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FARRAH AND JAMES'S WEDDING

September, 2007 in Trenton
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Ceremony: War Memorial Building

Ceremony:

War Memorial Building

1 Memorial Dr
West Lafayette Street at Barrack Street, Trenton
Trenton, NJ, USA
(609) 984-8400

Hotel:

Marriott-Lafayette Yard

1 W Lafayette St
Trenton, NJ, USA
(609) 421-4000

Restaurant:

Cafe' Ole'

126 S Warren St
Trenton, NJ, USA
(609) 396-2233

Restaurant:

Rainbow Town Restaurant LLC

111 S Warren St
Trenton, NJ, USA
(609) 989-0277

Restaurant:

Settimo Cielo

17 E Front St
Trenton, NJ 08608, US
(609) 656-8877

Restaurant:

Try Jay's Waffle & Chicken Inc

29 S Warren St
Trenton, NJ, USA
(609) 392-4370

Attraction:

ArtWorks

19 Everett Alley
Trenton, NJ 08611, US
(609) 394-9436

"This visual arts school with studios and gallery is located in a historic renovated factory building next to Mill Hill Park. Classes and workshops in a wide variety of visual arts media are offered year-round for children, teens and adults. A 2,000 square-foot gallery features ten exhibitions annually."

Attraction:

CVS Pharmacy

2147 Hamilton Ave
Trenton, NJ, USA
(609) 588-4700

Attraction:

CVS Pharmacy

1618 N Olden Ave
Trenton, NJ, USA
(609) 599-2179

Attraction:

CVS Pharmacy

200 Route 33
Mercerville, NJ, USA
(609) 890-7488

Attraction:

Lawrence Shopping Center

2495 US Highway 1
Lawrenceville, NJ, USA
(609) 620-1011

"Staples Burlington Coat Factory CVS Acme Dollar Store"

Attraction:

NEW JERSEY STATE HOUSE

205 W State St
Trenton, NJ, USA
(609) 292-6308

"The capitol since 1792, the State House is New Jersey's most historic public building. Today it houses the executive and legislative branches of government, includes magnificently restored chambers and is a "must see" for anyone interested in civics and architecture. One-hour guided tours take place on days (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays) when the Legislature does not meet. Groups of over ten and all school groups require advance reservations."

Attraction:

New Jersey State Museum

205 W State St
Trenton, NJ, USA
(609) 292-6308

"Features American art of the 19th and 20th centuries; planetarium, children's theater, Native American artifacts, films, lectures, and special events. Open Tues. through Sat., 9 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.; Sun., Noon - 5 p.m. Closed Mondays and holidays."

Attraction:

Old Barracks Museum

20 W State St
Trenton, NJ, USA
(609) 396-1776

"The Old Barracks was built in 1758 and offers costumed "first person" interpretive history programs that involve visitors with the important ideas and events of 1777 New Jersey. The newly restored building features a changing exhibition gallery and gift shop that sells books and colonial-era items"

Attraction:

Quaker Bridge Mall

3320 Brunswick Ave
Lawrenceville, NJ, USA
(609) 275-1917

Attraction:

Target

500 Nassau Park Blvd
Princeton, NJ, USA
(609) 951-8555

Attraction:

TRENTON BATTLE MONUMENT

Warren & Broad Streets, Trenton

(609) 737-0623

"Designed by John H. Duncan, architect of President Grant’s Tomb, and dedicated in 1893, the monument is a triumphal column of granite 148 feet high which marks the place where George Washington placed the artillery for the Battle of Trenton. Three cast bronze plaques, two by Thomas Eakins and one by Karl Niehaus, depict Washington’s army crossing the Delaware, the opening of the Battle of Trenton, and the surrender of the Hessians. Call for current visiting hours."

Attraction:

William Trent House Museum

15 Market St
Trenton, NJ, USA
(609) 989-3027

"The 1719 home of William Trent is open to the public again following extensive restoration. Call for further information."

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