Nyack Motor Lodge

Address: 110 Route 303, West Nyack, New York, 10994, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 110 Route 303, West Nyack, is near Lyndhurst, Philipsburg Manor, Nyack Beach State Park, and Hopper House Art Center.
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          • Smoking rooms available
          • Microwave in room
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Air-Conditioning

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          Another busy day...

          A travel blog entry by vickij23 on Jul 29, 2015

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          ... Turning an old train track into a garden walk way was a brilliant idea as you could see the area of Chelsea amazingly well. Half way along the walk we went into Chelsea market place which was full of food stalls and is the home to you tube offices and it was here we ate breakfast. We finished our walk along the high line and headed towards our first pier stop for the NYC water taxi. Using the boat to travel was the best thing ...

          On A Big Jet Plane

          A travel blog entry by hayley.martell on Jun 18, 2015

          ... right?!). You just never know what you'll find. I got some heavily discounted Ralph Lauren pyjamas which I'm so excited about. And some socks lol. We walked back home and went to bed! Today we were up and getting ready by 8, we had to go back around to Stephens to say goodbye to Brian and the cats, and then back home to get ready for our car to the airport. Well, our car arrived and was a bloody big white limo. Can't complain about that! We felt like ...

          The Big Apple

          A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Apr 18, 2015

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          ... zero. The two fountains are in the footprints of where the twin towers once sat. As I looked up there definitely felt like there was a m*********** in the skyline. The memorial was done beautifully having each victims name cut out the bronze frame that surrounds the fountain. The water falls into a central square which you can't see the bottom of hence the name ground zero. The whole place felt very heavy and also eery. We all remember where we were ...

          New York City, NY: Day 2

          A travel blog entry by bronny23 on Mar 04, 2015

          ... cold, lots of people were packed into the lobby between the museum shop and cafeteria. Plenty of outdoor seating, but minimal indoors - silly. Ellis island was also interesting - another self guided audio tour that explained the processes of immigration and grading of immigrants via the tests they underwent. Unfortunately Hurricane Sandy had also caused some damage to the museum and some of the artifacts, so a couple of museum areas were closed, but ...

          New York - day 5

          A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Oct 09, 2014

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          ... things were absent but there were things that left an impression including a scatter plot map showing the location of bodies and parts. They were scattered over many hundreds of metres from the impact points. There have been no remains identified for 40%25 of the 3,000 people who died on the ground and in aircraft. We left the museum about 3pm and walked toward Chinatown. What a difference just a couple of blocks make as we transitioned from one district to ...