Wednesday, July 15, 2015

The Parlor Gallery in Asbury Park!!

Asbury Park is a "cool" town, 
with some great history and a bit of a hippie vibe.
It's home for Tillie, The Wonder Bar, The Stone Pony and Bruce!
Here at the Jersey Shore, Bruce does not need a last name. 

The evolution of and attempts to revitalise Asbury Park have been ongoing.
A new mural project is underway on the boardwalk.
The "Wooden Walls" is a beautification project
created by Pau Ouintanajornet.




I found the rest of these murals, just around the corner from Pau's work,
in the old Casino right on the boardwalk!!
The old Casino has it's own history and story,
I hope to tell it soon and share some of the pictures I took
of the Casino itself.





Asbury Park has a history and beauty all it's own!

And there are some really awesome eateries here as well.

 Today, we ate at Stella Marina Bar and Restaurant, right on the boardwalk,
with an amazing view of the ocean.
We both had pasta and our meals were delicious.

And when you look up, this is what you see...
how could you not love the Jersey Shore, in all it's glory.

We visited on June 20th, 2015
if you ever have the chance to visit, come, you won't be disappointed.

19 comments:

  1. Hello Debbie, Asbury Park does sounds like a fun place. I love the pretty murals and the restaurant looks nice. I like the chandelier. Thanks for sharing your visit. Enjoy your Wednesday!

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  2. Come on, AP, you can do it, honey! the murals are FAB, no?
    Is the Inkwell still around there?
    :) m & jb

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  3. Love those first two murals. Nice find.

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  4. Wow, the light fixture is amazing! And Asbury Park is quite lovely, my friend. Have a fabulous Wednesday! Hugs!

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  5. Your photos make me want to visit Asbury Park. ;) Wow! What a light fixture!

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  6. Debbie, I know Bruce well, but you stumped me with Tillie. Love the murals and I'm thinking I would love to make a wine bottle chandelier to hang over my outdoor table. I'll studying that picture! Have a great day! Bonnie

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  7. Never been there but it looks fantastic...

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  8. Looks like a wonderful place to visit. Love the murals and that is a great light fixture. Thanks for sharing your travels with us, it takes us to places that we wouldn't, otherwise see!

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  9. Those murals are beautiful! Glad you had a good time there!

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  10. I think a visit there would be awesome, and you had me so curious about Bruce. Well you had me stumped. Google to the rescue!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8HnEDhnDgA

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  11. As always, Debbie, you guys surrounded by so many lovely places, and things. Love the murals! :)

    xoxo

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  12. Sounds like my kinda place hippie vibes back in the days. I'm an old hippie girl sorta. Love the mermaid

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    1. it was the place to be, back in the day but it has lost it's way and has become a troubled town. lots of effort is being made to restore the entire town and i think it's working!!!

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  13. what a fun place and very colourful murals

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  14. Great looking murals and such an interesting place! Wonderful post!

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  15. Wow those are big and very colorful, that looks like a very interesting place to eat, I love eating near the water and being able to look out at the water!

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  16. Wow these are fantastic murals. I loved seeing them.

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