Travel Blogs from Point Pleasant Beach
... by a friend who had attended the first launch of a shuttle into space. The Enterprise (naturally named after a concerted effort by Star Trek fans) is enormous. I had no real concept of its size until we saw it up close. It is very deep and looms above you. I found it gave me quite an emotional punch. It's sad to think they shall fly no more. We also had a brief walk through an early diesel powered submarine, previously part of the US ...
We made it to Manasquan Inlet where we docked for the night at Hoffman’s marina. It was not a memorable stop and we were a hike away from the showers because of the railroad drawbridge behind us. There were a ton of luxury power boat yachts there, including Moon Dancer and YOLO. We ate leftovers and made Dark N’ Stormys courtesy of the Patscos. (So good!) Our nightly episode of The Big Bang Theory was even funnier with rum ...
On the second day of the Ireland trip, we decided to drive down to the trail head of the Henry Hudson Rail Trail and ride our bikes. The ride was about 19 miles on very flat terrain. It was a nice ride. At the halfway mark of the ride we stopped at a beach at the Sandy Hook Bay. We also stopped at a bridge where we saw a cool looking bird. But we don't know what it was called.
... load (I miss my shoes and dresses), but I'm sure I won't be complaining when I'm carrying all on my back- hahaha... Nancy wrote me to tell me the view is amazing and it's a 60 step climb to the house- can't wait! On a side note, the new roomie is pretty cool. Her first night here, I made quesadillas and we (Emily, Emily, and I) drank beer around the island in the kitchen. The vibe was very natural and easy. I like her... Sofa-city-sleeping isn't ...
... the ultimate hospitality with Roberta giving up her bed for us and sleeping on a blowup. That night we enjoyed dinner at an Italian restaurant just "over the road". The tiramisu we shared for dessert has to be the best ever. (We think we had better start listing our gastronomic delights, and the restaurants we give the "Will_share" 5 star Michelin look alike). On Saturday we walked the Brooklyn Bridge in 90 degrees Fahrenheit, and on ...
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 $59
- 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 $118
1609 Bay Ave, Point Pleasant Beach | Motelfrom $66