Tags » Parks & Gardens

Clinton Square (Syracuse)

Big banks and a Soldier and Sailors Monument stamp public, civic space in downtown Syracuse. Massive and monumental in style, the banks were built in the last decade or two of the 19th century, straddling the Erie Canal as it cut through the city. 67 more words

Uncategorized

The Australian Botanic Garden – 2

At Mt Annan, just outside Campbelltown, lies The Australian Botanic Garden. It covers 416 hectares, consisting of lakes, native Australian bushland and cultivated native gardens. Lake Nadungamba is one of the four largest lakes. 88 more words

NSW

Park Central

Marsden Park in Park Central, Cambelltown, was named after a controversial Campbelltown identity, John Marsden, a local lawyer. Park Central is a “new” suburb, renowned for it’s Park, it’s restaurants, it’s private hospital and for it’s inadequate parking facilities. 89 more words

NSW

Jardins du Fleuriste de Stuyvenberg , a garden with a view and a touch of design

Today I take you to Laeken/Laken for one of the most interesting parks in Brussels, one with quite a history and one with a story to tell. 424 more words

Brussels

A Slice of Happiness

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

115 more words
Germany

Ramblings of a Reticent Blogger…

So you may have noticed I’ve been a bit remiss lately. I feel bad.

It’s a mix of issues really. Part of it is the thought that I just don’t have that much to say… 1,105 more words

Miscellaneous