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Lambertville
October 2000

In the October issue of TRAVELER, we feature 22 superb weekend getaways. One of our selections is Lambertville, New Jersey, a quaint town known for its antique shops. If you’re an avid collector, like TRAVELER deputy art director Leigh Borghesani, we think you’ll be inspired to visit after reading her tale. So here we offer the very best links on traveling to Lambertville.














BASICS

Getting There
www.lambertville.org/directions.html
Directions from the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Philadelphia, and New York City—plus, direct links to city maps and parking information

www.lambertville.org/travel.html
Contact information for daily bus services

Determining Time Difference
www.timezoneconverter.com/cgi-bin/tzc.tzc
Times and dates for states in the eastern time zone

Checking Weather Forecasts
www.weather.com/weather/us/states/New_Jersey.html
Seven-day forecast, current weather conditions, satellite maps, and severe-weather alerts, as reported by the Weather Channel

ESSENTIALS

Where to Eat
www.lambertville.org/dining.html
Information, hours of operation, and telephone numbers for two dozen restaurants in and around the city—compiled by the Lambertville Area Chamber of Commerce

www.lambertvillestation.com/station.html
Lambertville Station, a restaurant and pub housed in a restored 19th-century train station on the banks of the Delaware River

www.areaguidebook.com/dining.html
More than 40 listings of eateries, many with direct links

Where to Stay
www.lambertville.org/lodging.html
Direct links and descriptions for 12 inns and bed-and-breakfasts, compiled by the Lambertville Area Chamber of Commerce

www.areaguidebook.com/lodging.html
A lodging guide with direct links to hotels and inns in Bucks and Hunterdon Counties

How to Get Around
www.lambertville.org/travel.html
Contact information for daily bus services, compiled by the Lambertville Area Chamber of Commerce

THINGS TO DO

Activities
www.lambertville.org/thingstodo.html
Listings and links for activities, including walking tours, river tubing, and historic-house tours

www.areaguidebook.com/entertain.html
Information on entertainment, recreational activities, and museum exhibits in Bucks and Hunterdon Counties

Recreation
www.chimneyhillinn.com/attractions.htm#recreations
Activities from canal rides to hot air balloon rides, offered by the Chimney Hill Inn

Shopping
www.areaguidebook.com/arts.html
Extensive listings of art galleries, antique shops—plus, useful shopping links

www.lambertville.org/shopping.html
Shopping information for antiques, art, jewelry, wine, and more

www.chelseagca.com/location/liberty/libe.html
Information on factory-direct stores located in the nearby Liberty Village Premium Outlets mall

Cultural Activities
www.lambertville.org/shad.html
Information on Lambertville’s Shad Festival, a 20-year-old environmental celebration

www.lambertville.org/calendar.html
Calendar of local festivals and events, including contact information

MEDIA

Books
www.areaguidebook.com
Introductory excerpt from and ordering information for the Area Guide Book, a 272-page book about the arts, antiques, and history of Bucks and Hunterdon counties—plus, an online guide to art, lodging and shopping

Newspapers
www.hunterdon-online.com
The online version of the Hunterdon County Democrat

TRAVEL GUIDES

Map Links
www.state.nj.us/transportation/gis/index.html
Links for downloadable state maps, provided by the New Jersey Department of Transportation

FOR MORE INFORMATION

New Jersey Commerce and Economic Growth Commission
www.state.nj.us/travel/skylandlisting1.htm#lambertville
Includes contact information and links for accommodations, cultural activities, attractions, and shopping

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