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NYC. Central Park looking east, overlooking the roof of the Dakota Apartments on the Upper West Side //  by Joana Miranda

NYC. Central Park looking east, overlooking the roof of the Dakota Apartments on the Upper West Side // by Joana Miranda

The Cloisters NYC. The Cloisters, a part of the Met Museum, were built in the 30’s thanks to the help of John D. Rockefeller Jr.   The place is extraordinarily beautiful, peaceful and quiet. Rockefeller even thought ahead to purchase the land in New Jersey right across the Hudson River from the Cloisters, just to maintain the feeling of authenticity.

The Cloisters NYC. The Cloisters, a part of the Met Museum, were built in the 30’s thanks to the help of John D. Rockefeller Jr. The place is extraordinarily beautiful, peaceful and quiet. Rockefeller even thought ahead to purchase the land in New Jersey right across the Hudson River from the Cloisters, just to maintain the feeling of authenticity.

Tavern On The Green | Travel | Vacation Ideas | Road Trip | Places to Visit | New York | NY | Restaurant | Movie Filming Location | Fine Dining Restaurant | New American Restaurant

Tavern On The Green | Travel | Vacation Ideas | Road Trip | Places to Visit | New York | NY | Restaurant | Movie Filming Location | Fine Dining Restaurant | New American Restaurant

Yogawinetravel.com/: 10 Things to Do in Hong Kong That Probably Aren't in Your Guidebook

Yogawinetravel.com/: 10 Things to Do in Hong Kong That Probably Aren't in Your Guidebook

The clock. Tribecca NYC

The clock. Tribecca NYC

The Cloisters - Medieval Garden | The Cloisters, in Fort Tryon Park, is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC. . Not to miss.

The Cloisters - Medieval Garden | The Cloisters, in Fort Tryon Park, is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC. . Not to miss.

It is a cool, bright, spring morning when I meet Caleb Leech, the lead horticulturist at the Metropolitan Museum Cloisters. Sequestered in Fort Tryon Park, the Cloisters house much of the Met’s collection of medieval art (paintings, statues, tapestries) in a castle-like fortress, perched atop a hill.

It is a cool, bright, spring morning when I meet Caleb Leech, the lead horticulturist at the Metropolitan Museum Cloisters. Sequestered in Fort Tryon Park, the Cloisters house much of the Met’s collection of medieval art (paintings, statues, tapestries) in a castle-like fortress, perched atop a hill.

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