This might be my new favourite thing in NYC. We visited on a Friday morning, arriving at about 8:30 (it opens at 7:30 in summer). Still very quiet at that time, it was a pleasure to wander along, stopping for views and photos. This is a good (mostly) flat walk, with a natural planting scheme that looks like tamed wildness, if that makes sense. Lots of grasses and birch trees. If you visit, walk both ways, as you see things on the way back that you didn't even notice on the way out. As it gets busier, traders arrive and cafes open, so when the crowds get too thick, stop for an iced coffee and a souvenir.
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