Travel Blogs from Point Pleasant Beach
... watermelon, spinning plates, aaaannnndddd….throwing a pie in a volunteer’s face. The volunteer was me. I got a five second tutorial on how to take it ("So, when you hear me say 'HUP’, close your eyes, and blow out your nose. When the pie shell falls off your face, scoop out your eyes and blow out your mouth to make the shaving cream fly.") and when it got to that time of the presentation, I was able to hand off the camera I was recording ...
... went out the window. There would be none of this cost cutting that I had dreamed of. Items were being added within 5 minutes of our arrival. Luckily for me, Charlie had negotiated a good package deal with most items being included but there are these stupid yet as Gail explained to me necessary items we must have.
Chair covers. Are you kidding me? Are the chairs not covered and cushioned with something already? You see, this is not good enough. We must have a piece ...
... was in the least bit bothered that two Brits were using it as a shelter. Oh yes, forgot to mention, it was very warm and comfortable!
We stayed there until early evening and then as it was far too cold to be in the bus without heating, even whilst cooking, we decided that we should get a Chinese takeaway from the place just down the road from the park entrance. When we got there, we discovered that we could eat in, so we ...
... glass office buildings, shopping malls, and suburban tract housing. This sentiment is only compounded by the fact that highways in most directions from my parents' house, the closest thing this nomad has to a "home", are toll roads. These tolls can add quite a lot to the cost of travel - around $5 to drive the 120 mile distance of the New Jersey Turnpike and a similar amount to drive the New York State Thruway from its ...
... the bridge to prove to the populace that it was safe to use. Actually it was built with insufficient height to allow buses and trucks so they built the nearby Manhattan Bridge about twenty years later.) revealed a completely different place with much lower density of traffic, people and stress level. Things have improved a fair bit here since 9-11 with many of the rough areas cleaned out and land values and rentals going up accordingly. ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Surfside Motel Point Pleasant Beach
Other places to stay in Point Pleasant Beach
50 Broadway, Point Pleasant Beach | Motelfrom $152
202 Arnold Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach | Motelfrom $109
- Best motel in Point Pleasant area!
- Amethyst Beach Motel
- Have stayed there For 4 Year's
215 Broadway, Point Pleasant Beach | Motelfrom $69
1601 Ocean Ave, Point Pleasant Beach | Motelfrom $79
- Excelent July 4th weekend!!!
- Reasonable prices!
- Young people are welcome too!!!
1008 Ocean Ave, Point Pleasant Beach | Motel
- Above Average for Jersey Shore (But That's Not Saying Much)
- It was an alright stay
- A wonderful motel
210 Arnold Ave., Point Pleasant Beach | Motelfrom $91
1609 Bay Ave, Point Pleasant Beach | Motelfrom $75