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Tag Archives: Parks
I love strolling through parks – especially Japanese gardens. I visited these gardens in Fort Worth while visiting my friend Anis. It was a nice fall day in Texas when I took this photo. For more photos of the gardens, … Continue reading
Earlier this month, I spent a few days “relaxing” in New York City. I needed a break from DC as well as from studying (I am pursuing a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology). I’ve been to New York City … Continue reading
Update: The second extension of the High Line opened in June 2011. Now you can enjoy this park from the Meatpacking District all the way up to 30th street. The High Line is one of the more unusual parks in … Continue reading
Chapultepec Park (“Grasshopper” in the Aztec language) is a lovely park located on the western side of the city bordering the neighborhoods of Polanco and Condesa. This park is popular with families –especially on weekends. There are lots of trees, … Continue reading
In May 2004, I visited Hawaii with my friend, Nauman. In addition to visiting friends on Oahu and sunning on the beaches of Maui, we visited the Kalaupapa National Historic Park on the rugged, north shore of Moloka’i. We had … Continue reading