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Posts in July 2013

Cinderella the musical on Broadway

  July 31, 2013  //  Kids

Take Seastreak to see Cinderella on Broadway! With two evil stepsisters, and a stepmother who makes you do all of her dirty work, literally, it’s kind of tough to catch a break.  That’s why it’s always good to have a little magic on hand, especially when you have a fairy godmother willing to help out!…

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Themed Restaurants in New York City

  July 30, 2013  //  Destination Guides, New York City

Going to a themed restaurant can be a fun new experience, and sometimes the experience is even more memorable than the food!  If you’re looking for a great night out, or even an unusual brunch, check out our suggestions for themed restaurants in New York City. Ellen’s Stardust Diner Looking for a blast from the…

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Summer Date Ideas

  July 19, 2013  //  Seastreak News

Spring may be the season of love, but summer can be just as special for romance. Here are a few suggestions for those looking for fun summer date ideas!   Beach Day – Spending a day at the beach is great way to enjoy the outdoors while still relaxing. This effortless date is perfect for…

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Made in New York: Food

  July 18, 2013  //  Destination Guides, New York City

Some of the most delicious foods can trace their humble roots to the city that never sleeps. Check out these great city treasures that were either born or perfected in the cultural potluck that is New York City. Bagels Although there are many variations of this baked circular bread, the best ones are in the…

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The History of Fort Hancock

  July 17, 2013  //  Destination Guides, Sea Talk, Visiting New Jersey

The History of Fort Hancock Positioned on the far reaches of the Sandy Hook peninsula, Fort Hancock was built in 1899, and helped protect our coast until 1974.  It was used both for navigation and defense. When the fort was built, it included the most advanced weaponry of its time, including the nation’s first steam-lift…

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Fun Flea Markets

  July 16, 2013  //  Destination Guides, New York City, Visiting Martha's Vineyard

Check out these fun flea markets: Featherstone Flea Market The Featherstone Flea Market on Martha’s Vineyard is filled with charming antiques and unique handcrafted items from over 100 vendors!  It’s open from the beginning of summer, every Tuesday from 9:30am until 2pm, until late-August.  If you’re looking for a peaceful Tuesday outing with lots to…

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Adventurous Activities for Kids of All Ages

  July 15, 2013  //  Destination Guides, Kids, New York City, Visiting Martha's Vineyard, Visiting New Jersey

Staying active is an important part of healthy well-being and development. With all of the technological distractions in modern life, it’s sometimes hard to get up and exercise. We’ve come up with some great ways to keep your family active and engaged, all while having priceless family fun with these adventurous activities for kids of…

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The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival

  July 14, 2013  //  Seastreak News

There is always something to do on the island of Martha’s Vineyard.  From boating to hiking, the outdoor activities are endless!  But what do you do when the sun starts to set?  If you’re looking for evening entertainment, check out The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival! Held at local spots like the Chilmark Community Center, TMVFF…

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Red Bank Street Life

  July 13, 2013  //  Destination Guides, Visiting New Jersey

Downtown Red Bank is a hip town filled with amazing food, unique shopping, and a tight sense of community.  What could make this small town even cooler?  From now until the end of August, the streets of Red Bank will be vibrating with music. Every year, Red Bank hosts a summer-long event called Red Bank…

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