Starlite Motel

881 Tonnelle Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey, 07307, United States
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Travel Tips for Jersey City

Visit Liberty State Park. ...

by Easty

Visit Liberty State Park. Here you can see the entire Manhattan skyline. Also, you can catch a ferry to see the Statue of Liberty or Ellis Island. This is a pleasant park with a lot of activities to do.

30th Avenue, Astoria Queens

by nyceagle1633

Weekdays, take N or W and weekends N to 30th Avenue Subway Stop..actually, it is above ground..and the stop is only 20 minutes from last stop in very close.

30th Avenue is Greek heavan, with a bit of Czech mix..maybe some Mexican..but Greek dominates here..and it's like a reminder of as European as you can get in the States..with the Avenue from 29th Street to Steinway (about 9 blocks) of cafes, gourmet stores and fruit/veggie markets. It's an outdoor scene. The cafes all have outdoor seating for people gazing (reminded me of the parisian style)...go to Athens Cafe or Avenue Cafe..and some good Greek places to eat..really good authentic..

Go to Mediterranean Foods 30-12 34th Street..just off 30th Avenue..

Business Suit Required! :)

by mwenn2100

"Another work adventure..."

Originally, I was excited to get to go out to Jersey City for a work week (then I got really sick and had to go anyway) so I'll admit that the fun factor was gone, but I did get a good feel for the financial part of the city and since I have to go back in a month... I'll leave the adventures until then!

Jersey City is also known as Finacial West as it is right across the river from Wall Street. The views into Manhattan are incredible and it boasts easy access to everything New York City has to offer. Jersey City itself (or at least the part I was in) was very business oriented, but next time I'm going across the river to explore!

aka CHILLTOWN (Double XX Posse)

by vaticanus

"STREET MURAL (Jersey City)"

Immigrants from Europe disembarked at Ellis Island. Once they cleared health inspection, they went to the mainland. For most immigrants, that was a 1000 foot boat ride to Jersey City sitting at the end of a peninsula extending into Upper New York Bay
Today, Jersey City is a thriving city of many neighborhoods- from India, the Philipines, Egypt, Pakistan, Mexico, South America, and Asia. Between 1980 and 2000 the Asian population quadrupled to 39,000. The present population of Jersey City is now 240,000.

This page consists of photos taking during one of my day trips to Jersey CIty in 2003.

"See Travelogue "GATEWAYS""

...wave after wave of immigrants have left sedimentary layers below the surface of things.
Layers: tear back the awning of a Filipino bakery and find the banner of a Puerto Rican bodega that came before. Rip that away and discover the marquee of an Italian deli. A deli becomes a bodega becomes a bakery. A church becomes a shul becomes a mosque. And so it goes, level upon level of culture, history, belief.
-From Star-Ledger 03.10.12 "The House That Three Faiths Rebuilt"


The Hudson and Lincoln Tunnels, the PATH trains, and AMTRACK connect NJ to NYC under the Hudson River. Ferries operate between Jersey City, Hoboken and Weehawken to Wall Street, and 34th Street.


by vaticanus


Journal Square is a transportation hub for PATH trains and buses. A small but busy modern commercial district has risen around it.



This is an older style of construction that I like very much.


Hudson County. "Payola" Politics. Party Machines. Bossism. Patronage. Cronyism. Nepotism. Bribery. The Fix. If there is a "Matrix" to the gestalt of New Jersey- this is probably it.


If you shoot enough pictures, something interesting turns up.

"COLGATE TOWER (detail)"

We no longer use the venerable and descriptive "skyscraper" for tall buildings in the US. Now, we say towers. It is ironic that Milton chooses towers to describe the battlements of Satan's infernal capital Pan-demonium:

...those proud Tow'rs to swift destruction doom'd. (PL III.v.907

The Colgate Tower with its distinctive hoodlike cap and color stands quite alone overlooking the Hudson River opposite lower Manhattan . This shows the ventilation intakes way up so high that their true size is hard to realize.


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