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NYC: Trip - Hudson River Park
Get out of your hotel's life cycle and get into reality for an exciting look at the West Side of New York City - and the New Jersey skin line over the Hudson touring. Start your trip in Battery Park, at the south tip of Manhattan, and continue northwards through Hudson River Park, which leads along the banks of the stream to West 59th Street.
On the way there, you'll meet a variety of New York City attractions: sun worshippers spreading out across the lawn in the parks, go-getters turning around at the trapezoid academy at Pier 40 (go for it, try it), skateboarder climbing up in the skatepark. Architectural lovers can marvel at Richard Meier's three glazed residential tower trios (Charles Street) and Julian Schnabel's Palazzo Chupi (right next to the West Eleventh Street path), which looks as if it had been flown in from the landscape of Tuscany.
While cycling towards the huge Chelsea Piers sport facility (West Street 23rd), look out for the frozen IAC ( "West Street 18th"), the global home of Barry Diller, the world' s first New York City committee. Once the playground ends, head to the Boat Basin Café (West 78th Street) in Riverside Park, where you can recharge your batteries while looking across the Hudson.
Drive to George Washington Bridge on West 178th Street.
The Hudson River
Hudson River is full of historical, water and people. Hudson River is a crucial atrium in New York City' s arteries, an important instrument for travelling and transportation, surviving and inspiring the lives of indigenous peoples, Europeans, UK and US troops and those who eventually call it home.
From New York City to Albany we discover the past, present and possible futures of the area.