I worked in New Jersey, in most southern town-Cape May. We had the most beautiful sunsets on the ocean, a clean and quiet town with good people. I was two summers in Cape May and I would return whenever I had the opportunity.
I was on the east coast in Cape May, New Jersey. The location seemed wonderful, dreamlike. It is a small, tourist town on the ocean. I had easy access to other bigger cities, it's a bit expensive, but it's a good win during the warm season and it's full of students. It was a beautiful experience that I will never forget!
Cape May is the most beautiful town in the world! :) Before leaving Serbia I researched and looked at the picture, but I could not imagine that is so magical. The city is in the Victorian style and everything is still preserved, so you have the impression that this is some 1850 years ago. :)
Every free moment friend and I used bike to travel around the city and the environment, and yet we encountered something new and beautiful. Everything is nice and close-minded because i'm not a big city (land area is 6,226 km²). The centre represents the Washington street where all the shops are located next to the beach most interesting part for tourists. Here is located the house ice cream where I worked. Bus station and a large supermarket are 5 minutes away, and the beach at 7;) As far as the beach is sandy and spacious, and during the season it is necessary to buy a season pass (28 $ if I remember correctly).
This year we only had 7-8 rainy days, and during the season temperature was between 25-35 degrees with a breeze, just right! :)
All in all, a strong recommendation for Cape May! :)
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