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A Monument at Atlantic City - The Boardwalk
By David K

The most famous trademark of Atlantic City is its boardwalk. This is the world's first Board walk. It was built in the year 1890 and named after Alexander Boardman, The main person who behind the work of the Boardwalk, and it happened to be a coincidence that it's made out of boards. Board walk is packed with numerous innovative entertainments and fun .So; it's called as back bone and spirit of the city.

Numerous activities and hotels are offered in the boardwalk make the people to enjoy in spite of its hot summer. It is surprised to know that the "main street" of Atlantic City was initially put down to keep the sand off of the hotel carpets. In early period of 1870 Boardwalk was only temporary; the permanent structure of about 24 feet wide, 10 feet high and about 4 miles long-and with railings on both sides was constructed in 1890. Later it got damaged because of its weather, sand and other natural calamities, the structure is replaced with a seat of concrete and steel pilings and constructed of thousands of two-by-fours. The Boardwalk seems to be getting better by the day.

The most admired style of century old transport on the boardwalk is rolling chairs which debuted in 1881. At first they were imported from Philadelphia Centennial and rented for the physically challenged, and in a while it became as popular as everyone wanted a ride, later rolling chair in boardwalk was itself a moving activity for the visitors. An additional well-liked vehicle on boardwalk is bicycle. During summer, particularly in morning hours a huge number of bicycle rides can be seen enjoying ride on this board walk though its time is restricted between 6am to 10 am.

A wealthy and dazzling experience in the boardwalk entertains and brings in people with all kinds of interests. It is even called a board walking tour at times. This walking tour begins at the north end of the Boardwalk at New Jersey and it's approximately 2 miles in length. This tour offers the Showboat Casino and the House of Blues, trolley tours, an air show, casinos, resort suite and a whole bunch of fun for Board walkers which will be a delightful experience till the end. For site seeing a fully guided Trolley tour is provided covering an entire eye - catching spots of boardwalk. Such spots of boardwalk are Absecon lighthouse, Atlantic City Aquarium, the Historic Towne of Smithville, Cape May and more. Customized tours are available as well. The most lively spot of the board walk is Beach bar; this is an ideal place for great foods and cocktails along with joy and fun over night.

Atlantic air show is another thrilling and breath - taking experience in the broad walk. Military and civilian pilots will fly over the beach, doing aerobatic maneuvers, formation flying, parachute jumping and other aerial stunts, bringing full of enjoyment for the visitors. Many highly luxurious suites and hotels are available with easy affordable package. Seasonal packages are available as well. Stay in these suites is an ideal place to experience and enjoy the lives best, all under one roof. Waterfront tower, Trump Taj Mahal are the AC spots with 1800 rooms of Accommodation along with the luxury amenities like star restaurants, casinos, spa, golf court, gaming, shopping and so on. Numbers of new Luxury hotels are budding in this exiting city to make the stay more comfortable and enjoyable.

David Kaleky owns and operates the leading and the oldest Atlantic City site about Atlantic City Hotels and Atlantic City Shows

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