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Atlantic City + The Jersey Shore Travel Guide

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Unexpected New Jersey

Prepare to be surprised: Matt Lee and Ted Lee discover the joys of the mid-Atlantic’s underdog state, from Cape May to Asbury Park.

America's Most Crowded Beaches

We’ve drawn a line in the sand: these are the most crowded beaches in the U.S.A.

Guess Where? Lighthouse

Can you guess where this lighthouse is? Hint: Hurricane Irene could blow by it this weekend. Log in and leave your guesses below and check...

Jersey Shore’s Alluring Design

New York–based Bravo reality stars Robert and Cortney Novogratz talk to T+L about the allure of (yes) the New Jersey Shore.

Our Favorite Summer Towns

Grab your flip-flops and your popsicle money—and follow us to five of our all-time favorite waterfront towns. Welcome to the heart of summer

Forever Asbury

With a $1.25 billion revival under way, is Asbury Park, New Jersey, really coming back?Peter Jon Lindberg traces the changing fortunes of an American vacationland

Affordable Seaside Inns

These 15 inns deliver front-row seats to the prettiest U.S. shorelines without breaking the bank.

Beautiful Beaches: A Photo Tour

These T+L user-submitted photos will inspire you to book a beach retreat—or at least get you daydreaming.

Best Affordable Beach Resorts 2010

There’s nothing like a little sand between your toes. These seaside resorts—all $250 or less per day—promise sun and the simple life.

The Joy of Getting Lost

Seven experts examine the joy of getting lost, from Maine to Tuscany.
HOTELS

Daddy O

Half a block from the powdery Atlantic on Long Beach Island’s main thoroughfare, the Daddy O Restaurant & Boutique Hotel is a 22-room Rat Pack throwback. Think high-gloss mahogany walls, red... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Knife & Fork

A curious 1912 Flemish-style building that became a rowdy men's club during Prohibition and was recently renovated as a steak house serving an excellent Jersey corn chowder. The walls are lined with... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Perrine Boatworks

Watch master boatbuilders in this workshop at the Tuckerton Seaport, a living-history museum of coastal arts and crafts. more ›


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