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Quaker Bridge Mall

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July 22, 2018
Great Shopping Mall!
June 26, 2018
Nice quaint mall with Lord and Taylor, Sears, JC Pennys, Macy and more.
November 7, 2015
Great shopping, movies, and restaurants.
November 6, 2015
Route 1 has lots of box stores. Google what you are looking for and it's likely nearby in Mercer Mall or Quakerbridge Mall. Too many to list.

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Bus Station
“A major stop on NJ Transit’s Northeast Corridor line, with many trains per day from New York, Newark airport and Trenton. Each day a few Amtrak trains also stop. These include the Keystone and the Northeast Regional lines, servicing destinations such as Boston, Philadelphia and DC. The Dinky connects this station to the Princeton campus. Another option for getting into town is Lyft/Uber. Regular taxis do park at the station, but the pricing is bizarre ($25 to Princeton?!?!?) and the drivers can be rude.”
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