Cape May, My Hometown
Once you get Cape May sand in your shoes, you can never get it out.
Cape May has been on my mind lately, my old hometown from the olden days, like Lower Cape May regional class of 1962 days olden days.?
Cape May distinguishes herself in many ways. We have the pristine beaches, promenade, and all the amenities that make any seashore town worth visiting, but we also have a rich history and an architectural diversity equal to none.
Anyway…. A friend suggested having a photo tour in Cape May and my email box filled up with people from
the SJ Meetup group wanting to photograph Cape May. Here are a couple of snaps from the Old Town.
Cape May is a city and seaside resort at the tip of southern New Jersey’s Cape May Peninsula. It’s known for its grand Victorian houses, such as the Emlen Physick Estate, now a museum with a preserved interior from the era.
Updated with a few more images of the beach. Which beach is THE beach?
The Cove is the king of the Cape May beaches. The gentle slope has made the Cove a family-friendly spot recently and the surfing there is always
Fishing dock at the marina.
Serving guests since 1885, the Marquis de?Lafayette Hotel is the grand seaside hotel of? Cape May, New Jersey, America’s oldest seaside resort.
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