pastry filled with something similar to cream cheese. Everyone else on the tour, including the English and the Australians were familiar with these, but we'd never heard of them. They were delicious though and even Jess ate one. So, we said goodbye to Bert and the group and headed to a bar round the corner for a drink. After that, we walked through Washington park where Jess and ...

    Day 2 - The One That Started at 1am

    A travel blog entry by jonatkins on Jun 13, 2015

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    ... Seriously, we could travel to the Russian Steppe and the kids would sniff out a park. What a setting though! 843 acres and fifty blocks long, Central Park has it all - today's highlights included a fun run, jazz festival and a carriage ride through the park. The kids also got their first proper introduction to American food. Dylan was a fan of Mac and Cheese while Chloë was served a burger bigger than her head. That was from the Kids' Menu. A walk back down Fifth ...

    The Big Apple

    A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Apr 18, 2015

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    ... to see there so we jumped back on the same ferry and went back to Manhattan.
    We wanted to check out Wall St which was walking distance from where we were so we made our way to that. We barely saw the bronze bull because there was a mountain of tourists all trying to take a picture with it's golden balls. Wall St was pretty busy, mainly with tourists but it was cool to check the area out and see what it was all about.
    Not too far from there ...

    Blizzard - and the city shuts down

    A travel blog entry by lisamcb on Jan 26, 2015

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    ... The area of Brooklyn we were in (Brooklyn Heights) was very quiet and has definitely gone though gentrification. Beautiful timber walk ups and Brownstones, lovely shops and lots of families by the looks of it. My Xtend Barre instructor was saying that it's where those who can't afford Manhattan come to live, but it is starting to get really pricey too. I can't speak to the rest of Brooklyn, but ...

    Day 15: Long Bridges and Tall Buikdings

    A travel blog entry by michael.linke on Dec 02, 2014

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    ... escape from the subway, but you couldn't tell from the outside, see if you can pick it from the photos.

    Mardi discovered another Sephora, seventh visit I think, but I've lost count. I took some photos while she browsed.

    We then made our way to the ramp to the Brooklyn bridge. An amazing walk up to the bridge, elevated above lanes and lanes of traffic in both directions. The bridge is a work of art as well as an ...