Cape May, NJ has an ambience all its own, with neatly trimmed Victorian homes, charming B&B’s, great restaurants and tree-lined streets that lead to a seemingly endless beach. And the icing on the cake is it’s location at the southernmost tip of the state, Which makes it a perfect migratory stopover for thousands of species of birds, who instinctively accept Mother Nature’s habitable refuge, year after year.
It’s not surprising that several times a year we venture south to enjoy the seascapes, the cafes, the shops, the bird sanctuary and the historical ambiance of the town; all food for the body, the soul and the SLR.
As noteworthy, is the welcoming warmth of the Peter Shields Inn. This photo was taken one morning while partaking of a freshly-prepared, made-to-order breakfast on the lovely porch. It captures perfectly the ambiance of the Inn and the town.
And as I post this photo, like the birds, my instincts are nudging me. It’s time for us to return to Cape May.
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Love Cape May – used to have a home in Avalon, not far from the Cape so we got there quite often for a special dinner. It does indeed have a special ambience all its own. Love your photo which captures it perfectly.
Yes, Cape May is special and PSI is a warm and welcoming place to stay, ideally situated for an early morning walk on the expansive beach. Thanks for sharing.
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