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From journal Generally Jersey
by jersy man
milltown, New Jersey
September 2, 2005
Ocean City has one of the world’s nicest boardwalks. Ocean City also has 8 miles of beautiful beach as well.
I have been to every part of the Jersey Shore, and there is no place nicer or better then Ocean City. I went to Seaside Heights because my family went there when they were kids and the town is a complete dump The township doesn't keep the boardwalk nice at all, there is a lot of riffraff, the arcades and stores aren't clean at all and seem to be ready to collapse at any time, there are bars and liquor stores located on and off the boardwalk, and the cops pull people over and have there sirens going off every second of the day. My friend went to Wildwood, and he says that the same goes there as well.
Ocean City barely has any riffraff at all; the arcades, stores, and food stands are well taken care of and up-to-date; the whole entire city is extremely clean; and there are no bars or liquor stores located in the entire town. Ocean City is a dry town. The cops don't pull over people left and right very much either, and Ocean City being a dry town could be a big reason why.
There is so much to do in Ocean City: you can go on the beach, walk on the boardwalk which is full of family amusements; play mini golf; play actual golf; eat at the finest restaurants; and more.
In Ocean City there is something for everyone. I just wish I could spend every day there, but unfortunately, I live over a 100 miles away from it. It is also impossible to become bored because there is so much you can do there. In my eyes, I say Ocean City is the Jersey Shores’ number one place to go.
If you want a slice of pizza, go to Mack and Mancos, because I tasted the best pizza in my life there. It is right on the boardwalk. In fact, there are three on the boardwalk.
Everyone should travel to Ocean City, because it is a place for everyone. It is one of the best places I have ever been to, and I’m sure anyone else who travels to Ocean City will agree.
From journal Ocean City, NJ
Pine Hill, New Jersey
June 23, 2005
I was quite surprised when visiting the beach this year. Ocean City seems to be attracting a following of trendy college kids. They hang out on the beach dressed head to toe in J-Crew, chatting on their cell phones as waves dance around their ankles. This new trend seems harmless enough, and Ocean City still maintains its family-friendly reputation. You can choose to splash in the waves, read a good novel in your beach chair, or catch a nap and tan at the same time. Be sure to run up to the boardwalk, where an array of stores selling colorful boogie boards, water-skimmer boards (appeared very popular with the preteen crowd), or plenty of sandcastle building gadgets can be found.
Although the beach in Wildwood is free, you will have to endure lots of obnoxious teenagers and hyper college students. In Ocean City, beach tags will cost you $8 per person for the week or $5 per person for the day and is well worth the few extra dollars for the clean and wholesome atmosphere.
From journal Takin' a Tour of the Jersey Shore