Catch It: The Cloisters Museum & Gardens

The loveliness and beauty of strolling through The Cloisters Museum & Gardens at (99 Margaret Corbin Drive, Fort Tryon Park, in northern Manhattan, New York, NY 10040) is the simple pleasure of being taken to a medieval evergreen full of wonder, winsome, and willowy joy.

And opposite the public garden is a short, steep, step to a park where one can adventure for miles, or find a hearty field to rest, or have a picnic—all along the majestic view of the Hudson River.

On Sunday, August 11th, I took the M4 bus at 110th Street and Broadway and the last stop is The Cloisters Museum & Gardens. The round trip fare cost: $5.00. It is opened seven days a week; however, every moment is an everlasting experience.

Catch it if you can at www.metmuseum.org.

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