Tag: park

  • Tranquility at Parque México

    Tranquility at Parque México

    As our adventure in Mexico City winds down, we find solace in the urban oasis of Parque México. Tucked away in Condesa, the park is a sanctuary from the city’s bustle, where the Audiorama, a unique haven for relaxation, beckons. Our last day is marked by this peaceful retreat, a gentle reminder of the city’s…

  • Stroll Through Roma Norte’s Parks

    Stroll Through Roma Norte’s Parks

    On a serene afternoon, we set out to explore the lush green spaces of Roma Norte, one of Mexico City’s more charming neighborhoods. We meandered through Parque México’s winding paths, we were surrounded by an oasis of towering trees and vibrant flower beds. The park’s ambiance was lively yet peaceful, with the barks of dogs…

  • The you and me chairs in Merida parks

    The you and me chairs in Merida parks

    We first visited Mérida’s Parque de los Hidalgos. Amidst this vibrant setting, the unique “sillas tu y yo” (you and me chairs) invite passersby to pause and connect. These chairs are designed for two people to sit facing each other, fostering conversation and interaction. A local legend adds a romantic twist to these chairs’ history.…

  • Quick preview of what Mexico City has to offer

    Quick preview of what Mexico City has to offer

    We left the airport as it was becoming boring and there’s nothing else to do. The morning in Mexico City begins with a groggy, sleep-deprived arrival at Juarez Metro Station. Despite the fatigue, the city’s morning ambiance is uniquely refreshing Walking towards Alameda Central, one of the city’s most iconic parks, the fatigue begins to…

  • Meridian Lines and Greenwich Royal Observatory

    Meridian Lines and Greenwich Royal Observatory

    My visit to Greenwich, home to the Prime Meridian and the Royal Observatory, was a fascinating dive into the world of timekeeping and astronomy. I took the rail to Maze Hill. The Royal Observatory and the Prime Meridian The Royal Observatory in Greenwich is a site of global significance. Standing on the Prime Meridian line,…

  • The Apostrophe in St James’s

    The Apostrophe in St James’s

    In British English, the park is traditionally known as “St James’s,” following the rule of adding an apostrophe plus an “s” to the singular possessive form, even when the noun ends in “s.” This form, preferred in British publications and formal contexts, reflects the historical and official usage. In American English, the traditional British spelling…

  • Leicester Square to Green and Hyde Park

    Leicester Square to Green and Hyde Park

    The adventure began at Leicester Square, the pulsating heart of London’s entertainment district. The area was alive with the sounds of busker music, creating a lively, almost carnival-like atmosphere. Leaving the vivacious square, I walked towards the historic St James’s Church, Piccadilly. This 17th-century Anglican church, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, stands as a testament…