Even though I've lived in Saratoga Springs for years, I still feel the magic is somehow fresh every day. Even though I live here, I also can feel I'm getting an escape here. It's easy on the eyes—idyllic streets lined with colorful flowers and beautiful trees, huge old Victorian style homes, porch swings, American flags everywhere. It almost feels like stepping back in a time machine around here to a time when America was a gentler, more decent place.
We're famous for the local race track, a famous old hot spring that is now a spa, and quaint bed and breakfasts. Many elements are here for creating a boutique type experience: lots of unique shops owned by craftspeople, locally owned resturants, art galleries and historical tours. I love to visit the local parks and gardens. The town puts a lot of effort into maintaining them nicely.
I love music so I am also very pleased to be near the SPAC amphitheater (Saratoga Performing Arts Center). We get hundreds of national and international touring artists every year here.
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Are the new Lofts at Saratoga Blvd apartments any good?You can check out their website here http://loftsatsaratoga.com/ I am thinking about moving up there from Albany. It's a new apartment complex and a loft style which is really appealing. I would love to live near downtown Saratoga. Has anyone been to this place to check out the units? Would be great to hear some opinions. Thanks!