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A Travel Blog entry by melmartin from New York City, New York, United States
Today we have decided to have a long lunch and since it is a Friday we have settled on Loeb's Boathouse in Central Park. We enjoy some great food, a good waiter and quite a few bottles of sparkling Rose at this iconic eatery. We only leave as they ...
A Travel Blog entry by whatsnext from New York City, New York, United States
... Cedar Hill spre acea fantezie de Castel numit Belvedere. Dar inainte de a ajunge aici, poposesc pret de o fotografie, doua, la Loeb Boathouse. Fostul pavilion din lemn, construit in stil victorian in 1873 a fost inlocuit in 1954 cu actuala cladire. Aici ...
A Travel Blog entry by tonestar from New York City, New York, United States
... the streets where it is all hustle and bustle outside of it. It is a great place to spend the day. We walked to the Loeb Boathouse which is a famous landmark in Central Park. Right next to that across the lake is the Bethesda Terrace which you will all ...
A Travel Blog entry by kevinterry from New York, New York, United States
... of the sights there. Some points of interest were; - The magnificent Minton Bridge and the tiled ceiling - Bethesda Terrace and fountain - Loeb Boathouse - The Mall - The Belvedere Castle - The Bow Bridge After a couple of hours his feet gave out and he ...
A Travel Blog entry by barryc1 from New York City, New York, United States
... towards home, passing through The Ramble - an area of the Park that has been kept in a fairly 'wild' state, and past Loeb Boathouse - now a very pricey restaurant, bar and reception area..We walked through the Children's Zoo, but didn't stop because it ...
A Travel Blog entry by shemstravels from New York, New York, United States
... Park' (well some of it as it's 6.8miles long), we head to the south entrance/exit and walk upto and around 'The Lake' and 'Loeb Boathouse' then back to where we started via a different route. We then head towards 'Times Square' via '5th Avenue' so we can ...
A Travel Blog entry by travilana from New York City, New York, United States
... though we only spent an hour there, we actually got to see some of the most iconic places in Central Park, like the Bethesda Fountain, Loeb Boathouse, and The Pond. The water on the pond also froze, so... that at least is interesting. Next up on the ...
A Travel Blog entry by thesullivans from New York City, New York, United States
... the splinter Sienna picked up after playing with some sticks. Walked around the east side of the Lake stopping to look at Loeb Boathouse and the row boats, then headed west stopping at Bethesda Fountain where a number of movie scenes have been ...
A Travel Blog entry by ndtownsend from New York City, New York, United States
... Carousel (which isn't open right now), the Literary Walk, the Mall, Bethesda Terrace/Fountain, Bow Bridge, the Lake, Loeb Boathouse, Hans Christian Anderson statue, Alice in Wonderland statue, Conservatory Water pond, Ceder Hill, Turtle pond, the Ramble, ...
A Travel Blog entry by miramar1 from New York City, New York, United States
... return to try some of the other varieties. After my dessert break, I walked back over to Central Park where I went to Loeb Boathouse and rented a rowboat. The cost is $12/hr, but you must leave an additional $20 deposit which you get back when you ...
A Travel Blog entry by jklmasiatravel from New York City, New York, United States
... such an exhausting day yesterday, Jase and I thought to change the pace, and Jase surprised me with a lunch reservation at Leob Boathouse in Central Park. YAY! How romantic! LOL…. The subway yesterday was so muggy and gross, and we did have ...
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