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#20 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
While on business on the upper east side, I saw a magnificent park, well manicured lawns, beautiful landscape, spotlessly clean, with areas for jogging, walking, lounging, pet walking and a view of the river that...
There are plenty of good parks in NYC of course but if you are anywhere near the area make sure you enjoy some time in this hidden gem.
#29 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
This is one of my favorite areas of Central Park because of the gorgeous, huge, rare Elms.
Enjoy a nice walk through this picturesque spot in Central Park.
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#31 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
This easy to reach destination in Central Park, just off Fifth Avenue at 74th St. is a place to relax and get away from the hubbub of the city while enjoying great views, yummy food, and the stunning statue of Ali...
The highlight of our trip was a pedicab tour by Richie's Central Park Tours and renting RC sailboats at Conservatory Water & Kerb's Boathouse.
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#46 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
An intimate outdoor venue set in a particularly scenic area of the park.
Such a great atmosphere to see a concert outdoors in nature.
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#57 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
This is a small park near the East River, with a swimming pool closed in the fall and winter, but otherwise open for playgrounds for kids, tennis and handball courts, and benches for everyone.
And most of all, this is the perfect park to live next to, never leave the apartment all weekend, watch episode after episode of Scandal, make dark chocolate bread pudding, and do some half-assed pushups when you...
#59 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
As of 2917,$35 million has been budgeted for improvements, but the loveliest part is around the lilttle gem Carl Schurz Park (84 to 90 Streets), which includes the (hidden from view) Mayor's residence, Gracie Mans...
The views focus of course on the river and Roosevelt Island, still a very great pleasure but somehow under the radar of the New York City Parks system at the moment.
#89 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
#102 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City