Sightseeing in cape may,nj

Trip Start Sep 19, 2007
Trip End Sep 23, 2007

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Thursday, September 20, 2007

We ate breakfast in the room.
We joined the trolley tours to see Cape May.There are 600 Victorian  houses in Cape May.
We visited the inside of the popular  Emlich Physic house.One of the rooms have seance parapernalia like ouija board.The Victorians like contacting the spirits.We learned about the culture in the Victorian age like food,customs,etc.
We ate in Uncle Bills rest by the shore -crab cake sandwich.It is a chain rest by the New Jersey shore.
We drove to the Cape May Lighthouse.Nearby is a national park where you could watch birds and walk nature trails.
Cape May is where thousand of birds pass in their  seasonal migration.
We went to Sunset beach and see the sunken concrete ship.This  beach is where you could find Cape May diamonds.(quarts rocks).
We went back to the hotel and ate in the lounge.The hotel has a famouse restaurant called the Ebbitt House rest.
At 8pm we joined the ghost tour by trolley.The guide said many houses in Cape May are haunted.She pointed some of the haunted houses including the hotels.
She said there a ghost that only haunts in summer in a particular room (seasonal ghost?).
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Larissa Shalot on

Ah for the good old days when life was almost a seance - a laid back session of sorts. Many places in NJ take you back in time with their well preserved and well maintained ambience. These nostalgic sojourns are best enjoyed with like minded friends ready to enjoy sightseeing of a bygone era. NJ is the place to go especially through http://weekend-getaways .org

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