Sea Girt Lodge

Address: 2168 Highway 35, Sea Girt, Jersey Shore, New Jersey, 08750, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2168 Highway 35, Sea Girt, is near Point Pleasant Beach, Washington Ave. Beach, Milagro Spa, and Bay Head Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Sea Girt

    Empire State of Mind

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

    28 photos

    ... were large photos of some of the greatest moments in sports in MSG. Then we went to Macy’s where we rode the only wooden elevators existing. They was a lot if choice in clothes but nothing really appealed to me, so decided to head out and see if we can find a H&M store. A store that SHOULD be in NZ but isn't. There I lost myself in my own world for an hour or so......I miss retail therapy.

    It was then decided that we should really do some touristy things. So ...

    Official Starting Point - Jersey Shore!

    A travel blog entry by c_villa on Apr 05, 2010

    6 comments, 6 photos

    After days of sorting through laundry, bills and how are we going to manage this whole thing, we were able to solve for the unknown, and fit all we wanted in our jeep with room to spare. We left Sea Girt at 3pm..for our really...really...long first leg of our trip.. a 2 hr leisurely drive to our friends in ...

    Day 163 - Chalk & Cheesequake

    A travel blog entry by thebusmonkeys on Oct 28, 2008

    1 photo

    Cheesequake State Park was open until Friday when it was due to close for the season. We had deided last night that we may as well hole up here for the week, but that was before our cold showers. We stopped by the office on our way out of the park to complain about the lack of hot water and also to get directions to a library and a Wal-Mart. The staff promised to take a look at the showers, but we explained that we may be moving ...

    QM2 - Ship Description

    A travel blog entry by katstravel on May 27, 2008

    ... got to enjoy the elegant ambiance that we thought no longer existed. What a jewel this ship is!! TIP for Transatlantic Sailings: A friend sailed on the Transatlantic from England to New York in July 2007. She had a balcony stateroom. It's too cold to be on your balcony even for two minutes. She advised that you get an oceanview stateroom and spend your time exploring the ship and attending all the lectures and activities that this ship has to offer on these six-day sailings. ...

    Gloomy morning trying to view Statue of Liberty

    A travel blog entry by robliz on May 10, 2007

    ... we trekked across to the top of the Rockefeller Centre (the so-called Top of the Rock) with again mediocre views across the city due to a combination of mist and pollution but still we got a pretty good perspective over the whole area across the Island of Manhattan as well as across to Brooklyn, Long Island and up to the Bronx to the North. We had opted for this instead of a similar trip up the Empire State Building to avoid queues, uncertain entry times and as a ...