In August, the jet population drops to a set of Hamptons

The beaches of North Long Island Beach are renowned for their translucent white sand. The Hamptons are one of the main summers for Manhattans and jet jets. As August revolves around the jet, the crown draws its attention from the southern coast of Europe to the unparalleled grace and experience of the Hamptons.

Maybe it's the feeling of American relaxation after 3 months of all-night parties or the Hamptons don't have big hotels and the need for limited B&B home ownership is set to peak in the second half of August. The Hamptons are a quiet and lovely environment that is most comfortable in all places in the Jet Set circuit. Days on the beach. Lunch with a barbecued fish swimming a few hours before the Montauk coat, along with jumbo-sized vegetables grown on the island. Hampton giant tomatoes and grilled American sweet corn are Long Island specialties cheered by fans around the world. After a bottle of wine for lunch and a lazy nap in the hammer, it's time to sprinkle in sandwiches and a hat and stand on your toes so your high heels don't fall off the ground and watch the polo race champagne and stir. . with friends. On cloudy days, few shops in East Hampton fill up, often with a Jacuzzi or home theater movie in personal property, and then a gentle push and pull before a home massage.

Hampton is made up of a series of small towns in a row, each with its own distinct personality. Combining old and new money. The artists complain about Hampton because of Pastel's lighting, reminiscent of southern France. Locals who spend 9 months a year alone go to the gears to host the massive influx of summer resorts. Many locals earn their livelihoods during the summer. The magnificent beauty of beaches and spectacular mansions is found in magazines all over the world. It's just about two hours' drive (no traffic) by car, 40 minutes by helicopter and 25 private planes from New York City. The area offers a range of outdoor activities from kayaking, golf and tennis, swimming, volleyball and more. Exercise, healthy eating, relaxed atmosphere, natural beauty and amazing luxuries all create a temporary paradise.

The Hamptons Season is a steady stream of charity events in spectacular homes such as Ron Pearlman, Stephen Spielberg, Denise Rich or one of the many summer celebrities many celebrities make the Hamptons their summer retreat. It's not uncommon for you to stand in a small shop next to a world-renowned media mogul, commercial giant, musician. There aren't many Paparazzi's; maybe there are just so many social sites that know where to show the camera. If Norman Rockwell painted the rich, he would be in Hampton. The Hamptons is an incredible list of "Who & # 39; s Who" gathered from all over the world, not walking in a red carpet locale but getting up on a table with their feet, their kids They happily shout that the fireflies are extinguished and soaked. The gold player has just cooled off in their pool and begs for someone to eat the tennis ball. In addition, rich people are just individuals as well.