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    Daniel Jackson
    Greenwich Village
    23 Feb
    Hudson River Park is a great treasure. I keep going back during my stay in New York since it is such a great area to trek with fantastic views of Jersey, the River, and Manhattan. It's a well-kept, well-landscaped park with unique gardens, artistic artwork, and relaxing areas that are open to the public. There are restrooms as well as food vendors. It's a pleasant and romantic stroll. If you're walking along the High Line, I recommend stopping by here. Take the High Line all the way to the finish. Then proceed down the street for a short distance. There are plenty of benches to sit on, children's playgrounds, food and drink for all ages, a carousel, mini golf, soccer, basketball, dog parks, skate parks, and other attractions. It's perfect for jogging, walking, sightseeing, and people watching. There is also a fantastic bike lane that runs parallel to the river. You'll drive through a number of cool districts where superb coffee and cuisine are constantly available. On the shoreline, this is a significant improvement. Whether you're looking for a well-deserved break from the city's hustle and bustle, a rigorous workout (or anything in between), Hudson River Park is the place to be.
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  • Greenwich Village's Washington Square Park is noted for its huge, central fountain and as a key hub of community activities for the neighborhood's residents. It's a fantastic location that captures the essence of New York City: Basically, it's a mash-up of everything. Last week, we went on a walking tour of Greenwich Village, which begins in this lovely area, and discovered a lively and entertaining environment that provided a good slice of life in the city. It's a public park with a central fountain and an amazing arch modeled after the Arc de Triomphe that honors George Washington's life. The square is surrounded by both old and new structures. The ones to the northwest of the square with what appear to be temples on the roofs were our favorites. We eventually realized that these are actually water tanks that have been expertly hidden. You can sit on chairs or lie down on the grass and watch the world go by (I believe there were no signs prohibiting us from doing so). There's lots of space to sit and relax while people-watching!! Views of the Arch and the Empire State Building in the distance are breathtaking. It was fascinating to listen to the street entertainers and observe the artisans at work.
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  • On Manhattan's West Side, the High Line is an elevated railway that has been converted into a public park. The park has lush landscaping, artwork, seasonal food sellers, community activities, and spectacular views of the Hudson River and New York City skyline. We walked up the High Line and were pleasantly pleased by how beautiful it is. Taking a long walk on this elevated train line, which has now been converted into a public park, is one of New York's best experiences. There are various areas to sit and enjoy the scenery along the way. The nicest aspect, however, is being able to look down on the city from above the street level. It's so popular that it's overcrowded, and it's sparked a revitalization in the communities where it's located. The Highline was beautiful and a breath of fresh air in the heart of a bustling metropolis. It was wonderful to simply stroll through, and everyone was extremely friendly! The Highline is closed between 20th and 23rd streets until 6 p.m., so you'll have to walk the main blocks. The Highline offers some spectacular views and is suitable for people of all ages too. It's on an old train track, and you could still see some of them if you look closely! Fun!!
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