Cromer Hall, Norfolk, England built in 1829 by architect William Donthorne. Visited by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, it is believed he based his book Hound of the Baskerville's on 'Black Shuck' the Hell Hound of Norfolk.
Immediately north of New York City, green becomes the dominant color and the vistas of the Hudson River and the mountains breathe life into your urban-weary body. The history of the region, home to the Hudson River School of painting in the 19th century and a retreat for Gilded Age industrialists, is preserved in the many grand estates, flowering gardens and picturesque villages. | CLICK THE IMAGE TO HEAR THE PLAYLIST #lproadtrip