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“Beautiful place with bountiful treasures and knowledge at the Hudson Supermarket”
Review of Hudson Valley

Hudson Valley
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Hudson Valley Winery and Distillery Bike Tour
Ranked #1,998 of 4,596 things to do in New York
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New York City, New York
2 reviews
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“Beautiful place with bountiful treasures and knowledge at the Hudson Supermarket”
Reviewed December 26, 2013

I have been looking to furnish my home for years, and happened upon Chris Hebert at the Hudson Supermarket furnishings and Antique shop. This 7000 square foot store is filled with incredible treasures whether you are looking for a painting, or a beautiful 1950's modern Edward Wormley Chair. He carries so much and is so knowledgable and helpful. I can't wait to get back there. It is located on the main street in charming Hudson NY. Whatever you interest is, Chris will have something for you. If nothing else, it's a great education and you will see some beautiful pieces. It's located on Warren street in the 300 block.

Visited December 2013
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Miami Beach, Florida
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69 reviews
45 attraction reviews
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“Hudson Valley Road trip”
Reviewed December 16, 2013

Beautiful places to sightseeing, all along Hudson Valley, such a wonderful road trip, Nice towns, parks, wineries, restaurants.

Visited October 2013
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New York City, New York
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147 reviews
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“Hudson, NY”
Reviewed October 26, 2013

Took a day trip up to Hudson, NY - about 125 miles, north of NYC. Very relaxing train ride from NY Penn (about 2 hours) with great views of the Hudson River.
Hudson is the county seat of Columbia County and sits on the Hudson River, south of Albany.
The town has been described as a dictionary for architectural styles in New York State and rightly so - it's a gem.
A short walk from the Amtrak Station is Warren Street, the main commercial street in town. It's lined with grand buildings, all reflecting a variety of architectural styles: Greek Revival, American Federal, Carpenter Gothic, Second Empire, Colonial Revival and Classic Revival. The majority of the buildings date to the 19c and are constructed of brick or stone - some 300 historic buildings, in all.
What makes Hudson so unique is the density of antique stores: the New York Times has deemed it the best antique shopping in the Northeast. Wealthy clients from NYC and Albany frequent the shops alone or with their decorators - sometimes you can spot a celebrity.
Some stand outs are Hudson Super Market, Elijah Slocum, Fern (a favourite), Naga North (asian) and there are some great shops, as well.
Dining is not an issue, a variety of options. My favourite is Cafe Le Perche (see my review). A lovely boulangerie and cafe with amazing bread! Check out their oven brought from the Le Perche region in Normandy and rebuilt.
Since it was a day trip, I didn't overnight so cannot comment on accommodations, but The Barlow, on Warren and Union Street looked very nice.
Before you leave, take a walk down Warren to Promenade Hill for spectacular view of the Hudson and you can actually see Hudson-Athens Lighthouse, sitting on a granite caisson on the river.

Visited October 2013
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Fort Lee, New Jersey
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10 reviews
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“Amazing B&B river view in the Hudson Valley!!!”
Reviewed August 1, 2013 via mobile

We stayed at La Bel Worstell in Fort Montgomery, NY and it was an amazing home with a Riverview. It is just north of Bear Mountain and easy to find. The innkeeper, Robert is wonderful - we enjoyed the hospitality, breakfast, pool, and relaxation - a must !!!!
~Theresa S

Visited August 2013
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Stone Ridge, New York
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6 reviews
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“area activities”
Reviewed July 29, 2013

I have lived in this area for 30+ years, there is an abundant selection of golf, swimming areas, scenery of all sorts, biking trails,and of course some watering holes. There are good size mountains with abundant camping and hotels. Road biking has a large following, as does 10k and 5k races. Although getting more populated, there is a plethora of wildlife,bears, deer,coyote and your smaller mammals.Winter brings snow,ski centers are close and diverse. Music festivals add to the summer mix.

Visited July 2013
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