ADD TO LISTJersey City attracts only a small number of travelers, who mostly stop for a visit to see the Newport Centre Mall. Otherwise those traveling through the area generally visit the more popular destinations such as Newark and Atlantic City. If you do travel to Jersey City, please take some time to tell us about what you saw in this Jersey City travel guide.
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Close to the Journal Square PATH Station in Jersey City, you can find nice Indian restaurants and many stores carrying Indian groceries (think, exotic Indian spices!) on Newark Avenue. Try visiting during the Indian festival of Dassehra sometime during Oct or Nov, and at night the street is closed to all traffic for nine days. People gather and perform a beautiful Indian dance form, the Garba. It is fun to watch and even more fun to join in the festivities!
Jamais pegue 1 transfer do Hotel ate o aeroporto de JFK,sem antes negociar o preco,com detalhes.Nao deixe na mao do Poeteiro negocie voce.Certa vez por descuido,deixei de faze-lo,e um transfer que custaria nao mais que U$ 120 o cara me cobrou U$ 350,pois,disse que as malas estavam pesadas.Sem alternativa tive que chamar a Policia no aeroporto,mas mesmo assim veio para 250......Hotel Westin.na Washington Ave....
Its almost a borough of NYC, but lands on the Jersey Side. Use the PATH Train and Hudsen/Bergen Light Rail to get around. It is EXTREMELY diverse with culture on each corner.
Must visit, but has seedy areas. Be MORE alert than you would be in Manhattan, on par with Brooklyn.
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