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Things to do in Newark

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The top 4 attractions in Newark

Airports in Newark
Limousine Service from Airport
If you go to New York in a group of more than 8 people, you can travel from the airport to your hotel for the same price and in a much more original way, in a limousine. We were a group of 14 people and hired the limos from Newark airport to our midtown Manhattan hotel plus return, for a cost of less than $ 700, including taxes, tips and a great car. Prices are: Luxury Town Car for 3 Passengers $ 90, SUV for 6 Passengers with bags $ 135, Stretch Limo for 5 Passengers with bags $ 145, Super Stretch Limo for 7 Passengers with suitcases and Luxury Van $ 155, SUV PINK Limo for 10 Passengers with bags $ 320, H2 Hummer for 10 Passengers with bags $ 330. The price includes the transport plus soft drinks. The experience is unique and comfortable, especially after arriving from a long trip. If you intend to rent a limo in NY, this option from the airport is a good idea. You can also see a lot of the city from the limo as it is driving along.
Cathedrals in Newark
Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart
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Photographs taken on my holiday trip to the USA in 2013
Of Touristic Interest in Newark
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Villages in Newark
Harrison
You’ll know you've made it to Harrison when you hear sounds of a band playing in the shore view bar and see folks walking through the sloping city park to the city beach. Harrison is one of those small-town summer time gems – just 203 people live here, but they live in an expansive natural environment that includes forests, parks, mountains, and sprawling Lake Coeur d’Alene. Lake Coeur d’Alene is one of America’s largest lakes, and Harrison has a prime lakeside location far from the bustle of the city of Coeur d’Alene, which sits to the north. Besides the lake itself, top attractions here include Heyburn State Park and the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes, a converted rails-to-trails pedestrian path that crosses much of northern Idaho.