Tag Archives: Parks
One of my favorite parts of Berlin was the Tiergarten, the largest park in the city. In the 1830s, Peter Joseph Lenne redesigned the area into a park. Before it was used as hunting grounds. The park spans 494 acres. … Continue reading
Happy Friday! I’m “out of the office” today. Here’s a photo I took during my ramble through the Tiergarten in Berlin. I hope all of you have a marvelous weekend! Don’t forget, the Olympics are starting!
I took this photo as we strolled through the Tiergarten, a large park in the center of Berlin. I enjoyed seeing the little ponds scattered throughout the park. It was a blistering hot day, and for a brief second I … Continue reading
Parks are Ailsa’s travel theme this week. Her prompt is to share my favorite park. For me though, this is difficult. I love nature and I’ve been to many parks of all types. Today I want to share a recent … Continue reading
I took this photo last fall while walking through Hyde Park. I think the birds and the Serpentine are my favorite parts of this park. It is always so lively.
The Jardins des Tuileries in Paris has many lovely statues. These two aren’t the best of the bunch, however, I loved the pigeons. For some reason they made me smile. They also had these in Paris. Happy Friday!
I took this photo during one of my bus tours in Barcelona. I loved how all the guys were just chilling and I would love to eavesdrop on their conversation.
A couple of weekends ago I was feel antsy and had to get out and stretch my legs. I ended up walking to Holland Park, one of my favorite places in London. The day was cloudy and rain threatened. But … Continue reading
Park Guell in Barcelona. Antonio Gaudi designed this park. If you ever go to Barcelona, please make the time to visit this park. It is an original.