Top 10 worst places to live in New Jersey. #1 is bad but getting better. Relocate?
Top 10 worst places to live in New Jersey. #1 is bad but getting better. If you have ever thought of relocating to New Jersey because you like a lot of spray tan, New Jersey Maybe the place for you to move. Watch this video and learn about Camden, Paterson, Trenton, and more. Not a great state to relocate.
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Met up with my friend Marc at Yestercades arcade in Red Bank. I've been here a few times before and it is a pretty cool place. Aside from a lot of classic arcade games and pinball machines, there are old game platforms connected to TVs with couches to relax on while you are playing. And they also have 1980s music videos playing in the background to help with the nostalgia experience. Thanks for watching.
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Welcome to Little Manila!! – Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
Welcome to Little Manila in Jersey City, NJ in the United States!! I made this tour video walking and driving. This community is located in the Journal Square district, specifically in the Five Corners neighborhood in the city of Jersey City. In Newark Avenue, close to Summit Avenue and its surroundings, has a lot of Filipino restaurants, grocery stores, bakeries, travel agencies, and more. Also, a just a few blocks east in Newark Ave, there is a strip mall of Pinoy stores. (Since this area is very diverse, it also has a lot of stores and restaurants of other nationalities, but as you can see in this video, there are rows of Pinoy stores and restaurants, making this area a Little Manila.) Being in these restaurants you feel that you are in the Philippines. Jersey City has over 16,000 Filipinos and is a very diverse city of over a quarter million inhabitants, located just west of New York City, across the Hudson River. Close to Little Manila, just a few blocks, there is a major transportation hub with trains and buses, which is very easy to visit here.
Also, there are a lot of Filipinos in some parts of the city, such as in Downtown Jersey City, and therefore, there's an avenue that is called Manila Avenue, but is not a commercial avenue; is a residential avenue with a lot of houses and some buildings, but is very close to the area of skyscrapers, hotels and businesses.
Welcome to West Orange, New Jersey
westorange.org West Orange, the town Where Invention Lives, is a township of almost 45,000 people that has a total area of 12.2 square miles.The town unfolds across the first and second Watchung Mountains with well over 1,000 acres of open land including most of South Mountain Reservation as well as Eagle Rock Reservation. West Orange is bordered by Essex Fells, Livingston, Montclair, Millburn, Orange and Verona, NJ and is about 14 miles from New York City.
In addition, the recreation opportunities don't stop with the miles of hiking trails. There are 4 golf courses, the Turtle Back Zoo, Codey Skating Arena, Mini Golf Safari, Essex County Equestrian Club, Oscar Schindler Performing Arts Center, New Jersey's best events facilities, and dozens of restaurants featuring cuisines from around the world.
The downtown area features the Thomas Edison National Historical Park that recently received $16 million in improvements as well as the thriving Valley Arts District anchored by the Luna Stage Theater Company facility.
When you see all of these amazing amenities you'll understand why Mayor Robert Parisi says, Once you visit West Orange, you'll want to stay.
Holiday Inn Hotel Boston-somerville - Somerville, Massachusetts
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Nestled between the historic streets and financial center of Boston and the academic hub of Cambridge is the Holiday Inn® Boston - Somerville. Our hotel's location is near all that Boston and Cambridge have to offer. With our address, you'll always be near your business, educational and vacation destinations in the Boston area.
Our hotel's guests appreciate being near Boston to visit Fenway Park, Fanueil Hall or the Museum of Science. Historic landmarks, including Bunker Hill Monument and USS Constitution Museum are nearby. Harvard Square, with its shops and great eateries, is two miles away.
Business travelers appreciate our Somerville hotel's amenities and location. They're just minutes from Kendall Square in Cambridge, Akamai, Amgen, Biogen Idec, Genzyme, Google, Novartis and Sapient are nearby. Harvard University, MIT and Tufts University are 10 minutes from our Somerville hotel's address. We feature more than 8,000 sq ft of convention space for meetings of 10 to 400. Custom catering, complimentary parking and high-speed, Wi-Fi access and a team of professionals to oversee your event make us the right choice.
For the perfect stay in the Boston area, our hotel's amenities are the answer. You'll enjoy authentic New England cuisine, a 24-hour Fitness Center, indoor pool, whirlpool and a sauna. We even offer scheduled shuttle service. Our Somerville hotel's staff looks forward to welcoming you.
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Collingswood, NJ - Old-Fashioned Charm and Urban Flavor.
Collingswood - Old-Fashioned Charm and Urban Flavor.
Collingswood has become one of the best dining and shopping areas in Southern NJ.
