Every day, we post a photo of Cape May, and our readers let us know which photos are their favorites with the help of a little icon. (We also poll our readers every January, just to be sure you still feel the same way.) After a bit of tallying, we are proud to present your favorite… Read more »
It has been Cape May legend that Abraham Lincoln and his wife spent time here. There is no factual documentation that they enjoyed summer here as other presidents did, some visiting more than once.
Imagine walking down the aisle with a backdrop of the Delaware Bay, a charming wooden boardwalk, 75 of your closest friends and family, and a giant ferry boat.
Howl-a-lujah! We’re going on a Road Trip. Points for “doggie safety” when traveling.
For some reason, merely saying the words French Cuisine elicits disparate reactions. My favorite French dishes have rustic rural roots rather than Parisian pompousness.