The White Pearl Hotel

Address: 201 Sumner Avenue, Seaside Heights, Jersey Shore, New Jersey, 08751, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 201 Sumner Avenue, Seaside Heights, is near Casino Pier, Island Beach State Park, and Double Trouble State Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Seaside Heights

      Sandy Hook State Park and New Jersey shore

      A travel blog entry by katej594 on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... while Mark navigated. It was raining, but traffic not as heavy as anticipated. Down interstate 287 then south on the NJ Garden Route, before turning east along the shore to Highlands and a bridge over to the Sandy Hook peninsula. Mark had a drive north along the sand spit, into a disused military town at Fort Hancock.
      We had a wander around in light drizzle, exploring a mortar battery, ...

      Ocean Grove - Holy Land on the Shore

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Sep 12, 2014

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      ... one of the closest towns to my parents’ house in Central New Jersey’s Little Florida of retirement villages, less than 30 miles away on a road that’s usually not too traffic-clogged. Ocean Grove is a seaside Victorian village in Monmouth County where we used to go sometimes when I was a kid because that’s where my father was taken on beach holidays when he was a kid.

      Ocean Grove is a very Methodist resort with a large auditorium used for summer ...

      Noah's first trip to the ocean

      A travel blog entry by jdeak on Aug 31, 2014

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      ... br>
      After lunch we had a fun process of washing off at the outdoor shower and getting changed as best we could in a little gazebo. N is very interested in tickets these days, and since we had to buy "tickets" (wrist badge passes) for the beach, he wanted to play with a ticket. I gave him a scrap of paper and he played for at least 15 minutes putting it in and taking it out of one of those ...

      Adrenalin, thy name is KINGDA KA

      A travel blog entry by linleyc on Aug 05, 2014

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      ... D

      I staggered out of the park at 10pm, relying entirely on my homing pigeon skills to find the car. I was in such a state of euphoria when I parked that I paid no attention whatsoever to where I left the stupid thing. In the end I'd gone on Kingda Ka, El Toro, Batman: The Ride, Bizarro, Superman, Skull Mountain, The Dark Knight and Nitro. I also can't scream enough good about Nitro. What a ripper roller coaster. ...

      PNC Bank Arts Center

      A travel blog entry by veteranroadie on Jul 26, 2014

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      ... be good, than came the show. I was on main house camera 2 as per usual which meant that I was covering Rick Savage and Phil Collin. Unfortunately, the platform that camera 1 was on was unstable and didn't absorb vibrations. This meant that the bass was causing the picture to appear out of focus. My positioning and platform allowed me to get a much clearer shot and was not fighting the bass vibrations. It worked out pretty well, but ...