Motel 6 East Brunswick

244 Route 18, East Brunswick, New Jersey, 8816, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 244 Route 18, East Brunswick, is near Kings Landing Historical Settlement and St. Andrews Blockhouse.
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    Travel Blogs from East Brunswick

    Last Full Day In New York - Making it Count

    A travel blog entry by funtravels on Aug 14, 2014

    49 photos

    ... walked until the 23rd street exit, however it does go farther but we had to head back to the hotel. Let the pictures speak for themselves

    We got back to the hotel got Mike and took a cab to Rockefeller Square. You could go up the Rockefeller building however we decide just to walk around, do a little shopping in the NBC store and the Nintendo store. A crowd was gathering on the street near the NBC studios we found out that Jimmy ...

    The Big Apple

    A travel blog entry by aidand on Jul 27, 2014

    6 photos

    ... that it is undergoing cleaning so has looked better. Then off we go to explore in fairly hot and humid conditions. Pick up hop on hop off bus tickets and then find good Diner nearby which proves theory on American portions! Then go up Rockefeller for great views of skyline before heading back to hotel by 7pm or midnight uk time . The girls did well to last and all that late night practice has paid off. Exhausted but great to be on ...

    Day 17 - Lower East Side and Cobble Hill

    A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 16, 2014

    30 photos

    ... to make a new life in America. In the late 1980's a woman purchased a dilapidated tenement building at 97 Orchard St that had not been lived in since the 1930's. Her purpose was to restore the apartments and to preserve the story of our immigrant nation. The founder, Ruth Abram, said, "For a nation of immigrants, there is no single site more historically significant than the tenement." There are many different tours to pick from that all focus on different parts ...

    On the town- Times Square

    A travel blog entry by m.arch on Jun 29, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... and back outside to spot Mim just in time.
    Dancing time.. Whoop.
    Met another girl who we were going to meet at the parade at 12pm Sunday, but it's 1pm as I write this now.. We haven't quite adjusted.
    We did eat pizza last night and did the subway home no drama.
    Going for a wander now then baseball tonight and an early one so we can get our time on track and sight ...

    Apocalypse New York

    A travel blog entry by d.thorpe on May 23, 2014

    ... the street, God help you if you're at the front of the line. Every single car behind you will honk none stop until you start to move, which seems to have to be an instantaneous thing if you want to avoid the wrath of 100 cabs behind you. Lanes mean nothing to New Yorkers either. Everyone is jostling for space, placing their cars inches from the next, fighting to get in front and not giving a centimetre of space to anyone with the balls ...