Hades had given them his word that Eurydice was Above to stay. She had no fears of returning to the Underworld. Maybe that wasn't the healthiest of views, considering even immortals could die and stay in their respective Afterlife's before returning to the world of the living. Even so, there was the promise that immortals had a belief system and theirs was a well-known and beloved story.
Trips to Central Park, or any other park in the city, could never really make up for the lack of nature. They lived right at the edge of the city, so there was always the travel time and it was much too long a walk. Eurydice liked being outside, even in winter. Spring was her favorite season because it marked a time of change and warmth, of flowers blooming and birds singing. With Summer quickly coming to an end, Eurydice felt they needed some time away from the city while it was still nice outside. Maybe the hot weather bothered many others, but they had lived in a much hotter climate before their lives originally came to an end. This heat was nothing to Eurydice. She enjoyed the warmth of the sun. She didn't even break a sweat.
A gentle smile appeared on her face as she listened to him hum, looking around as they enjoyed this quiet, serene moment. She leaned in against Orpheus, feeling the vibration of his humming against his chest. No matter where they were, she was happiest when she was with him.