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My late grandparents once lived a few miles from Hoboken, even in the fifties they never said much about the city. I do know there are a lot of small towns right next to each other there and its hard to
tell where one begins and another one ends. My late granpa use to take the bus up the fort lee road to New York city, used to hear grandma talk about fort lee. When it was on news lately about the
bridge lanes being closed my ears perked up. They also lived very close to Ozzie and Harriet Nelson
of old tv fame, early years in Teaneck,Nj.
HOBOKEN !! OMG !!
Pure stress just getting there !! And what a dumpster (once inside).
During the daylight hours it is clearly a tourist town geared mainly towards the culture of the Amish people, a tranquil and respectable community, yet hardly known for generating any "excitement," and the nightlife scene consists of basically one 4 or 5 block section of the main drag...(?)
To top that off, they really shouldn't include any area that is part of a commonwealth state, such as PA, where every little township has its own set of rules and a little police force just looking to issue citations!
Not to mention, in respect to some of the other comments, how many 30-somethings are really going to have a ton of fun around a bunch of booze fueled college kids?
& frankly "college town" does not make it exciting.
Unless your staff is 20.
Its also been ravaged by the recession, commercially.
Now if this story was 1997-2000 yup, but now. Yawn.