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American Airlines Flights from Dallas (DFW) to Newark (EWR)

Orbitz is pleased to offer airline tickets on American Airlines, which operates 2 regularly scheduled daily non-stop flights from Dallas (DFW) to Newark (EWR), departing between 7:05am and 5:25pm, and 4 additional non-stop flights, departing between 9:20am and 8:40pm on select days of the week. Usually a McDonnell Douglas MD80 or McDonnell Douglas MD83 is flown for this route, with in-seat power sources available. The average travel time from Dallas, TX to Newark, NJ is 3 hours and 20 minutes.

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During your Newark vacation, don't miss these great establishments and attractions:

Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Just down the street from the Brooklyn Museum of Art (below) is the most popular botanic garden in the city. This peaceful 52-acre sanctuary is at its most spectacular in May, when thousands of deep pink blossoms of cherry trees are abloom. Well worth seeing is the spectacular Cranford Rose Garden, one of the largest and finest in the country; the Shakespeare Garden, an English garden featuring plants mentioned in his writings; a Children's Garden; the Osborne Garden, a 3-acre formal garden; the Fragrance Garden, designed for the blind but appreciated by all noses; and the extraordinary Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden. The renowned C. V. Starr Bonsai Museum is home to the world's oldest and largest collection of bonsai, while the impressive $2.5 million Steinhardt Conservatory holds the garden's extensive indoor plant collection.

Mother A.M.E. Zion Church
Another of Harlem's great gospel churches is this African Methodist Episcopal house of worship, the first black church to be founded in New York State. Established on John Street in Lower Manhattan in 1796, Mother A.M.E. was known as the "Freedom Church" for the central role it played in the Underground Railroad. Among the escaped slaves the church hid was Frederick Douglass; other famous congregants have included Sojourner Truth and Paul Robeson. Mother A.M.E. relocated to Harlem in 1914, and moved into this grand edifice in 1925. Rousing Sunday services are at 11am.

Union Square Park
Here's a delightful place to spend an afternoon. Reclaimed from drug dealers and abject ruin in the late '80s, Union Square Park is now one of the city's best assets and home of the New York's most famous Greenmarket. The seemingly endless subway work should no longer be disturbing the peace by the time you're here. This patch of green remains, with or without the construction, the focal point of the newly fashionable Flatiron and Gramercy Park neighborhoods. Don't miss the grand equestrian statue of George Washington at the south end or the bronze statue (by Bartholdi, the sculptor of the Statue of Liberty) of the marquis de Lafayette at the eastern end, gracefully glancing toward France. A cafe is open at the north end of the park in warm weather.The Greening of New York--Whenever I travel to a city anywhere around the world, I make it a priority to visit that city's greenmarket, or farmer's market. I've been to some great ones, and I might be a tad bit prejudiced, but I haven't been to many better than the Union Square Greenmarket here in New York City. New York has greenmarkets throughout the city on different days of the week, but the biggest and the best is at Union Square every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. You'll find pickings from upstate and New Jersey farms, fresh fish from Long Island, homemade cheese and other dairy products, baked goods, plants, and organic herbs and spices. It's a true New York scene with everyone from models to celebrated chefs poring through the bounty. The Union Square Greenmarket is open year-round, but is at its peak August through October when the local harvest -- tomatoes, corn, greens, grapes, peppers, and apples -- flourishes. If you are lucky enough to be in the city during this period, don't miss the bonanza and do pick up some apples or grapes for your travels around the city -- but even if you're not, check it out no matter what the season. For more information and locations and schedules, refer to the Council on the environment of New York City website at www.cenyc.org or call tel. 212/477-3220.


Make your reservations for discount hotel rooms in the Newark area, including:

The Sherry-Netherland
Housed in a wonderful 1927 neo-Romanesque building overlooking Fifth Avenue and Central Park, the Sherry-Netherland is one of a kind: It's both a first-class hotel and a quietly elegant residential building where the guest rooms are privately owned co-ops. As a result, the rooms vary greatly in style, but each is grandly proportioned with high ceilings, big bathrooms, and walk-in closets. The rooms are very spacious and every one features high-quality furnishings and art. About half are suites with kitchenettes that have a cooktop or microwave, often both.You'll pay more for a lighter, park- or street-facing room; the views are stunning, but the lower floors can be noisy for light sleepers. Interior-facing rooms are darker and quieter but no less fabulous, and a lot cheaper; one of my favorites is no. 814, an Art Deco-contemporary one-bedroom with a gorgeous marble bathroom, a terrific kitchen with bar, and a wealth of luxurious space. If you'd prefer a more traditionally styled room, let the excellent staff know. The hotel is old-world formal but not the least bit stuffy.Packed with Armani-suited moguls, million-dollar models, and East Side denizens, Harry Cipriani's restaurant, located on the lobby level, is the ultimate power spot; the wildly expensive food is excellent (especially the pappardelle with in-season mushrooms), as is the tuxedoed service.

Hotel Grand Union
This centrally located hotel is big with budget-minded international travelers. A pleasant white-on-white lobby leads to clean and spacious rooms with nice extras that are uncommon in this price category, such as hair dryers and free HBO. Bad fluorescent overhead lighting, unattractive colonial-style furniture, and an utter lack of natural light dampen the mood -- but considering the roominess, low rates, and excellent central-to-everything location, the Grand Union is a very good deal. Room no. 309, a nicely configured quad with two twins and a queen in a separate alcove, is a great bet for families. Most bathrooms have been freshly outfitted in granite or tile; ask for a newly renovated one to get the most for your money. The staff is helpful, there's a pleasant sitting room off the lobby, and an adjacent coffee shop is convenient for morning coffee or a quick burger.

Travel Inn
Extras such as a huge outdoor pool and sun deck, a sunny and up-to-date fitness room, and absolutely free parking (with in and out privileges!) make the Travel Inn another terrific deal, similar to the one offered by the Skyline Hotel . Like the Skyline, the Travel Inn may not be loaded with personality, but it does offer the clean, bright regularity of a good chain hotel -- an attractive trait in a city where "quirky" is the catchword at most affordable hotels. Rooms are oversize and comfortably furnished, with extra-firm beds and work desks; even the smallest double is sizable and has a roomy bathroom, and double/doubles make great affordable shares for families. A total renovation over the last couple of years has made everything feel like new, even the nicely tiled bathrooms. The neighborhood has gentrified nicely and isn't as far-flung as you might think: Off-Broadway theaters and great affordable restaurants are at hand, and it's just a 10-minute walk to the Theater District.


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