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Parques y naturaleza en Stamford

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“Philip Johnson's most famous, and most photographed building in the world. Sign up for the tour. A must see iconic mid-century modern house”
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“AKA Tod's Point, after Oct. 31st the park doesn't require a pass or charge for parking. This is one of the best places to walk in the area with great views of the sound, nice trails and sandy beaches.”
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“Nature lovers can appreciate the 850 specimen trees and plants from around the world.”
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“Stunning 180 degree views of Mianus River and Long Island Sound, playground, walking trails, Greeniwich 9-11 Memorial.”
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“Great beach--make sure to look up the tides and go when it's high tide. It's also beautiful to sit and meditate or take a walk. ”
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Beach
“One of Stamford's three public swimming beaches, with lifeguards and restrooms”
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Playground
“Harbor Point is a great neighborhood with views of the harbor. Take a walk along the boardwalk or use the free water taxi (summer only) to go across the sound to Crab Shell. There is also a free trolly that will take you around the neighborhood and to Stamford Downtown. They also offer a ton of water activities (yoga, paddle boarding, kayaking, etc.) in the summer months.”
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