27 Oct 2019 - 28 Oct 2019
2 guests - 1 room
One of my favorite spot to stroll around and eat during the summer! This is a very lively and historic college town suitable for students, teenagers, couples and families to eat, shop, walk, and spend the day!
It was spring of 2011 , I was here just to spend my sunny morning in the University Campus . I graduated several decades back , yet the visit to a School environment brought back a flood of nostalgic memories . The chaos of bicycles and roaring laughter from groups of students made me wonder if anytthing has ever changed in this world . My cousin and I parked ourselves at the bar in the Brewery and it was a perfect lunch . I was visiting my cousin in NJ , so had to pack up soon but whenever I am this side of the Country , the street and sidewalk of ths University town will always beckon
Definitely one of my favorite towns in New Jersey! If I was to live in New Jersey again Princeton is quite possibly the only place in the state I would want to live. It's a part of New Jersey that doesn't really feel like New Jersey. And with the University there is a draw for people not only from all over the US but from around the world!
Princeton is one of those rare towns that is brainy-chic. From its used book stores, Princeton Record Exchange and many cafes to Princeton Battlefield State Park and the town cemetery where Aaron Burr and Grover Cleveland are buried, Princeton is a neat place to hang out and explore. The Nassau Inn is the nicest hotel in town and the University is so beautiful that it's not unusual for visitors to walk around the quads. The rest of the town is a series of stately homes on treeline streets that are breathtaking in the autumn.