Grand Jersey Hotel and Spa, Saint Helier Jersey, UK - 5 star hotel
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Boston Fenway Neighbourhood
Boston Red Sox and the Museum of Fine Arts both are located in the Fenway area. I have called this neighborhood home since I moved to Boston.
Fenway Park is Red Sox's home stadium. It is the oldest ballpark in MLB. Fenway has hosted the World Series ten times, with the Red Sox winning five of them so far. The first, in the park's inaugural season, was the 1912 World Series and the most recent was the 2013 World Series.
The section of Boylston street adjacent to the south side of the stadium, has seen several modern high-rises built up during the last 5 years or so; Boutique furniture stores, fancy restaurants and Cafes like Starbucks moved in; The area has been transformed into a booming and fashionable location.
Walking across Boylston street, along Jersey street for 3 blocks, is the pride and gem of our neighborhood: the Clemente Field, named in honor of the legendary Hall of Fame baseball player and humanitarian, Roberto Clemente. It's a green, synthetic turf, three-lane, rubberized, all-weather, Olympic-size track and field, with stadium-lighting system, accommodating softball, baseball, soccer, gym and various track and field activities for local schools, collages and the public.
The two basketball courts adjacent to the field are where I practice the daily exercise routines in the morning with my Tai Chi friends from Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Dorchester, Somerville, Newton, New Hampshire, New York, Missouri, California, Guatemala, India, Russia, Japan and China.
This is a particularly good Feng Shui spot, with water (the Muddy river) flowing nearby, perfect for boosting health and well-being.
Across the Clemente Field is the Muddy river. There is a big population of Canadian Gooses and ducks around the river and the meadows. Every spring, the parades of the goslings and ducklings and their parents have always been the most adorable scenes to behold. Big fishes and turtles also live in the river.
A little bridge on the river, something right out of a Monet painting, leads to the back entrance to the Museum, the fourth largest museum in the United States, housing a large collection of Egyptian artifacts and French impressionist paintings, Monet's works among them.
One benefit of living so close to the museum is I can visit the Museum for free every Wednesday from 4 PM, so that I could view and appreciate the exhibitions at a more relaxed pace.
My apartment is at Park drive, on the top floor of a building directly facing the Clemente Field, with a panoramic view of the muddy river, the Rose garden, the Clemente Field, the back entrance to the museum, and most of all, the spectacular seasonal scenes of the Nature: Spring blossom, Fall foliage and Winter snow.
The Zan Japanese garden is right across the river via the little iron bridge.
Hopewell Township Home For Sale: 175 Woosamonsa Road, Pennington, New Jersey
Escape to your luxurious country estate on the outskirts of Princeton, NJ. Nestled in hundreds of acres of pastoral, rolling hills, the homestead is on 3 acres shaded by mature, specimen trees, with 9 additional acres of woodlands and meadows, and bordered on one side by Jacobs Creek. A gorgeous stone house, with its oldest section dating from pre-Revolutionary times, is only one highlight of the property which was expanded and lovingly restored by a visiting Englishman in 1998. The expansion included a grand hall with built-in, paneled cabinetry, large fireplace and exposed beams that relate beautifully with the traditional details. Throughout the residence, the patina of yesteryear is present, blended with the amenities of a modern lifestyle Pumpkin pine wood floors, the original cook in fireplace in the dining room, five additional fireplaces, hand-hewn beams, and deep-set windows still grace the house. The master bedroom features a deep vaulted beamed ceiling and marble, en suite bathroom with full dressing room. Four additional bedrooms can be found on the upper level, one of which is a second master suite. The sanctuary of a beautiful, tranquil yoga studio with heated floor awaits on the lower level. Well-proportioned decks and patios, pool and spa, and extensive landscaping seamlessly connect the property and its structures. This is an enchanting offering with the main house comprising almost seven thousand square feet of comfort and charm, able to accommodate large parties. No detail has been overlooked to create a warm and entertaining-friendly place to call home. Approaching the house, one passes a large barn, the carriage house and an open shed, all sharing the oldest period construction (hand-hewn beams and dowels) and all meticulously maintained. The barn is an inviting space for entertaining but could be adapted into equestrian facilities. Explore the property to discover mature woods and a meadow, with a historic carriage trail and another leading to a hidden bluff overlooking a horseshoe bend in the river. Four seasons of private wilderness hiking, biking and snow activities are just steps from the back door. Situated in Hopewell Township with convenient access to Newark and Philadelphia airports, train stations, and Interstate 95. Only fifteen minutes from Trenton Mercer regional airport (KTTN) for corporate, charter and private aircraft. Includes whole house generator and option to purchase Clarence, a Kawasaki Mule 4x4.