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Many think of New Jersey as a small state typically overshadowed by New York City and Philadelphia due to its relative location to both major cities. However, New Jersey has many of its own exceptional and interesting qualities such as the lush and widely preserved Pine Barrens, or the long miles of ocean beaches, and take for example the state's own large cities; Newark and Jersey City. The state draws in thousands of tourists annually who are driven to visit the Statue of Liberty or Ellis Island, hike the Appalachian Trail, or gamble along the coast.  Those who visit are welcomed by resort casinos, hotel suites, friendly campgrounds, and many other preferred accommodations.

Due to the state's geographical location, it has always been considered a crossroads for commerce, and of course the state's largest cities can't help but be directly influenced by both Philadelphia and New York City, who encourage and aid New Jersey's prosperity. Newark, a large New Jersey city, is very close to NYC and is often used for its conveniently located airport. Many who visit the city choose to stay in the many hotels located near the airport, also a short drive or metro ride to NYC. Similarly, Jersey City, providing the tip off point for ferry rides to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, is also a historic landmark. Jersey City's historic downtown and diverse neighborhoods add to the distinctive charm of the state. Providing lodging to suit the needs of both business and leisure, the city is a great choice for visitors wanting to travel in and out of state lines.

Other, tourist destinations within New Jersey are Princeton, Hoboken, and Atlantic City. Home of Princeton University and Einstein, the small town of Princeton is quaint and classic. Tourist may stroll the streets and view many of the 19th century mansions or visit the University campus. Hoboken, birthplace of that jazzy singer Sinatra, is another classy town. Historic and filled with memories of days gone by, Hoboken is experiencing a rejuvenation by NYC youth. On the other hand, Atlantic City, offers visitors a completely different experience. A rather large resort town on the edge of the ocean, Atlantic city is a buzz with casinos, theme rides, hotels, and themed lodging.

Without a doubt New Jersey is abundantly diverse and chock full of history and entertainment. Whether traveling to the state for tourism, business, or leisure, this state has the right accommodations to suit the needs of every visitor.


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