“Is mid-November too late to catch the autumn season in New York?”
I found myself asking that question for weeks leading up to our trip.
I wanted the reds and yellows I’ve dreamed about as a Texas native trapped in an endless summer.
We drove through woods and fields, on winding roads without a shoulder to speak of to find one of New York’s most famous townhouses Hyde Park.
Built in 1899, it is one of the preeminent examples of Beaux-Arts architecture.
Offering scenic views of the Hudson River and the nearby Catskill Mountains, the gilded age estate features an incredible landscape of its own. (more…)