Monday, June 1, 2009
Cape May Vacation Rental
Did you hear we went to Cape May this weekend? That picture up there? One of my new favorites.
This one of Shea playing in the sand is also one of my new favorites.
Greeley didn't like the ocean, but she loved the sand. Luckily all this ocean and sand were available one block from the vacation house. The house was located on Stockton Avenue- a super easy walk to the beach. But I've decided the photos on the rental listing don't really do this house justice. It was absolutely beautiful. See for yourself.
A cozy porch for visiting on a warm summer's night. When we arrived in Cape May on Friday, it was just before an incredible thunder storm. Rich and I sat on the porch and enjoyed the lightning show.
The rental web site also doesn't show this tremendous dining room table. Look at how little Greeley looks eating her snack. And we all know she is a big girl, not a little girl. Certainly not a baby.
And now I know what I want my kitchen in Gettysburg to look like. It doesn't though. It probably won't anytime soon. But this kitchen was pretty darned nice. And oh so modern.
Somehow Rich and I were lucky enough to get the bedroom with a whirlpool in the bathroom.
Perhaps it's because the kids' bunk room was right next door.
The kids had their own bathroom. Actually each bedroom had its own bathroom.
This was the wet bar on the third floor. I suppose you wouldn't want to walk all the way down to the kitchen to get a drink some days.
And yes the house was really, really nice. But that's not the best feature. The best feature is by far its location a block from the beach. Or at least that's what Shea and Atlee said.
And believe it or not, this was not a paid promotion. Although I'm open to the possibility. I'm even open to the possibility of reviewing other vacation homes on other beaches. Any vacation home owning readers on Lake Winnipesaukee need a review? Contact me. We'll talk.