January 2010 - Central Park

Central Park's Most Romantic Places – Conservatory Garden

A tranquil oasis at the north end of the park, the Conservatory Garden offers dozens of fragrantly secluded corners and lush, leafy bowers to host an intimate tryst. . . . → Read More: Central Park's Most Romantic Places – Conservatory Garden

The Shakespeare Garden – One Of Central Park's Hidden Gems

“Away before me to sweet beds of flowers. Love-thoughts lie rich when canopied with bowers.” – Count Orsino in Twelfth Night, Act I, Scene I A fitting quote to introduce number six on my top ten list of most romantic places, one of Central Park’s hidden gems: the Shakespeare Garden. . . . → Read More: The Shakespeare Garden – One Of Central Park's Hidden Gems

Central Park's Most Romantic Places – Conservatory Water

With sailboats gliding by in miniature regattas, Hans Christian Andersen reading to his friend the duckling and Alice holding court with the Cheshire Cat, Conservatory Water offers scenic accents both romantic and literary. . . . → Read More: Central Park's Most Romantic Places – Conservatory Water

Central Park's Most Romantic Places – Cherry Hill

Perched above the Lake, overlooking Bow Bridge and the Ramble, Cherry Hill is at the virtual center of the park . . . → Read More: Central Park's Most Romantic Places – Cherry Hill


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