- Victorian Cape May Sea breezes in the state's southernmost town come with a hint of historic charm. Only San Francisco has more Victorian-era homes.
The Hamptons may have the white-clad, windswept, neo-Gatsby glitz, but New Jersey has beach towns to appeal to many tastes. A leisurely breakfast on the veranda of a historic home, a long walk with waves nipping at their toes, and an evening performance at an equity theater may appeal to some. Others may opt for a weekend of stores and spas, amusements on a bustling boardwalk, and dancing the night
away to the sounds of celebrated DJs. All are great reasons to take a trip "Down the Shore."
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The shore is a great place to cool off in summer, but it can be crowded and the traffic coming and going, especially on weekends, can be daunting...