Cape May- is considered the Queen of Seaside Resorts. Cape May has the largest collections of 19th century framed homes. Cape May, is also a national historical landmark, and the first seashore resort in America. The best time to visit this seaside resort -Cape May- is when the climate is conducive to outdoor activities. Like walking. A March visit, with icy temperatures, not suggested. Burr!
Being that Cape May was a short drive from Atlantic City ,it seemed like a perfect short trip to do. I did always want to see Cape May. However, even though we walked from the car to the shore, and then back to the car, at a rapid pace, the seaside view was appreciated.
Certainly, not much to do during the winds of March. We did find Cape May Brewery, which was just the place to keep our hands and feet warm.
We spent most of the time deciding on which beer to purchase and hoping to make the right beer choice. A very helpful server allowed us to sample a few of the beers before we decided which to purchase and drink. Didn’t take us to long to finally make a decision.
As we sat drinking our fresh brewed beer (I think it’s was fresh), we were happy we found refuge from winter’s hold. Yes, it’s crazy. A cold beer! Not a hot Toddy!
After the brewery off we went to dine at the Ugly Mug, in Cape May.
We laughed when we realized the name of the eatery was not referring to people’s faces. LOL!
Yes, more beer! Not in ugly mugs! As we rested, our driving feet, we sat and enjoyed the quiet of the town. For soon, Cape May will be hopping with beach goers, bikers, families, and many more visitors. All coming to escape their day to day busy lives. As it has been since the 19th century.