Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Remarkably Mark #20

Remarkably Mark #20: A Walk through Central Park, Part 1

Stiva and I take a long walk through Central Park on a beautiful sunny summer day. We start at the 103rd St entrance to the park at Central Park West, and make our way through the park, through glades and waterfalls, ball fields, and the Resevoir. We end this first part of the walk at the Delacorte Theatre, home of Shakespeare in the Park, and even speak to some NY Shakespeare Festival staffers, along with plenty of dog owners along the way. Listen for Part 2 later, wherein we walk through the Southern part of the park and hear even more music.

Theme Music: "Viva Remarkably Mark!" by John Ong. www.onglinepodcast.com

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At 6:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the Central Park reservoir no longer supplies drinking water to us New Yorkers, but its overflow does provide fresh water to the Pool, Loch, and Harlem Meer

Central Park Reservoir


At 2:16 AM, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

Hi David, thanks for the clarification. I did not know that. And here all this time I was worried that if someone spit in the resevoir, I might have to throw up a little in my mouth when I drink at home!

At 1:11 PM, Anonymous Brian said...

Mark --

What a great tour -- what fun! Thanks, as always, for sharing!

Washington, DC

At 7:51 PM, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

Thanks Brian, glad you liked it. Listen for part 2, where it really gets exciting. There's some calming music from a guitarist up on top of Belvedere Castle, then some jazzy music from a band playing near the Sheep Meadow.

At 8:45 PM, Blogger DaveinVA said...

Great show enjoyed it!


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