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We were not expecting much to be open because of the time of year. The few places open such as Fisher‘s popcorn or busy and served delicious popcorn. Found a place for a good cup of coffee and enjoy the peace, beautiful ocean, And beach...More
Unfortunately I didn't really get to walk the boards (if you can call it that) as it started to rain shortly after we arrived. So we rushed down the boards to Harrison's Harbor Watch restaurant.
This was my first time in Ocean City, MD and...More
November is an interesting month to visit the boardwalk in Ocean City. A Lot of the stores are closed, but the food concessions are open. You can still walk the boardwalk or the beach and build sandcastles, fly kites, go surfing, collect seashells, etc.
Went here October 27. Nothing opened except ice cream, candy shops, horrible pizza from Dough Roll or something like that. And the city made you pay for parking. I live in a tourist area on Long Island and after Labor Day they don't charge parking...More
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There is a festival of lights at the 123rd st park, a tram which gives a tshort tour of beautiful holiday lights,themed to the 12 days of Christmas. Also 26 blocks of boardwalk,most shops closed,but some open,especially on... More
There is a festival of lights at the 123rd st park, a tram which gives a tshort tour of beautiful holiday lights,themed to the 12 days of Christmas. Also 26 blocks of boardwalk,most shops closed,but some open,especially on wkends. Movies, outlet stores,etc open.