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  • I finally got to check out to another one of the Saddle River Parks. This time I visited the one in Rochelle Park, NJ. This park is connected to the other five Saddle River Parks through the biking pa...

  • Van Cortlandt Park is huge! It is the third largest park in New York and spans more than 1,000 acres. I decided to visit one day and see this tremendous park for myself. I obviously got to see only a ...

  • As I drove down West Crescent Avenue in Allendale, NJ, I noticed a big green area with a lake on my navigation system. Curious, I turned into the parking lot of a park, marked by a sign which was not ...

  • Serene is the first word that comes to mind when I think of Wave Hill Gardens. The garden is spread over 28 acres with plenty of lounge chairs and benches sprinkled throughout. The garden is a great p...

  • Cos Cob Park in Greenwich, CT is just off the Cos Cob Harbor. There are beautiful scenic pathways with views of the harbor and surrounding areas. A gazebo sits atop a small hill with unobstructed vie...

  • The first time I visited Amsterdam, I was happy to note that most people there speak English (less so in the outlying areas). It is very easy to get around in Amsterdam. Public transport is excellent....

  • After spending a few fun-filled days at Lake George I was in the mood of something wet and adventurous. There are many speed boat rentals that offer tubes to be attached by rope and pulled along with ...

  • The Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse is what attracted me to the park. Once I got there, I was pleasantly surprised. In addition to the lighthouse, which is only open about every two Sundays in the spring and...

  • Whenever I crossed over the Tappan Zee Bridge I would look with wonder at the little lighthouse and wonder about it. I finally got to visit during one of the few Sundays that the lighthouse is open to...

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