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필라델피아 근교 박물관
no.19 | pistory | 2014-03-01 23:06
Barnes FoundationThe Barnes Foundation was established by Albert C. Barnes in 1922 to “promote the advancement of education and the appreciation of the fine arts and horticulture.” The Barnes holds one of the finest collections of Post-Impressionist and early Modern paintings, with extensive works by Renoir, Cézanne, Matisse, Picasso, Rousseau, Modigliani, Soutine and de Chirico, as well as American masters Charles Demuth, William Glackens, Horace Pippin and Maurice Prendergast, Old Master …
Skydive Jersey and Hunterdon County NJ
no.18 | pistory | 2014-02-28 23:48
Skydive Jersey and Hunterdon County NJ - Test your inner daredevil with this fun day trip. Skydive Jersey is the closest skydiving facility to NYC and offers shuttle service from the Hoboken PATH stop directly to Alexandria Field in Pittstown NJ. This is a great opportunity to see the New Jersey countryside and historic Hunterdon County NJ from a truly birds eye view. After your skydive you can enjoy the scenic views of Round Valley or Spruce Run and the shuttle service stops at both recreation …
West Point Military Academy
no.17 | pistory | 2014-02-28 23:47
West Point Military Academy - Go ARMY! This historic campus has been the US Army's elite academic and phyiscal training ground since 1802. It's America's oldest continuously used miliarty outpost, originally established in 1778. Famous graduates inlcude US Presidents Eisenhower and Grant and Astronaut Buzz Aldrin. In summer and fall, you can purchase a MetroNorth Getaway Package and Tour of West Point and the surrounding Highland Falls historic area.
DIA: Beacon
no.16 | pistory | 2014-02-28 23:47
DIA: Beacon - a private museum on the Hudson River housing major artworks from the 1960s - 1980s, including Serra, Bourgeois, LeWitt and Smithson. The museum is located adjacent to the Beacon train station, which is served by Metro-North Railroad trains from Grand Central Terminal and Poughkeepsie. Schedule and fares here: http://www.mta.info/mnr/. In summer and fall, you can purchase a MetroNorth Getaway Package to Dia:Beacon
Rhinebeck and Hyde Park
no.15 | pistory | 2014-02-28 23:47
Rhinebeck and Hyde Park - home of The Vanderbilt Mansion and Garden, and Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt's homes and libraries. You'll need a car or a taxi to visit the Culinary Institute of America, but the food is worth it! You can take MetroNorth Railroad to Rhinecliff or Poughkeepsie.
Kykuit , The Rockefeller Estate
no.14 | pistory | 2014-02-28 23:46
Kykuit , The Rockefeller Estate - John D. Rockefeller's Hudson Valley Home. Built in the early 1900's. You can take a tour of the house and gardens. Have a picnic on the lawn. It's really a beautiful place to see. Take MetroNorth Railroad to the Tarrytown Station, and thn catch a cab ot the estate.
Atlantic City
no.13 | pistory | 2014-02-28 23:45
Atlantic City. Take the Academy bus from Port Authority. They have buses running all day. Each departure goes to a different casino, so consult the schedule. The casino's each give you back different amounts of money, but most give you at least the $20 you spent on the bus ticket plus food coupons. Atlantic City is getting a facelift. They have many new gourmet restaurants and good shops, especially The Quarter at Tropicana. In the summer most of the casino's have bars set up out on the boardwal…
Try Philadelphia for a day
no.12 | pistory | 2014-02-28 23:45
 Try Philadelphia for a day. There are many easy ways to get there from NYC. Take the Amtrak in the morning from Penn Station, or, if you're on a budget and are not in a hurry, you can use NJ Traniste to SPETA, to Philly's 30th Street station If you take the direct train it is an hour and 40 minutes. You can see the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Run up the stairs of the Art Museum and do your very own "Rocky Photo". Eat a Cheesesteak for lunch and go shopping on South Street. Check ou…
South Mountain Recreation Complex in West Orange, NJ
no.11 | pistory | 2014-02-28 23:45
 South Mountain Recreation Complex in West Orange, NJ. Literally 20 mins outside of Manhattan. South Mountain Recreation Complex is run by the Essex County Park System and they have made tremendous investments in this facility over the last several years. This complex is located at the corner of Pleasant Valley Way and Northfield Ave. in West Orange, NJ. The facility includes the Richard J. Codey Skating Arena, the award winning Turtle Back Zoo, the Tree Top Adventure Course, the Safari Min…
The Barnes Foundation - suburb of Philadelphia.
