Rodeway Inn Rahway

Address: 1650 Route 1 South, Rahway, New Jersey, 07065, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1650 Route 1 South, Rahway, is near Liberty Hall Museum.
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A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 01, 2014


... amp; have been used in many films & are another highlight of the trip for me. There were some guys street dancing & another mob making giant bubbles using sticks & a string. We continued through the park until we came out at Central Park South (59th St.) Showed Fray the Apple Store on 5th ave & then headed for the subway at 57th & Lex, too tired to walk anymore. Got off the subway a station too far so had to walk an extra 10 or so ...

New York - day 3

A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Oct 07, 2014

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... was just delightful. We were chuffed that we could kind if say we've seen the Pope, the Italian PM and American president on this trip - at least cars containing the latter two. We caught the ferry in the Hudson River. It's a big river and it was a bit choppy probably due to the wind. There were few passengers which was good for moving around taking photos. We had had the option if visiting the island that the statue if liberty is on or to do the harbour cruise that ...

New York City Day 4 & 5

A travel blog entry by merinika on Jul 10, 2014

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... Brooklyn bridge and Washington bridge we then pulled up alongside the Statue of Liberty it is staggering how big she is. We headed past Ellis Island and back to the pier. Our last stop was The Rock Rockerfeller centre. We passed through Times Square and headed up the tower to the observation deck. The view was out of this world you can see Central Park from a birds eye view and you look directly at the Empire State Building. We could see Times Squares lights and The Statue of ...

Goodbye Maine!

A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 30, 2014

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... to twelve miles away. There was an incredible 360 degree view from the top. You could walk out across the rocks to sit and enjoy the view. Lots of people hike one of two trails from the bottom, but I couldn't get any takers on that in the last few days. I must admit, looking down from the top, that was quite a trek. Back in the RV, we turned south for the first time in ...

The Hustle and Bustle

A travel blog entry by kduntley on Apr 06, 2014

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... of what happened and actually had family that just missed being in the towers that day. It was a very interesting and humbling experience. The only bad part was how many people were in the park, and some weren't being all that quiet so it seemed a little disrespectful. But that's what happens with large crowds!

So after we left there we went back to the water taxi (best thing ever!) and went around the loop again to get back up to ...