There are a lot of good places to admire the turning of autumn leaves. A short trip north by northeast from New York City will supply majestic mountains, a beautiful river edged with historic towns, great old hotels with all the modern conveniences, and a lively dining and wine scene. Bedford Post, Tarry Lodge and the Rhinecliff are just a few of the best new places to use as bases for further exploration.
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