I like stairs running on Jacob's ladder. If the night lighting is better, the police can get rid of homeless camping, which may be a good park to walk 24/7 with the family. There is nothing special here, except to provide green space for office workers and people living nearby, let them breathe fresh air on many wooden benches and fitness enthusiasts to do their things, I walk through here and walk On the winding stairs, Jacobs stairs arrived at my hotel-described as a sculpture park, with some peculiar eclectic bronzes at the foot of the steps, and other bits and pieces scattered elsewhere-the old windmill at the top of the steps, on the left.
Not a destination, only when you are in the area. May be used more for fitness people, let them exercise on the steep slopes and back. This is a park located in the city center with numerous steep stairs. As for the park itself-there is nothing more than going through the park or stopping for an intense climbing breath.
[Scenery] King Edward Park is open to the public as an entertainment reserve. Inside the courtyard is a grass bowling alley. This obelisk was built in 1850 as a symbol of navigation at the time; the focal building is a Victorian round building.
[Fun] In this park you can see spectacular sea views, Norfolk Island pine trees and a low-lying garden that is usually colorful. A great place for family picnics and barbecues, it is also a venue for movies in summer!
Forget the GymThis well maintained small city park is a gem and a gym! The outdoor art, trees and dual exercise walk-ways will test your cameras and heart. I still don''t know which was more "challenging", the zig-zap walkway from bottom to top and vice versa or the 86-step Jacobs Latter. I used both choices for five days up-and-down and enjoyed them....and I hate gyms!
Loved the flower king garden. The flowers are adorned with a beautiful scenery.
The deep bay and constant tides divide the crescent-shaped Prince Edward Island into three almost equal parts