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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      Observations

      A travel blog entry by mmgolden on Sep 01, 2014

      ... area

    • High cost of living – everything was extremely expensive. Quart of milk – 4.99.
    • Everyone says Aloha to you. Mahalo means "thank you"
    • It sprinkles all the time – not even heavy enough to call it rain.
    • Everyone follows traffic rules and are ...

    • Tapas and brooklyn day yesterday

      A travel blog entry by davenwend on Jul 26, 2014

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      ... one as it was packed and full of corporate banker types, but had a couple of cocktails at the second joint, Old Town. Bar, where the bar tender was grumpy but funny at the same time. We had a Manhattan and a side car, Wendy had rum. From there we went to a wine bar called Bar Jamon, and had a glass of wine. This place was dimly lit, served a range of antipasto style food and wines by the glass, and according to Chris had been so successful that ...

      Empire State of Mind

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

      28 photos

      ... go to the counter and they will be able to get you one straight away, but I didn’t like the crowd and it was so busy so we decided that we come back a day later.

      We slowly walked to Washington Square where we ended up sitting on a park bench and people watching. We were getting tired, but we had promised we would meet AI (one of Subash’s high school friends) that evening. Subash was reading Lonely Planet, there was a cage basketball game nearby. He was ...

      THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN'

      A travel blog entry by shazking on Aug 15, 2011

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      GROAN! The best way to see NY is to walk - unfortunately.
      Today most of the museums were closed, but for some strange reason, the rebellious Guggenheim Museum was open. So we caught a cab there, taking Captain, who has strong connections with this museum. There was a very long line snaking along 5th Avenue, and around the corner into
      East 88th Street. How significant ! This was where " Lyle, Lyle Crocodile" lived ! I couldn't remember what number he lived at, though.

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      Timing is everything

      A travel blog entry by hawsienda7 on Sep 23, 2010

      After 2 weeks with great weather and only once with a slight drizzle, we are in a hotel for the night and wow, last night was a major thunderstorm and lightning with sideways wind blowing. Good thing we were not in a tent last night!!!!

      We are now getting ready to drive over to the New Jersey Liberty Park to board our ferry to Liberty Island to visit the Lady. Then we will drive into Manhattan to stay at another ...