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The Weather in Hudson
This is the climate diagram in Hudson. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 80°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 15°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Vacation Destination - Hudson, in Upstate New York
Travelers will want to stay for more than a couple days in Hudson since it is one of the “coolest” places in upstate New York. Here you can stay in historic vacation rentals with Victorian or Queen Anne architecture, laze in the riverside park or window shop in the artsy shops of Warren Street. A vacation rental offers visitors reasonably priced accommodation and places them in the heart of this happening town in upstate New York.
A restaurant for every taste
Visitors will be able to enjoy a great variety of food since there are dozens cafes and restaurants in town. Prices range from inexpensive to quite pricey. At the top end of the restaurants is William Farmer and Sons. The atmosphere is tavern-like, but the menu is filled with distinctive selections such as rabbit, seafood stew, and chicken thigh pie. For those looking to spend a little less, the Grazin’ Diner features a huge selection of organic burgers. For vegetarians and pizza lovers, Park Falafel and Pizza has a generous collection of appetizers and sandwiches.
Time to put on your walking shoes!
Hudson is pedestrian friendly, meaning that visitors will be able to see much of the town on foot. There are over 300 designated historic buildings, many from the 18th century. While guests are admiring the architecture as they stroll along Warren Street, they can also shop for antiques. There are over 50 antique stores in Hudson. For instance, Stair Galleries, Noonan Antiques, and Sutter Antiques all have generous collections of unique pieces.
There are several destinations close to Hudson which should not be missed. For those travelers wanting to see New York City, the train pulls out of Hudson Station and will get you to Manhattan within 2 hours. In town, visitors will want to take a cruise on the river. Hudson Cruises offers murder mystery cruises, sightseeing tours, and sunset journeys.
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