Monday, March 12, 2012

Scenes At The Atlantic City Shore

This weekend, Kepi, Mom and I drove to Atlantic City (AC).  AC is a good four-hour drive from where we are, so once I finished work on Friday, we hopped on the car and drove to AC. We spent a night at The Chelsea Hotel, which I will later review, if they won't redeem themselves in time. (I'm still thinking on how to approach our dismal hotel experience with this hotel, but I am going to give them time to redeem themselves since they have offered us a complimentary room for our next visit.)

On Saturday, we spent the early morning walking along the AC beach, collected sea shells, breathe in the cold sea breeze and chased Seagulls having their breakfast by the shore.

Waves of sand.

AC in the morning.

I took home several of these black shells.

Seagulls observing us and us observing them.

A perfect morning for meditation.

Until a wave splashes and I'm back to reality.

Interesting sand prints.

AC at this time of year is still a bit chilly, but it makes it easier to walk the entirety of the boardwalk sweat free. We explored the casinos, did our trinket shopping and dined boardwalk style - hotdogs and soda.

It was a fun and enjoyable day. My feet and legs are still aching from all the walking we did.

I am looking forward to visiting in the summer.


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  1. There is nothing like a dismal stay at a hotel to ruin one's vacay. But I'm still glad you were able to enjoy AC!

  2. so glad to see you having some fun. i loved the patterns on the sand. i have seen photos and shows about AC and how packed it is during summer time.

  3. It looks pretty. I love to collect seashells. Those black ones look really interesting.

  4. Kayni, your photos made me excited for the summer and for my upcoming trip to the beach! Happy you are enjoying.

  5. i see an abstract painting on the first and the last photos from this set.
    what a wonderful day at the beach!