Rodeway Inn Toms River

Address: 2015 Route 37 East, Toms River, Jersey Shore, New Jersey, 08753, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 2015 Route 37 East, Toms River, is near Casino Pier, Island Beach State Park, Westfield Garden State Plaza, and Old State House.
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Travel Blogs from Toms River

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A travel blog entry by mcallahan on May 26, 2014

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... foot! Day 3 We depart Las Vegas and head for the Grand Canyon West and a stroll on the Skywalk on our way to the south rim. We plan to rest midway in Kingman, Az. Day 4 Depart Kingman Arizona and arrive 3 hours later in Grand Canyon National Park! We plan to check in and get the feel for the park before we start our hiking adventure! Day 5 Diane gets to ride the mule into the Canyon. We depart Bright Angel trail aboard mules for 1/2 day adventure ...

Dark Secrets by Elizabeth Chandler

A travel blog entry by beccaj327 on Jul 22, 2010

... to remember the happenings of that evening, but they are forever etched into my very mind.

My friend, Kate, had been staying with an old family that had a past entwined with her own. Her best friend, Ashley, had died at the age of seven. The poor girl drowned in the pond on the Westbrook Estate...her family's Estate. It was deemed an accident, but once little Patrick, the youngest Westbrook child who had never heard of Ashley in his entire ...

Friends and Family

A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey on Oct 19, 2009

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... s experiences and opinions and perspectives! We haven't experienced that for months.

Dinner time approached. Harold suggested that we eat at Houlihan's--I'm glad he did! Tell you what, the food was fantastic. Kelsey had some sizzling hot (literally) fajitas, and I dove into a pot roast (not literally). Again, it was so refreshing to be part of a big conversation around a table. Mom, Kelsey, and I had plans for church the next morning that would require an early departure, so ...

Afterthoughts On West Africa

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 25, 2008

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... progress. Second, I was also quite surprised by the quality of the roads in most West African countries. Although there were a few notable exceptions, the roads linking countries and major cities were paved and mostly in reasonably good shape. Side roads into the outback may be a different story, but my preconceptions that all roads would be dusty dirt tracks were entirely inaccurate. The third area in which I was positively surprised relates to health and ...

T-9 days and counting....

A travel blog entry by hartster on Aug 30, 2007

... same time get some down time, but the difference is, I'll be on my own schedule. Did the last minute preparing already - bought some trial-sized stuff that should pass muster with TSA, photocopied my needed documentation. Now it's just hurry up and wait, including waiting for my order of pesos to arrive, which should be any day ...