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Strolling the Boardwalk in Atlantic City

Strolling the Boardwalk in Atlantic City

Joseph Hollick

New Jersey is just south of New York, just 'cross the river to the Jersey side' as Jersey born Bruce Springsteen sings. The state has a lot of things to explore: A big part of the Apalachian trail, the Delaware Water Gap, an exciting coast with Atlantic City - the gambling capital of the East Coast - and Great Egg Harbor as two very diverse highlights.

Trenton the capital is located right in the center of the state and is a good base for exploring the region.

In West Orange you can visit the old laboratory of Thomas Edison whose inventions changed the lives of millions of people all over the world.

If travelling in northern New Jersey, stop by Madison to enjoy some of the highest rated and unique restaurants in the state.

The New Jersey Atlantic coastline has beautiful sandy beaches from Cape May in the south all the way to the famous Atlantic City. If travelling from the south, a ferry ride from the state of Delaware across the Delaware Bay is quite enjoyable and the easiest way to reach Cape May.


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