Cape May, New Jersey
To Cape May. The southern most tip of the Cape May Peninsula. Where the Delaware Bay meets the great Atlantic Ocean. Where we say "going down the shore" and not "going to the beach". However, once we are THERE? Then we go to the beach. Make sense?
Where the nation's oldest seashore resort is located. It says so...on the national historic register.
Where Victorian architecture is omnipresent, and lovingly restored. Actually, it's the second largest collection of Victorian buildings in the country...right behind San Francisco. Not too shabby for a small Jersey seashore town.
Where if you didn't know better, you'd think you somehow wound up at a Disney Resort that has been meticulously modelled after a turn of the century eastern seaside resort town.