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Old 08-05-2005, 05:07 AM
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Going away for a few days & never been there. Heard its a blast. Any suggestions on what to do ?
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My sister has a summer place there. I could ask her or her hubby.
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That will work, thanks dave. We'll be there from Sunday till "whenever". Hope to get an early jump from the island to be there before the traffic. Hopefully by 9am.
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Favorite place to eat down there - Outside at the Two Mile Landing / Crabhouse in Wildwood Crest. Real short drive from Cape May. Was just there about two weeks ago.
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I'll be sure to check that. Anticipating the infamous crab cake's!
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Going away for a few days & never been there. Heard its a blast. Any suggestions on what to do ?
There are so many good restaurants, for standard seafood fare I recommend the Lobster House, it is right by South Jersey Marina on the way into Cape May and the Merion Inn is also nice. For upscale, the Peter Shields Inn has an ocean view, food is high-end.

Nightlife, the tourist area is nice, which is called the mall, it is street just for pedestrians, lots of shops, and restaurants/bars - 'the Ugly Mug" is a great watering hole, and near the Ocean another favorite watering hole with bands is Carneys.

Boating - watch the ICW during low tide behind Wildwood (follow the markers), but other than that, you should enjoy your visit.

Go to Uncle Bill's Pancake house for breakfast!!
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