Travel Photography Photos tagged as park
My first experience in "small" Hawaiian waves, which are about the same size as our "big" waves in my hometown of Jacksonville, Florida.
Carriages abound Antigua ready to give a lift to any tourist who would like to view the city in a quaint old fashioned way.
Maya women getting ready to sell they wares.
The Chinese New Year decor at Hongkong park.
The skin feels rough but hairy and is really sensitive.
Ellie and I in front of retro bus used for a wedding in Hongkong
Ellie shows off her newly learned pose next to the pink beetle for the newly weds
The wedding party walking from their vehicles to the wedding registry located inside the Hongkong Park.
Sitting on the ground next to the water
Tour with Yael and Guy: On the way to Kruger park, we found him next to the road.
I found this weird sign between Skukuza and Pretorius Kop
The Ecole Militaire was a military academy, and its training ground is now where the Champ de Mars is, where you can take a much more casual and relaxed walk around the garden. See more Paris Photos at www.eutouring.com
While exploring the Champ de Mars you can find a few kiosks such as this one which can serve a drink, ice cream, a snack or even some popcorn to give you a boost of energy while seeing some of the great sights. More information and details at www.eutouring.com
The Champ de Mars is not just a garden to walk around in, as there are many things which can occupy you or any families, such as pony rides which are available during summer, even with an option of a horse drawn carriage. More photos to be seen at www.eutouring.com
Marking the middle between the Ecole Militaire and the Eiffel Tower, this fountain sits on a roundabout, showing some lovely features and design. See more Paris Photos at www.eutouring.com
The Champ de Mars Park on one side of the Eiffel Tower has a large open space of grass running down the centre, perfect for if you want to sit down and relax, have a picnic or gaze at some of the lovely sites as other people here have done. Daily updates at www.eutouring.com
There are many paths which lead through quiet and well preserved gardens that lead from and around the famous Eiffel Tower, making an ideal spot to take a walk on a lovely day. More photos to be seen at www.eutouring.com
One of the broken glass panels found at the Wall for Peace, providing a fantastic photo leading through to the Eiffel Tower in the distance at the end of the Champ de Mars gardens. More photos to be seen at www.eutouring.com
A photo showing the main area of the Champ de Mars which was originally used as a military training ground for the building at the end, the Ecole Militaire, with the large sky scraper known as the Tour Montparnasse Tower to be seen in the far distance. See more Paris Photos at www.eutouring.com
Many places within the Champ de Mars provide a great view to the Eiffel tower, but in this photo you can also spot a statue to the right, which is part of the Monument des Droits de l'Homme. Want to learn more? Go to www.eutouring.com
In the park in the favela