A great Trip to Cape May
Cape May which is the Queen of the Seaside Resorts distinguishes herself in lots of ways. It has the promenade, pristine beaches, and all the amenities that make any seashore town exquisite, likewise has an architectural diversity and a rich history equal to none.
In 1976, the whole city of Cape May was proclaimed a National Historic Landmark. Having one of the country’s biggest collections of the nineteenth century framed buildings, Cape May is New Jersey’s gem in the crown.
It’s not entirely about the history; people live on an island which three regions share – Cape May, Cape May Point, and West Cape May. You can park your car in the parking garage or driveway and walk or ride your bicycle or bike anywhere and still have easy access to the beaches, grocery store, or any of the restaurants. It is a small town loved by its inhabitants and an exciting place to visit.
During my visit to the Cape May, I had a great time; there were contemporary rooms at the Ocean Club Hotel which are designed in rich tones and hardwood furniture. They are also equipped with level screen TVs, iPod docking stations, and free Wi-Fi. The sitting area has a sofa bed and coffee table. The resort has a poolside bar. The SeaSalt which is on-site restaurant and lounge includes an outdoor sitting area and is open for breakfast, lunch, and supper.
Another exciting feature is the Beach Club; it has an ambiance better than any other hotel in Ocean City. Here you’ll be welcomed with taste warmth, and style in a spirit of excellent hospitality. With a sun terrace, beachfront pool, and a top rated restaurant offering exciting ocean views, the Beach Club provides a remarkable vacation. And since variety is the spice of life, then the diversion you’ll discover at the Beach Club makes it the hottest of spots. The beach club is just fifteen minutes to the excitement and glitter of Atlantic City and twenty minutes to touring in historic Cape May; there is also deep sea fishing, sailing, tennis, and golf. If you like, you can decide to spend your time in idle moments on the beach or by the pool. At the Beach Club, the choices are practically as endless as the sand grains on the shore.
Cape May is also full of a fantastic variety of restaurants significantly concentrated is such a small area. A large number of these restaurants are within walking distance from Hotels, Inns, and Motels. The Quincy’s Lobster rolls restaurant and Uncle Bills Family restaurant are two of my favorites. They offer menu items with vegan, organic, locally sourced products. Gluten free items wines and mixed drinks are available at a reasonable price.
Cape May is not the sort of resort that you visit just once. There is an exceptional charm that brings guests back once more. I really enjoyed my trip to this exciting town, what a lovely place to visit.