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Howard Johnson Inn Clifton


Howard Johnson Inn Clifton


This Clifton, NJ hotel is situated an easy 10-minute drive from East Rutherford’s Meadowlands Sports Complex, and a 20-minute ride from Newark Liberty International Airport. Walk a half-mile to the Clifton Commons Park and Ride, hop a New Jersey Transit bus, and reach Midtown Manhattan in about 40 minutes. And with free parking at Howard Johnson Inn Clifton, you can leave your car, avoid steep Big Apple parking fees, and save your cash for city fun. Start your morning at this Howard Johnson property with complimentary newspapers and coffee, both available in the lobby. There are several restaurants nearby. Wireless Internet access is complimentary throughout the hotel, including in the business center. And if you want to maintain your workout routine, you can step into the 3rd floor fitness center. Back in your room, heat up a snack in the microwave, or grab a cold drink from the refrigerator. Check your email using the complimentary wireless Internet access, or catch an HBO movie on TV.


Todays: $89

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Clifton


Clifton


With much fanfare, Clifton became New Jersey’s twelfth-largest city on an April night in 1917. On that day, the people voted 1,276 to 948 to change their form of government and to leave behind the name of Acquackanonk Township. With 500 people in tow, Muscatti’s band made its way to the city’s crossroads, at Main Street and Clifton Avenue, and played the "Star-Spangled Banner." Red-and-green fireworks lit the sky as townspeople climbed into automobiles and formed an impromptu parade. From then on, Clifton was on its own path. With a striking selection of photographs, many of which have rarely been seen, Clifton tells the story of this remarkable city. It is a community that became home to industry as well as households. Following World War II, it ranked as the state’s fastest-growing city. Fanned in part by its proximity to New York and the highways that crossed its border, Clifton spread into new neighborhoods that took shape on the vast farmlands to the west. As one c. 1900s building association proclaimed, Clifton had every advantage: convenience of access to business, good neighbors, beauty and variety of landscape, moderate price of land.


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