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The Queen Victoria Blog

News, Events and Suggestions

Welcome to The Queen Victoria blog!

We're pleased to share our special Cape May perspective with you, including fun things to do in Cape May, Restaurant Reviews/Suggestions, and Cape May touring ideas.  Cape May is a wonderful place to visit (often!) in every season of the year.  Please check here often to learn about what is going on at The Queen Victoria B&B and the area on our Cape May blog.

Channeling Weekends with Debbie Wojciechowski

Channeling Weekends with Debbie Wojciechowski

Published on December 02, 2014

Three or four times a year, typically in our "shoulder" seasons, The Queen Victoria hosts Channeling Weekends.  In 2014 we started working with a new Medium named Debbie Wojcechowski.  During her first Channeling event at The Queen...

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Wine Lover’s Weekend

Wine Lover’s Weekend

Published on November 04, 2014

Every February The Queen Victoria hosts a wine blending party at the Cape May Winery.  It is definitely one of my favorite events of the year.

Anna Marie and I join our participating guests at Cape May Winery to craft the perfect blend...

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Dickens Extravaganza

Dickens Extravaganza

Published on November 04, 2014

On December 19th, 1843 Charles Dickens published "A Christmas Carol", changing our perception of Christmas forever.  Since the early 1980s, Cape May has been celebrating the season, the author, and the era with a 3 day festival full of...

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The Early Bird Discount

The Early Bird Discount

Published on July 03, 2014

The Early Bird discount program is undoubtedly our most popular discount program. In fact, it is the only discount that we offer during the summer season and one of the best Cape May hotel deals.

First of all, what is it?  For guests...

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Beach Tags

Beach Tags

Published on June 28, 2014

First time visitors to Cape May are often surprised, and sometimes upset, that they are required to pay a fee to get on the beach. The fact is, most beaches in New Jersey charge for use of their beaches by selling little plastic tags...

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Lessons of History Lecture Series

Lessons of History Lecture Series

Published on April 26, 2014

In 2012 the Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts (MAC) launched an annual lecture series titled "Lessons of History".

This widely acclaimed series was the inspiration of innaugural speaker Myles Martel, who presented his lecture "Ronald...

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Exit 0 Jazz Festival

Exit 0 Jazz Festival

Published on April 07, 2014

For years the Cape May Jazz Festival was a staple of the Fall & Spring Cape May scene.  That festival is no longer, but I'm pleased to say that the Exit 0 Jazz Festival, which was born the week after Hurricane Sandy struck in 2012, is...

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Best of Cape May

Best of Cape May

Published on March 31, 2014

We are very proud to announce that we have once again been voted "Best of Cape May" in 2013.  Every year Capemay.com sponsors its "Best of Cape May" contest, allowing visitors to their site to vote on their favorites in many different...

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