How to Recreate That Old-School Jersey Shore Vacation
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How to Recreate That Old-School Jersey Shore Vacation

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Airstreams? Check. Car hops? Check. Enough salt-water taffy to give you a stomach ache on the Ferris Wheel? But of course.

The Giant Wheel in Wildwood

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Ferris wheels began to dot the Jersey Shore in the late 19th century and they endure as an iconic seaside landmark. The Giant Wheel on Mariner’s Pier is the largest Ferris wheel on the east coast, rising 156 feet from the sands below. For the strong-stomached, an elegant breakfast of dishes like spinach and fontina quiche or shrimp-and-lobster omelet is offered on white linens and real china. Just don’t look down.

How to Recreate That Old-School Jersey Shore Vacation

The Giant Wheel in Wildwood

Ferris wheels began to dot the Jersey Shore in the late 19th century and they endure as an iconic seaside landmark. The Giant Wheel on Mariner’s Pier is the largest Ferris wheel on the east coast, rising 156 feet from the sands below. For the strong-stomached, an elegant breakfast of dishes like spinach and fontina quiche or shrimp-and-lobster omelet is offered on white linens and real china. Just don’t look down.

© John Van Decker / Alamy
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