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The Cloisters December 22, 2019

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One of my favorite places in NYC is the Metropolitan Museum’s Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park. I try to make my way at least once a year. Our visit took place on a rainy, foggy, misty day which made for an even more special atmosphere. Not being able to see more than a few feet in front of us allowed our imaginations to soar thinking about the Romanesque and Gothic origins of this European structure and treasures. Yes the Cloisters sits in upper Manhattan but it is really a world away. After our visit a short walk took us to the delightful New Leaf Cafe in Fort Tryon Park for lunch.
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1. Judy Post - December 22, 2019

Very nice!

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judylobo - December 22, 2019

Next time you visit we should go.

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2. Denise McClean - December 22, 2019

We used to go regularly in the fall and Take a picnic with a thermos of soup. gotta revive that tradition. It is a remarkable place. Beautiful photos.

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judylobo - December 22, 2019

Thanks Denise. It is a wonderful spot in NYC

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3. Carole Klein - December 22, 2019

So enjoyed these photos of that magical place.

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4. Lori Micken - December 26, 2019

Oh, thank you very much for the gorgeous pictures of The Cloisters. I saw them when in New York 30 years ago and was pleased for the new tour. You bring much joy into the world.Lori Micken

On Sun, Dec 22, 2019 at 3:34 AM While at the Zoo wrote:

> judylobo posted: “One of my favorite places in NYC is the Metropolitan > Museum’s Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park. I try to make my way at least once a > year. Our visit took place on a rainy, foggy, misty day which made for an > even more special atmosphere. Not being able to see ” >

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