Wishlisted by Dave
The prettiest walk in the city in springtime. Feed the ducks.
Park · City Life · Long-standing Classics · Rest & Rejuvenate · Ultimate Tourist · Quintessential · Family-Friendly · Conveniently Located · Relax & Chill · For Two · Pet-Friendly · Small Groups · Solo
Open today: 07:00-21:00
4 Charles Street, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
a year ago
In Boston Public Garden you'll find a bronze statue by Nancy Schön of a mother duck being followed by baby ducklings. The Public Garden is the setting for "Make Way for Ducklings" by Robert McCloskey, a story about two mallards who raise their family on an island within the park.
a month ago
This is on the north of the South island. Not Wellington as Google seems to suggest! It was the only thing which we had planned to do this trip which we could not do because of the weather. On the day we envisaged, it rained a lot and it really needs to be dry. NB You cannot access the park by road ; you need to go by boat! And then walk, one day up to four day trips available. Another time!
2 months ago
A 10-minute walk north of Woodlands North station will bring you to Woodlands Waterfront Park a 27 acre park with bicycle and jogging paths, playgrounds and shaded areas, you can look across the streets for a view of Johor Bahru.
2 months ago
Named after Ming Dynasty scholar Wang Yangming, Yangming Mountain is the treasure trove of wonders for the Taipei expat and well deserves its reputation as the most beautiful national park in Taiwan. Here are some highlights to get your bucket list started: 🔸 soak in the local hot springs 🔸 visit historical buildings 🔸 wander through flower gardens 🔸 take scenic hikes through forests or grasslands 🔸 feast on sweeping vistas and great photo-ops. Read on for more detailed descriptions of the many attractions you can find in this area. Distance: 🚍 1h 40min | 🚘 35min
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