NY – Prospect Park

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When my friend suggested to have an adventure in Prospect Park, I was not expecting to be blown away.  I pictured a little park tucked into Brooklyn, similar to many small parks around the city.  After eating breakfast at Dizzy’s, I entered the park via 9th street where I was greeted with the Lafayette Monument (pictured above).  The park was a site for the fucidin buy online Battle of Long Island during the American Revolution.  The park is about 250 acres smaller than Central Park… aka HUGE! I literally have never seen so many gorgeous colors of leaves in one spot!  How these parks exist in middle of concrete and traffic of millions of people/taxis AND stay so beautifully peaceful is beyond me.  I tried to Snapchat (that’s so a verb now) my friends to share the views right then and there but they most definitely did not do it justice.  I hope these will.

 

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The entrance of Prospect Park at Prospect Park West and 9th

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My Nike’s in a pile of leaves

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