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Loving Rhinebeck, New York

April 22, 2010

I’ve have always loved Rhinebeck, New York. Built largely in the 1800s with designs promoted by the famous architect Alexander Jackson Davis, it is a living example of the prototypical Victorian village with farm houses, gate houses, rustic cottages, English and Oriental villas. Yet its shops, restaurants, and art galleries are au courant. An old church has become a bistro.

Ninety miles north of Manhattan, and halfway up into the Hudson Valley, it’s an ideal base for exploring the area. Check out the Beekman Arms Hotel and its bed and breakfast The Delameter House. Paradise is staying at a B&B in the middle of town, eating at one of the new chic restaurants, and waking up to shop at the general store.

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