Wednesday, October 12, 2016

FRIDAY: Muscota Marsh in Manhattan

Where: Muscota Marsh, Inwood Hill Park, Manhattan
   the entrance is at the corner of 218th St and Indian Road
When: On Friday October 14 from 3-6 PM to catch the golden light of late day

Muscota Marsh has open access to the water and river views...lots of benches. Its a new parklet at the site of the Columbia Boathouse and tennis bubble. There is a nice view of the Spuyten Duyvil, Henry Hudson Bridge and the Bronx Cliffs with the iconic Columbia "C" across the Harlem River.

How to get there: the A train to last stop at 207th St (walk west up 207th to Seaman, then north)
OR the #1 train to 215th St (walk up b'way to 218 and then west to the park)
Also, the BxM1 express bus from the upper east side (same walk as the A stop)
OR drive. There is some neighborhood parking or park on Broadway around 218th St.
OR Metro-north Marble Hill Station is at 225th St and Broadway (walk south over the b'way bridge to  218th st then west to Indian Road

Need to warm up? The Indian Road Cafe across the street has a coffee bar with seats at the back and happy hour until 7.

Host: Elissa Gore email me directly:
reach me by mobile on Friday: 646-404-1756

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