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New Jersey — New Jersey is an almost mythical portrait of Americana, from roadside diners and seaside boardwalks to pleasant all-American towns and, let’s not forget, Bruce Springsteen and Tony Soprano. Even though the nickname “The Garden State” can seem ironic in the face of New Jersey’s densely populated ports, factories, and suburbs, there are expensive green regions in the north and the west. The region also hosts a unique array of getaway options, from the historic Victorian Mansions of Cape May and the mega-casinos of Atlantic City to the rustic foothills of Delaware Water Gap and the happening scene of downtown Hoboken.

Why Go

For the longest boardwalk in the world, casinos, golf, and summer solace at the shore.

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Plan an Atlantic City Summer Escape... On a Budget

April 18, 2014 by Alex Schechter

On the first of this month, United Airlines gave Atlantic City a leg up by launching daily service out of Atlantic City Airport to Houston and Chicago. The ... Read More »

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Smart Luxury: Cathay Pacific Launches a New Route from Newark to Hong Kong

April 01, 2014 by Anne Roderique-Jones

Some news for travelers heading from Newark to Hong Kong: Cathay Pacific has launched new daily nonstop service from Liberty International Airport this month. ... Read More »

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Quick Detour: Atlantic City from New York City

November 22, 2013 by Alex Schechter

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November 04, 2013 by Alex Schechter

With 12 restaurants, a co-hosting segment on ABC's The Chew, and the coveted "Iron Chef" title under his belt, Chef Michael Symon is something of a mogul. But at ... Read More »

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A Last Chance at Summer: 7 Affordable, Last-Minute U.S. Beach Vacations

October 04, 2013 by Amanda Black

While October might not scream "beach season," many parts of the U.S. are still enjoying weather that calls for shorts and a lounge chair. Sure, you can go to ... Read More »

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