Super 8 South Hackensack

Address: 410 Route 46 West, South Hackensack, New Jersey, 07606, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 410 Route 46 West, South Hackensack, is near Giants Stadium, Medieval Times, Van Saun County Park / Bergen County Zoological Park, and Riverside Park.
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Travel Blogs from South Hackensack

New York City, NY: Day 1

A travel blog entry by bronny23 on Mar 03, 2015

... still holding his (bloody expensive $12) beer though. so couldn't dive in and get it - he was shattered. Anyway, the next highlight was the celebrity row; there were a few smaller name celebs like Ed Burns and Kevin Bacon (I can't remember the others - I didn't know them), but once they announced that Tom Hanks was there, the crowd spent the rest of the time shouting out for him instead of the game. Lucky they didn't announce Tom was present until nearing the end of the ...

New York - Day 4

A travel blog entry by rosannathompson on Dec 31, 2014

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Another cold day today. We had a lovely sleep in. That is I slept in till 7am but I went to bed at 2am so I slept 5 hours much better than my 3. We started the day late and started by walking by magnolia bakery for a cupcake for breakfast. They were only ok. We had crumbs cupcakes the other day and we all agreed crumbs cupcakes 100% better. Next we caught a subway to downtown Brooklyn. We had the famous Grimaldi pizza. ...

Day 22: Birthday NYC Style

A travel blog entry by michael.linke on Dec 09, 2014

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... some yummy chips followed by tacos. Mardi had a quesadilla. I toyed with the grass hopper tacos but went for the prawn. Or as its called here, shrimp.

After lunch we took it easy, dinner at 11 Madison was planned later in the day so it was going to be a late night.

We both dressed up and made our way to the 23rd street station in the flatiron district for dinner on Madison Avenue. The restaurant is simply called its ...

Amazing New York

A travel blog entry by magpie1 on Oct 31, 2014

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... Presbyterian Church is deliberately pitched at the thinking New Yorker. It is apologetically Presbyterian in its order and liturgy; very traditional in its expression and incredibly effective in reaching its targeted audience. In a congregation of over 1,000, in one of the three campuses, Anne and I were, can you believe it, the oldest in attendance. Yes, 1,000 mostly under 40 year olds on the weekend of the New York Marathon and the visit of the Dalai Lama. ...

On the town

A travel blog entry by saskiabrynne on Oct 22, 2014

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... into me!!!! The umbrella was like a shield. Scary stuff indeed! We head to this very swanky penthouse bar at the top of the Kimberley Hotel in Manhattan, it's very New York (well Sex and the city as it's my main point of reference) and have some delicious cocktails and lots of chatting before heading home our separate ways. Just when I think I'm getting the hang of the subway it comes and smacks me in the face, it's set out in such a strange way....makes the tube look like child's ...