Re: Consider NJ

From: Wayne D ^lt;>
Date: 06/05/04-02:14:34 PM Z
Message-id: <002b01c44b39$b8e43880$8279ccd1@oemcomputer>


The towns that are substantial enough to maintain a boardwalk usually have a
decent downtown area, as well as amusement/attraction areas also. There are
probably at least 20 "Boardwalks" in NJ but since you're concentrating on
people you'll need easy access to heavy foot traffic. I'd recommend: Avon by
the Sea, Seaside Heights, Wildwood, Point Pleasant, Ocean City and Sea Isle
City. Although I haven't been there in many years Atlantic City might be
worth investigation also (I've heard that it's been cleaned-up some). One
thing to remember is that many beach communities in New Jersey require the
purchase of "Beach Tags" to get anywhere near the water in most built-up
communities, and each community has it's own system of tags - boardwalks are
exempt from this requirement.

Check these links for some info:

Have fun.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Judy Seigel" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, June 05, 2004 12:29 AM
Subject: Re: Consider NJ

> On Thu, 3 Jun 2004, Wayne D wrote:
> > ...I ride a motorcycle (a lot easier to park, get
> > past traffic, and you just see a lot more when you're not in a cage).
> > you don't drive you might consider renting a bicycle for getting from
> > to place. Once you're in one of the communities a bicycle will take you
> > distance necessary to cover the downtown and boardwalk areas. Have fun
> > shooting.
> I suppose you need a drivers' license for a motorcycle, & then of course
> you have to get the motorcycle... but I already have a bicycle... I used
> to go everywhere by bike, until some health nut explained that walking is
> better exercise (as they say, *weight bearing*). Besides which my daughter
> helped herself to the bike...(Biking used to be much safer in NYC -- there
> were so few the drivers were freaked out at the sight and excessively
> careful. Now they consider bikes a nuisance & give no quarter.)
> Which towns would you recommend?
> J.
Received on Sat Jun 5 14:15:09 2004

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