The Sandcastle Inn

Address: 204 3rd Avenue, Bradley Beach, New Jersey, 07720, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 204 3rd Avenue, Bradley Beach, is near Asbury Park Boardwalk, Washington Ave. Beach, Stephen Crane House, and Loch Arbor, Darlington, Deal.
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      At the Brooklyn ghetto....

      A travel blog entry by inlinemonkey89 on Aug 17, 2014

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      So yesterday was emotional for many reasons, one of them was that I was leaving the camp. That has been home for the past 9 weeks. That how I have grown to understand things more and be a better person also that I have gained so many friends that will last a lifetime. Plus the camp being a bubble world for 9'weeks coming into New York was mental and scary because of the buildings and ...

      Into NYC again

      A travel blog entry by davenwend on Jul 23, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      Finished up late last night after a fantastic Korean BBQ meal where Chris ordered for all of us. He truly does know the best places to go - when you're spoiled for choice and could pick anywhere, he has been able to take us places a tourist would never know to go. After the Korean meal, we went a couple of doors up and into what looked like a hotel, but when we caught ...

      Empire State of Mind

      A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash on Sep 23, 2012

      28 photos

      ... how in such a big city like New York people meet each other. Both Sandra and Christina said that there is so much to do here that a lot of people join like a group like a running group or a book club and meet other people that way. It was so interesting to hear that people are actually very social here and are open to new comers. Back home a lot of people have their set clicks and hang out in them never really expanding out of that.

      After more drinks and chicken ...

      THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN'

      A travel blog entry by shazking on Aug 15, 2011

      6 photos

      ... as we headed for Barnes and Noble, the emminent bookshop. We weren't overly impressed - Borders used to be better - so we set out again for the Chrysler Building, via Grand Central Station. This was a very Deco part of town; Grand Central was very swish, a great contrast to Penn Station where we arrived in New York.
      We passed on to the Chrysler Building, classic Art Deco, where you are only allowed to visit the foyer [ security reasons, since 9/11].

      It is SO beautifully ...

      Hike along Jamaica Bay!

      A travel blog entry by anniela on Sep 19, 2010

      37 photos

      ... From the looks of the outside I could see no trail but after talking to the ranger, turns out the hike is right behind the visitors center!

      It's a small place- the trail was only 2 miles but it was a beautiful place. I'm not into birds but if you are a bird watcher then this is the perfect place to be. There are all sorts of birds all up in this place. The views change as you walk and it gets better with every step you take. Go for a quiet walk, watch ...