Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center

Address: 178 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 08901, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 178 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, is near Kings Landing Historical Settlement and St. Andrews Blockhouse.
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    Day 6: NYC

    A travel blog entry by millieandjames on Jun 03, 2015

    WE DID: - visited the MoMA, enjoying Yoko Ono's special exhibition - travelled south to Brooklyn, walking over the bridge and soaking up the atmosphere WE LOVED: - learning all about the different eras of modern art and seeing some beautiful masterpieces - the incredible views from Brooklyn bridge over the city and the river with countless helicopters circling ...

    Fairytale of NewYork: A series of fortunate events

    A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Apr 10, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the same means! The first train that pulled in already resembled a Delhi Metro (or Sierra Leonean bus, for that matter), but the majority of the crowd forced their way in regardless, re-defining the concept of personal space as they went. It was at this point I decided that missing the start of the game by a few minutes wouldn't be the end of the world, and set off for the far end of the platform to await the arrival of the next train...a good decision, as it turned out! A ...

    "Downtown" Petula Clark

    A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Oct 21, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... his image of Marilyn Monroe. Several Dalis, Picassos, Braques, Modiglianis etc were liberally scattered around the walls and attracted huge numbers of "selfies". What price the new photos, I might ask! 'Twas all doubtless wasted on a Philistine like me? Still, I managed to pass an agreeable couple of hours of gaping amazement, while Steph enjoyed her trawl in the fabrics world and was probably relieved to have missed the ...

    That Day

    A travel blog entry by rumneet on Sep 10, 2014

    3 photos

    ... of a window cleaner who got stuck in a lift when one of the planes hit. Using his tools he was able to open the doors of the lift and then dig a hole big enough through the wall (the walls inside were made of dry rock) and escape. Perhaps the most harrowing of all the sights of that day was watching people jumping to their deaths. The museum had quotes of New Yorkers watching these people fall to their deaths. One New Yorker recalled how he/she saw a woman ...

    Day 28 - More Williamsburg

    A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 27, 2014

    7 photos

    ... truffles. I wish they would open a store in Keller. I would quit my job and manage it for them. I got myself a box of truffles and then set out to see more of the neighborhood that I hadn't seen yet. There were a lot of people out in Williamsburg today, probably because there are so many places to socialize and just about every place has brunch until 4pm. I can deal with sweltering heat or large crowds of people, but not both. ...