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#3 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
It's a beautiful park with lots of beautiful and unique plantings designed by famed landscape architect Piet Oudolf and because you're above the busy streets, it seems so peaceful and quiet as you meander through...
This unique park/walkway along the west side of Manhattan (right by the Whitney Museum at Gansevoort to 34th St.) is a delightful stroll and gives walkers a wonderful, different view of the city.
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#7 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
... Hell's Kitchen, Midtown, Chelsea, Meatpacking District, West Greenwich Village, Tribeca, World Trade Center and all the way down to Battery Park -where there's a beautiful view of the Statue of Liberty from here!
... I ride my bike south, past the neighborhoods of Hudson Yards, Hell's Kitchen, Midtown, Chelsea, Meatpacking District, West Greenwich Village, Tribeca, World Trade Center and all the way down to Battery Park.
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#44 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
They tell me that the temperature is 4 degrees lower in the garden in Summer so a good spot to park on hot steamy days.
#77 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
In New York City, it is a law that only adults accompanied by children may enter into Parks Department playgrounds and the adults who frequent this playground tend to be pretty vigilant.
#113 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City