July 13, 2015 by admin

Sometimes too hot the eye of heaven shines

As in so many cases, Shakespeare said it best. Staying inside in an air-conditioned room with a cold drink and a good book seems like an appropriate response to today’s weather, but those looking for a breath of fresh (albeit warm) air can find some relief in Central Park’s Shakespeare Garden. According to the Central Park Conservancy, this four-acre landscape “features flowers and plants mentioned in his poems and plays. Small bronze plaques scattered throughout the garden bear quotes from the Bard.”

Here’s a bit more of the garden.





The Swedish Marionette Cottage (upper left corner) doubles as an English country cottage nearly hidden by the leafy display.

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