It’s fall and almost October so time to escape to the Hudson Valley where I’ll take you to castles, haunted cemeteries and battlefields. I’ll take you on the back roads where we’ll taste fresh apple cider and stay in the oldest inn in America. Here’s the first in a four part series on the Hudson Valley. Grab a cup of coffee, sit back and read on!
Imagine castles along a river that cuts through rolling hills. Dotted with islands and shores that cascade and dip into the dark blue waters, this area is rich with history, architecture and ghost stories. Truly you could be embarking on a historical tour of Europe but yet you are still in the United States. The Hudson Valley in New York state be exact. Around every bend and turn there is something more amazing and wonderful.
Traveling to the Hudson Valley in the fall is one of the best times to go. If you want to “leaf peep” then the third and fourth week of October are the best times. If you are in the New York area you still have time to take this tour (or at least part of it) This travel itinerary will take you through a journey that encompasses history, architecture, and beauty. You’ll stroll through a…
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