We’re always looking for new, exotic plants and flowers, and when we’re in the midst of a new summer, we need something new.
That’s why we’ve rounded up some of our favorite and favorite places to find flowers and plant life.
Beach & Garden Beaches & Gardens Stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean at the end of the night.
In New York City, the beaches of the Hudson River have become a hot spot for the beachgoing traveler.
The best places to see the city from the beach are the popular restaurants and bars along the waterfront, like the French Quarter and the East River waterfront.
These spots have become popular with people who want to eat at their favorite places, or enjoy the atmosphere and the serenity of the city.
Downtown Manhattan The Upper West Side is a popular spot for people who like to spend time at their local establishments.
There are many bars and restaurants in the neighborhood, with a few that are best for a more relaxed experience.
New York City’s Upper West A beachfront location in the city’s financial district.
We are fans of the New York-based restaurant, and have sampled the many options that they have to offer.
Dock in Harlem We know that we enjoy the waterfront in Harlem and its beautiful waterside parks, so we were surprised to discover that this is one of the best spots in the borough for a relaxing stroll or for an afternoon of shopping.
If you’re looking for an outdoor dining experience, then you’ll love the outdoor food court at the corner of Broadway and Lexington streets.
The menu offers a variety of traditional American fare, including grilled fish, shrimp, seafood, chicken, and more.
East Village If the weather is warm, you can even spend an afternoon at one of its many restaurants.
You can find great dining options in the East Village or the Brooklyn Bridge Park neighborhood.
Brooklyn Bridge Park Looking for a quieter space to relax on the weekends?
This is the place for you.
A little more than a mile from the river, you’ll find a beautiful park with green space to enjoy the views. St. Marks You might not realize that St. Marks is the home of New York Yankees baseball.
It is one the more popular places to watch baseball in the Big Apple, so it makes sense that this area of Brooklyn has one of America’s top baseball parks.
Park in Westchester Whether you’re on a hot day or you’re trying to enjoy a relaxing evening, there’s a place for everyone in West Chester, New York.
When the weather gets warm, people flock to this park.
It’s not a place that you need to plan your weekend in, but it is one that will keep you cool and cozy.
Yarmouth Yarmsouth is one Brooklyn neighborhood that is home to a variety that includes restaurants, bars, and even a bowling alley.
This is a great place to catch up with friends and enjoy a few hours of fun.
Chesapeake Bay This area of New England is famous for its beaches and is a destination for locals who want a relaxing afternoon in the ocean.
Whether it’s the cold weather or the warmer days, the bay is the perfect place for a refreshing swim.
Tucker Bay Tucked away in the middle of the Bay of Fundy, Tucker Bay is one a great spot to soak up the sun on the weekend.
With over 1,300 miles of beaches and over 1 million acres of pristine wilderness, this area is known for its great beach and water sports.
Lakeside For those who want something more relaxing, this is a perfect spot to enjoy an afternoon on the water.
Just 20 minutes from downtown Boston, the picturesque waterfront of the harbor is perfect for exploring the local wildlife and seeing the natural wonders.
Saratoga Springs Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Saratoga Springs offers spectacular views of mountains and mountainsides.
For people looking for a unique escape, Sarathas Lake offers the best views of nature in the area.
Saratathas Falls Sarathas falls is an important waterfall in the Grand Canyon.
As the water drops through the mountain, you’re in for a spectacular sight.
Enjoy the spectacular view of the falls from the overlook.
Powell’s Gap When it rains, Powell’s Gap is the best spot for a sunny day in the summer.
Located just outside of Denver, Powell is a beautiful town nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.
One of the most popular destinations for a hot afternoon on a Sunday, Powell hosts many events, including the annual Colorado Bike Festival. K