Friday, May 22, 2015 / by Teresa Dipeso
Boasting the title of the USA’s oldest seaside resort, Cape May in New Jersey is home to the biggest collection of beautifully preserved Victorian buildings outside of San Francisco – in fact, in 1976 the whole town was designated a National Historic Landmark. Simply walking its streets and shorefront populated with colorful ‘painted ladies’ is a delight for any history and architecture buffs, while discerning foodies won’t be disappointed either: dubbed the ‘culinary capital of New Jersey’ by The New York Times, Cape May offers an eclectic and classy dining scene too. Stay true to the town’s Victorian roots by seeing the sights from a horse-drawn carriage.
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