Visiting the Hudson River ValleyA visit to the Hudson River Valley
Travel + Recreation
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Huderson Valley Long Weekend travel guide
Getaway....let's just admit that's the topic of the summers. The majority of workweekends, though (for those of us who live in New York, at least) that's simpler said than done. Combining a friend's anniversary, some roof drinks in Greenpoint and the typical unaffordable mix of transport and costs means that we sweat in the relatively uneasy of our walks on Saturday and Sunday.
Yet, just a few minutes Metro North rail journey away (no transportation, very few dollars) is the idyllic Hudson River Valley. We' ve visited Storm King and Dia Beacon once or twice in the past on inspiring evenings, but could it be that they've been looking for it long after the week-end?
We' ll be the ones with the pink glass and a soft grin to signal that we've got the whole escape thing cleared up. It' my first port of call for a present or in case I need to give my home an additional nib. She' s always got an astonishing selection of coloured carpets of sheep' wool, and I' m into it!
"My man likes football and we found this great football store that wears a lot of great sportswear. Dining at Blue Hill or even a coffee break while you explore the area is a wonderful way to get in touch with the natural world and learn where our meals come from. "Stormking is quite a story.
The exploration of the statues and the view of the viewpoints can be used as long lasting entertainmen.