The Belmar Inn

112 12th Avenue, Belmar, New Jersey, 07719, United States | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on 112 12th Avenue, Belmar, is near Asbury Park Boardwalk, Washington Ave. Beach, Milagro Spa, and Stephen Crane House.
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    Travel Blogs from Belmar

    At the Brooklyn ghetto....

    A travel blog entry by inlinemonkey89 on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... lives in a bottom apartment which is quite small. So it ends up that me and dan share a double bed for the night. Which was ok because we just fell straight to sleep anyway because we were so tired from the day just gone. So today has consisted of driving with Stuarts uncle from Brooklyn to New York City to drop off dan to a mega bus stop so he can get the bus to phillie. He was the ...

    Need for a Car Locksmith in Nevada

    A travel blog entry by plainlung8 on Mar 14, 2014

    Simply imagine a circumstance in which you are attending some emergency or heading for work and you suddenly find out you are locked outside of your automobile. What can one really do in such an celebration? Do not stress away and panic, as you may avail services of an car locksmith in Las vegas who is absolutely specialized within the automobile industry to handle and manage any situation. Such locksmiths are ...

    Empire State of Mind

    A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash on Sep 23, 2012

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    ... how in such a big city like New York people meet each other. Both Sandra and Christina said that there is so much to do here that a lot of people join like a group like a running group or a book club and meet other people that way. It was so interesting to hear that people are actually very social here and are open to new comers. Back home a lot of people have their set clicks and hang out in them never really expanding out of that.

    After more drinks and chicken ...

    THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN'

    A travel blog entry by shazking on Aug 15, 2011

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    ... as we headed for Barnes and Noble, the emminent bookshop. We weren't overly impressed - Borders used to be better - so we set out again for the Chrysler Building, via Grand Central Station. This was a very Deco part of town; Grand Central was very swish, a great contrast to Penn Station where we arrived in New York.
    We passed on to the Chrysler Building, classic Art Deco, where you are only allowed to visit the foyer [ security reasons, since 9/11].

    It is SO beautifully ...

    Welcome to New York City

    A travel blog entry by papabearconboy on Sep 06, 2010

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    I arrived in the New York City area via the New Jersey Turnpike.....One needed to take out a loan to pay all the tolls along the trip from Philly...I had just finished paying $5.95 on the NJ Turnpike and then hit with a $8 tour to cross over a bridge into Staten Island....OMG!!!
    The accomondations were wonderful for the price...I had the opportunity to eat ...