Saturday, June 25, 2011

Cloisters. Fort Tyron Park. Turtle Pond. Belvedere Castle

What could be better than a day spent pretending you aren't in the middle of New York City? I can't think of one. Today Brooke and I spent a majority of the morning up in Inwood - the most northern part of Manhattan). There we visited the Cloisters, an extension of The Met, and walked through Fort Tyron Park. The Cloisters is a museum/conservatory dedicated to Medieval art and architecture - beautiful art inside the old castle, courtyards/gardens, and more. After that we walked through Fort Tyron Park along the Hudson River. On our way back home we went to Central Park's Turtle Pond and Belvedere Castle. Man... I'm beat after this day!

The hike up to the Cloisters

I stumbled into Herbology...

We think we're cute... or something...

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