New Jersey #Limo FAQs: How to Plan the Ultimate “Second” Honeymoon

Victorian era Bed & Breakfast, The Mason Cottage in Cape May, New Jersey

With the spring season in full bloom, why not display your undying love for your husband or wife by renewing your wedding vows in New Jersey? Ride in one of our romantic, elegant limos and experience the most sentimental getaways in the state!

Here are 3 of the top romantic getaways for honeymooners in New Jersey

  1. Cape May: You will love the romantic, Victorian style bed and breakfasts in Cape May, such as The Mason Cottage. Sink your toes in the gorgeous, powdery sand beaches. Explore the wide selection of fine dining in the area, and enjoy a stroll alongside the beach at sunset.
  2. Ocean Grove: Aside from the charming, Victorian-inspired bed and breakfasts, this Jersey Shore town is home to several charming shops and tree-lined landscapes. Ocean Grove is also home of the Great Auditorium, filled with 7,000 seats and the biggest pipe organ in the country.
  3. Spring Lake: Although this upscale, relaxing town is located on the Jersey Shore, you won’t find any traditional t-shirt shops or commercial tourists here. The town is filled with galleries, shops, a spectacular beach, and a two mile-long non-commercial boardwalk that is perfect for a brisk jog or stroll.

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2 Responses to “New Jersey #Limo FAQs: How to Plan the Ultimate “Second” Honeymoon”

  1. Doug Says:

    Awesome blog! Really great information

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  2. Bob Says:

    New Jersey limo services have always been hard to come by when looking for one for the biggest day of your life.

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