Every beach vacation involves a trip to the local light house (when they have one) that the local preservation council works hard to protect. It's warm inside, usually crowded and involves a lot of stair-climbing and turning left. However, you get to the top and see the ocean view and the question of why you wound up doing this fades away. In short, a de riguer activity during your visit to Cape May.
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