Fun Day Trips in the Hudson Valley

Hudson Valley Day Trips

******** Recently Lola wrote a funny blog about the city of Peekskill in Hudson Valley. So don't hesitate to plan your trip and take part in the fun. and Westwind Orchard. Hudson Valley Day Trips:

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But beyond the Village Green, where visitors meet and old-timers still play the guitar, there is a goldmine of galeries, bars, restaurants, businesses and theatres. More than 50 antiqueshops, fine arts galeries, trendy dining, event rooms, elegant B&Bs and historical monuments can be found along the promenade. Located at only one sq. m., this enchanting Delaware River municipality prides itself on a confusion of enticing restaurants, colourful businesses and historical (as well as allegedly frequented) locations dating back to the American Revolution.

Mystic' s charms include a popular fish tank, a charming town, historical boats and a pizzeria that became renowned through one of Julia Roberts' first films. Begin early and you'll have enough to visit the shore, get an excellent Naples cake at Pizzetteria Brunetti, go shopping on Main Street and eat in an amazing selection of Warhol prints at Starr Boggs.

Nyack's markets are the fabric of legends. Explore Main and Broadway streets with the Hudson River surrounding dining, shopping, galleries as well as one-of-a-kind stores (from Maria Luisa arts and fashions to Mind Over Matter tartot readings). The main road and its surroundings are rich in gastronomy and business. Situated on the large, uncommercial beach promenade with views of Ocean Grove's pristine sandy beach, it is a angling spot for beginners and advanced fishermen, while stores and dining in delightful Victorian style facilities are just a few minutes away.

The Delaware River section crosses the Appalachian Mountains and divides Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Both sides of the country include the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, which offers countless natural excursions, walks and picnics as well as year-round sports facilities. Thanks to the stores and art galeries that were built after the opening of Dia:Beacon, there is a great deal to see today.

Most of it right on Main Street. The Jersey coast has just about everything you could wish for: a beach promenade, a hip restaurant landscape and The Market at Asbury Park, a collection of stores, craftsmen and designer. The boutiques on Main Street offer old-fashioned atmosphere and all kinds of handicraft finds, and no visitor here is without a shovel (or three) in Moo Moo's Creamery.

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