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New Jersey is the fourth smallest state in the nation, located in the Northeastern and Middle Atlantic regions of the U. S. “The Garden State” is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, Pennsylvania, New York, and Delaware. Northwestern New Jersey is a rural, mountainous region. The interior south is mostly pine and oak forest. The coastal area has its own lifestyle characterized by the ocean.
New Jersey’s proximity to New York City, Boston, and Washington D. C. contributed to the state’s growth in the 20th century. New Jersey’s climate is warm in the summer and cool in the winter, and the state occasionally experiences extreme weather in the form of nor’easters and blizzards or tropical storm and hurricanes. The state capital, Trenton, once briefly served as the nation’s capital in 1784. Some notable people from New Jersey include John Travolta, Frank Sinatra, Meryl Streep, and Jon Bon Jovi.
Atlantic City is sometimes referred to as the “Las Vegas of the East.” The city began as a quiet fishing town, but today is best known as a seaside resort featuring sandy beaches and a wide variety of entertainment and attractions. In 1870, the Boardwalk, a five and a half mile long, 60 foot wide seafront promenade, was built, and since then, it has become a popular destination offering restaurants, boutiques, and entertainment venues. On the Boardwalk, you will find the Entrance to the Stars, Atlantic City's version of Hollywood's Walk of Fame with handprints from stars such as Johnny Carson, Cher, Stevie Wonder, and Frank Sinatra.
Another must see attraction on the Boardwalk is the Steel Pier, an old amusement park on a pier akin to New York’s Coney Island. A little further down is another old pier, Ocean One, which highlights a spectacular musical fountain. Ocean City is a similar but alcohol-free destination with more of the best beaches around at just 11 miles south of Atlantic City. It also features a picturesque boardwalk and entertainment district, along with the Ocean City Historical Museum which displays artifacts from the city’s early history.