The Breakers on the Ocean

Address: 1507 Ocean Ave, Spring Lake, Jersey Shore, New Jersey, 07762, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1507 Ocean Ave, Spring Lake, is near Jenkinsons, Washington Ave. Beach, Milagro Spa, and Bay Head Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Spring Lake

Mermaid parade - tats, tits and tiaras

A travel blog entry by rene77 on Aug 10, 2014

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... 30 to catch the train to Coney Island to check out the annual Mermaid Parade. We weren’t sure how busy it was going to be but it was still relatively quiet when we arrived so we walked around the boardwalk a bit and tried to find something good to eat which proved to be a bit impossible – lots of fried food, pizza, Coney dogs, etc. We found a good spot and settled in right on the rails with the camera ready. Some people had staked their spots with lawn ...

Horses & the City

A travel blog entry by jhoogendonk on May 07, 2013

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The only plan for today was to go to the Botanic garden and do my run. I woke up late, I went on the bus again to Prospect Park to do my run. Again, such a struggle to make it through the end. I probably shouldn’t go in the middle of the day, but I did finish it! I went to the Botanic Garden, just to find out it was pretty enough and that I should do it later that day when I had some more time.

Yesterday Patrick invited me to go ...

Night 3: Old Dutch

A travel blog entry by splencner on Aug 17, 2012

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... city much easier. Soon we were crossing the bridge into New York's Staten Island borough. This hotel is very nice, a great value. Pillowtop mattresses and newly remodeled with HD TBs help you forget how small the room is. The area around here is reminiscent of working class Melrose Park or Stone Park in Chicago. There us a rough edge to it, but houses are well-maintained and clean, always a good sign for a neighborhood. Tomorrow hopefully the front will pass and we can explore ...

Out and About in NYC

A travel blog entry by milestogo on May 01, 2010

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... legal or other factors. After walking the streets of Bangkok alone at midnight, some pretty bad areas of Lima, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taipei, not to mention Saigon and Can Tho in wartime, I think I will have my antennae properly attuned to trouble in New York in the daytime.


I never once sensed any danger. People I encountered were extremely open and friendly. Moreso than even I had imagined. I stopped and bought a postcard for a special friend, but ...

Prior to Departure - Planning and Organization

A travel blog entry by danielshortell on Mar 05, 2010

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... Brooklyn to JFK, next stop Delhi, India.

**FINAL NOTE** - As you are probably aware (or, rather, should be aware), Nepal is a very poor country, and, has suffered from a significant amount of infighting between various factions (monarchs, communists, etc) over the years. That being said, as long as you keep your wits about you and remain informed on current events, the Kathmandu valley area is a relatively safe place to travel. For my ...