Sunday, August 3, 2014

Cape May, NJ {Sunday In My City}

During our vacation we spent a day in the lovely town of Cape May.   In fact, it's one of our country's oldest vacation spot.  I would recommend this gorgeous town as a top place to visit.

Cape May began as a vacation spot for people from Philadelphia in the early 1800's.  In 1878 a huge fire burned down many homes.  The homes were re-built in a victorian style.  Cape May is designated as a National Historic Landmark because of the victorian home.  The details of the homes are stunning.  My husband and I walked around the town and tried to capture the beauty in these homes.

A lot of the homes have been turned into Bed and Breakfast's, but some are still private residences.
Could you envision yourself sitting on this rocker, relaxing during a cool summer day?
I love this hammock!  
 I hope you enjoyed the lovely view of Cape May.
Unknown Mami
Feel free to take a tour of other view from someone else's city.

11 pretty purplexing comments:

  1. What a charming town. The architecture is so detailed.

  2. Loved my visit to Cape May. Thanks for sharing!

  3. What a lovely place! I am ready to pack up and visit.

  4. I haven't been there yet, but I hope to go! My favourite picture is the fifth one down of the chair. Love how quaint it is.

  5. Beautiful homes, colors, details. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Lots of detailed painting on those homes. They do look great. Have you ever stayed at one of the B&B's. I think B&B's are fun and you usually get to learn more from the locals.

  7. I am so adding this to my list of places I must visit. Thanks for sharing.

  8. I haven't stayed at a B&B. My in-laws rent a home and that is where we stay for our vacations. Todd and I did stay at a B&B in Gettysburg, PA and one in Ireland. I loved both.

  9. Let me know when you get here! =)

  10. Yes, one of the reasons I fell in love with the town.

  11. Martha's Vineyard has a town that looks similar too.
    You have a place to stay with me if you ever decide to visit Cape May.


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