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Circle Line: Complete Manhattan Island Cruise
"While you cruise your knowledgeable tour guide acts as part entertainer and part historian bringing the city's breathtaking sights and fascinating history to life. You will discover the secrets of New York City as you sail around Manhattan Island and see three rivers seven major bridges including the Brooklyn Bridge the five boroughs over 25 world-renowned landmarks and
From $42.00
 
Circle Line: New York Landmarks Cruise
"Your cruise takes you sailing down the Hudson around Battery Park up the East River past the South Street Seaport and under the Brooklyn Bridge. Part entertainer part historian your knowledgeable tour guide brings New York's breathtaking sights and fascinating history to life.Beverages food and souvenirs are available for purchase on board. There are ramps available to enable wheelchair access; however
From $37.00
 
Circle Line: NYC Liberty Cruise
"Hop aboard your boat from Pier 83 on the west side of Manhattan. Your 60-minute cruise takes you down the Hudson River to the Statue of Liberty before turning back. Along the way learn about the sites and New York’s history from an informative guide on board and keep your camera out and ready.Get a prime vantage point of the majestic Statue of Liberty as your captain pulls up within 100 feet (30 meters) of the monument. Pass by Ellis Island and learn about its historic role in American immigration. Set your sights on One World Trade Center the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere at a height of 1776 feet (541 meters). Sail past the World Financial Center (renamed Brookfield Place in 2014 after renovations) home to corporation giants like Merrill Lynch
From $22.00

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New Jersey Devils

Congratulations to the New Jersey Devils on winning the Stanley Cup!Check out their official webpage for more info. Home games are played in the Continental Airlines Arena, The Meadowlands, Secaucus,...
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Fishing in NJ is World Class

Fishing in New Jersey is a year round opportunity. During the summer, warm gulfstream water flows close enough to our shore to bring nutrient rich water to our coast. The ultimate prize for your...
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The Delaware RIver

The Delaware River, which serves as the border between New Jersey and Pennsylvania, provides outdoors-oriented residents of the Garden State with plenty of opportunites for fun. These include rafting,...
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The Meadowlands

The Meadowlands sports complex is comprised of a football stadium that is shared by the New York Jets and New York Giants football teams and the Metrostars soccer team, an arena that is shared by the...
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Go bowling!

In the cold winter months, we usually go bowling at least once a year. Last year Anna was finally big enough to roll the ball down the lane. She had a great time and we did too. You have to like a...
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Snowtubing at Campgaw!

Campgaw Mountain is a little ski area with some killer snowtubing! Campgaw is great for beginners. It's a very small mountain with only 2 "trails" so to speak. They give lesons not only for skiing,...
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Mountain Creek Water Park

A fun way to spend a hot summer day (we played hookie from work!) Mountain Creek, formerly called Action Park, has tons of waterslides, rafting rides, cliff diving, a wave pool and my personal...
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Giants Stadium

Ironically, both of New York's NFL football teams (the Giants and Jets) play at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Before this bit of irony, the Giants used to play at New...
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Roosevelt Park

Metuchen's Roosevelt Park is a great place for families, couples, joggers, bikers and anyone who likes the great outdoors in the New York suburbs of northern New Jersey. The park has two sections. In...
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Continental Airlines Arena

The New Jersey Nets are one team the state can call its own. The Nets are a basketball team and the Devils are an NHL hockey team. At least in terms of sport franchises, New Jersey is asserting itself...
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Beach access for fishing and dune buggys

Vehicle access is allowed at the south end of the beach for those vehicles with appropriate tires for the sand. Many people take their vehicles out on the beach and surf fish from there. A permit is...
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Skiing in New Jersey

We get a lot of snow here (especially this past winter!) If you are in NJ in the winter I would recommend skiing at Hidden Valley. It is not as well known as Vernon Valley, but I prefer it. Shorter...
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Canoeing Calm Waters

Long ago, canoeing was an important means of transportation for the tribes that inhabited New Jersey. If you are in the mood for some real peace and quiet, take a canoe out into the Pine Barrens. The...
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Horses in Howell

If you are in the Shore area, nearby Howell has many horse farms, and you can go horseback riding. I went to Circle A where a guide takes you through beautiful Allaire State Park. You get a crash...
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Top Hotels in New Jersey

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1 Borgata Way, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 08401, United States
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251 Beach Avenue, Cape May, New Jersey, 08204, United States
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4385 US Hwy No 1 South, Princeton, New Jersey, 08540, United States
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Spicer & Atlantic Aves., Wildwood, New Jersey, 08260, United States
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1510 Boardwalk, 15th and Boardwalk, Ocean City, New Jersey, 08226, United States
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2 Exchange Place, Jersey City, New Jersey, 7302, United States
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Top Things to Do in New Jersey

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Casinos and Gambling

play in machines, in ruletas, in black jack, in 21, etc. ew Jersey's gambling laws are among the least restrictive in the United States; legal, in-state online gambling was instituted in New Jersey in...
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Victorian Houses

Cape May, New Jersey's collection of Victorian homes attracts visitors from all over the world. It's no wonder. The entire New Jersey seashore town is a National Historic Landmark. Who would have...
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American Family Immigration History Center

Just one of those neat exhibits they have with the main building. As you shift your position then you can see the many different wonderful faces. So make sure you wonder around to catch all the great...
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Central Railroad New Jersey Terminal

From 1892 through 1954 Central Railroad New Jersey Terminal in Jersey City was another historical place connected to history of immigration to United States. Immigrants accepted at Ellis Island...
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Ocean City Boardwalk

I found Ocean City's Boardwalk to be nicer than the notorious one in Atlantic City, not only as it lacks the big casinos/hotels but also because there are endless back-to-back businesses and...
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Barnegat Light

Barnegat was built in 1859 by George G. Meade at a station originally established in 1835. Barnegat, a sibling of Absecon Light, was the tallest U.S. lighthouse when it was built, and it is still the...
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"The Best of New Jersey!"
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"b1bob's New Jersey adventures: a work in progress"
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"NEW JERSEY POTPOURRI"
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"NEW JERSEY"
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