Hello Hamptons! Grounds for my favorite Revenge, playground for the rich, and favorite New Yorker’s weekend getaway spot.
Hello Hamptons! Grounds for my favorite Revenge, playground for the rich, and favorite New Yorker’s weekend getaway spot.iTOWNSEENew York, United States of AmericaMar 1 20140 comments
Dreaded C word.. Last year one of my parents was diagnosed with cancer andiTOWNSEENew Jersey, United States of AmericaFeb 21 20140 comments
Some history with this town – lived here for good 4 years. Come TOWNSEE Union NJ!iTOWNSEENew Jersey, United States of AmericaJul 19 20130 comments
New Providence NJ was ranked to have #1 public high school statewide by New Jersey Monthly in 2012.iTOWNSEENew Jersey, United States of AmericaJun 17 20130 comments
2008 – 2010 #1 Public High School in New Jersey.iTOWNSEENew Jersey, United States of AmericaMay 3 20130 comments
iTOWNSEE went to Key West – the southernmost city in America! Like. Literally. We DROVE there from New Jersey on iTOWNSEE-mobile!iTOWNSEEFlorida, United States of AmericaApr 28 20130 comments
To start a brand new tradition here at iTOWNSEE we decided to ‘drive by’ not only real towns but also some famous imaginary TOWNs as well.. And what a better time to do that than on April 1st! But this is just for fun, not for fooling anyone.. really.iTOWNSEEJust for FUNApr 1 20130 comments
In 2007 Irvington NJ had higher crime rate than Camden NJ, but since it has a population less than 75,000, it wasn’t eligible to rank as one of the most dangerous cities in the country.iTOWNSEENew Jersey, United States of AmericaMar 15 20130 comments
If you didn’t get it yet from our Instagram, we are crazzzy for clouds here at iTOWNSEE. Skies full of clouds are just so absolutely beautiful to us and driving with the clouds make short and long commutes that much better! See for yourself..iTOWNSEEJust for FUN, New Jersey, United States of AmericaFeb 2 20130 comments
The original name of Summit was “Turkey Hill” to distinguish it from the area then known as “Turkey” (New Providence’s original name until 1759).