This is one of those stories that now that I think of it, is kinda cool. It's something I may not have thought about as an "attraction" but now that it's pointed out I kinda agree. The story stems from an article by Good Housekeeping that listed the best "underrated attraction" in every state.

 

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Good Housekeeping selected a unique attraction as the "most underrated" here in New Jersey. I have been on this "attraction" several times and like I said I never really thought of it as an "attraction" lol so maybe it truly is underrated lol

 

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It's the Cape May - Lewes Ferry. Yes, it's something many feels is more of a transportation system than an attraction. It is the ferry that transports residents, with their vehicles, from New Jersey to Delaware and back. If you are heading north/south along the coast and have some extra time I do recommend taking the ferry for the experience. It is a really cool boat ride across the bay between New Jersey and Delaware.

 

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You can get out during the ride across the bay and walk about the ship. There are fantastic views as you cross. They have a restaurant area too so if you want to grab a drink or lunch you can do that as well. It is like a 90-minute cruise lol kinda. Our family enjoyed it and when you are driving a long way it gives you a break and a chance to stretch your legs.

 

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According to Good Housekeeping, "Here, you can enjoy a relaxing trip in between the beach towns that's a fun destination in and of itself. Have a drink at the bar, enjoy the occasional live music performance or just watch the world go by."

 

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