no.10 | pistory | 2014-02-27 00:52
EVEN before I got to the big wrought-iron gate, two myths had been shattered. The Barnes Foundation — the embattled art museum with one of the world's greatest collections — is often portrayed as both hard to get to and the bane of its neighbors in Merion, a wealthy old suburb of Philadelphia.   In fact, from 30th Street Station in Philadelphia, the train to Merion took precisely 11 minutes. From there, it was a short walk to the Barnes — and nearly every house I passed had the sam…
At Jackson Pollock’s Hamptons House, a Life in Spatters
no.9 | pistory | 2014-02-27 00:47
FIFTY years ago this summer, on Aug. 11, 1956, Jackson Pollock drank himself into a rage and crashed his Oldsmobile on a curving road in Springs, a bucolic bayside hamlet in East Hampton, N.Y. His lover, Ruth Kligman, survived the accident, but Pollock, who was 44, and another passenger did not.   When Pollock died, he was light years from the focused state in which he had created his most acclaimed work and thousands of miles from his wife, Lee Krasner (like him, a pioneering Abstract E…
The Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens - Purchase, N.Y
no.8 | pistory | 2014-02-27 00:45
IN 1970, when PepsiCo decided to move its headquarters from Manhattan to Purchase, N.Y., about an hour from the city on the site of an old polo club, the company’s chief executive, Donald M. Kendall, sought to create an atmosphere of stability, creativity and experimentation. He envisioned as essential to that ambience a museum without walls, where works of art could be enjoyed by the employees, the community and the public.   Go to the Art Interest Guide »   The result w…
A Visit to New Bedford, Mass.
no.7 | pistory | 2014-02-27 00:41
AT noon every Jan. 3, the words “Call me Ishmael” sound through the Whaling Museum in New Bedford, Mass. It’s the beginning of the annual marathon reading of “Moby-Dick,” which will go on for 25 hours or so, until the last reader utters “Finis.”   It’s been a long time since a whaling ship sailed out of New Bedford, and even longer since the boomtown days when Herman Melville wrote in “Moby-Dick”: “New Bedford has of late been gradually monopolizing the business of …
Albany, Hub of the Empire State
no.6 | pistory | 2014-02-27 00:39
ALBANY?” my wife, Penny, asked me when I suggested a trip up the Hudson to the state capital. “Isn’t that a dump?” Like many New Yorkers who presume that Albany is not worth a stop (nonpolitician New Yorkers, at least), she had never been there.   In 1982, Mayor Ed Koch of New York alienated upstaters (while running for governor) by deriding Albany as “a city without a good Chinese restaurant.” Last year Mark Green, during his unsuccessful run for state attorney general, made…
Pocantico Hills, N.Y - Spending a Day at the Rockefellers’
no.5 | pistory | 2014-02-27 00:36
THE tranquil hamlet of Pocantico Hills, N.Y., has been bound up with the Rockefellers for more than a century. The family’s imprint is everywhere: In the thousands of acres of nearby pastures, woodlands and lakes that John D. Rockefeller Sr. began acquiring as he created his family’s estate in the 1890s. In the august stone walls enclosing a collection of even more august mansions. And in the stunning stained-glass windows by Matisse and Chagall that grace a simple stone church.   Th…
Williamsport, Pa.: Home of True Small Ball
no.4 | pistory | 2014-02-27 00:34
The diamonds are baseball fields, and as befits the place where Little League Baseball was born, they seem to be everywhere. They beckon anyone to wander onto the green, green grass for a simple, yet essential, American ritual: a game of catch.   My two sons and I dug through the trunk of my car on a recent visit and rustled up a baseball and three gloves. We parked next to the Original Little League complex on West Fourth Street, walked onto a field, then threw to our heart’s content.…
Kinderhook, one of the oldest Dutch settlements in New York
no.3 | pistory | 2014-02-27 00:31
IN the waning days of summer, the drive through the verdant rolling hills of Columbia County is reason enough for a trip to Kinderhook, one of the oldest Dutch settlements in New York. Through a textured terrain of slate and granite outcroppings, open meadows, trees and wetland, the Taconic Parkway morphs from expressway to country road as it heads north. Take the Spencertown exit and follow Route 203 past cornfields, orchards, grazing cows and a golf course and through the villages of Chatham a…
the village of Cold Spring, N.Y., has three fundamental advantages
no.2 | pistory | 2014-02-27 00:26
IF you’re looking to ditch New York City for a day, the village of Cold Spring, N.Y., has three fundamental advantages: It’s cute, it’s close and you don’t need a car to get there. Magical, yet practical — like Brigadoon stuffed into your neighborhood deli.   About an hour and a quarter’s train ride north from Grand Central Terminal, a visit to Cold Spring is a neat trick — the perfect way for New Yorkers to flirt with small-town America, but be home before midnight. &nbs…
New Jersey Mansions, Englewood Cliffs - Now Forest Floor
no.1 | pistory | 2014-02-27 00:23
LIKE some long-lost jungle temple, the former bathhouse at Undercliff Beach in New Jersey’s stretch of Palisades Interstate Park has succumbed to vines. They linger on derelict staircases, shroud windows and veil the stone-walled ruin. The floorboards rotted away years ago, and cracks in the mortar have multiplied like spider webs in an abandoned barn.   The hundreds of thousands of vacationers who packed Undercliff Beach 80 years ago, most of them New Yorkers ferried across the Hudson…
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