Day at the Park

In honor of the freezing cold weather that New York is experiencing right now I thought I would share a flashback to warmer days.

During my blogging vacation I forgot about an end of summer post that I had started to put together but never posted. As it is a freezing tundra outside right now, I figured why not remember the warmer days. So here it is, a throw back to summer and the time when we could go out in the warm weather without bundling up. 

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C and I wandered up to the northern portion of central park to the Conservatory Gardens. The gardens are broken up into 3 sections the French, English and Italian style. These may be my favorite part of Central Park as they are never too crowded and incredibly beautiful.  

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The gardens are gorgeous and are a great way to spend the day as there is so much to see. 

We started out in the Italian gardens which are incredibly lush, with large bushes all surrounding a simple pond.

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The center of the American Gardens has a large fountain, gorgeous lawn and the most amazing vine arbor.

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The entrance to the French Garden... a romantic and simple garden with flower arches as the entry way into the round garden with a bronze statue in the middle of dancing children. 

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I purchased new rings which I'm pretty obsessed with... BOOMPOW!

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I hope you enjoyed the flash back to summer... now back to reality filled with scarves and puffer jackets.