From this point going west, you find the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the sidewalk along Hollywood Boulevard. Embedded with more than 2,000 celebrity-names as a tribute to performers and others within show business. Created in 1958 to give Hollywood a face-lift. In 1978, the City of Los Angeles designated the Walk of Fame as a Cultural/Historic Landmark.
This walking bridge is located in the East Orange Public Water Works, which is located in Livingston, NJ. 30 years ago, as a kid, we used to walk waaaay out to it (We lived about 3 miles away) and walk across the crickety old footbridge which led to an island. You could also walk across the next bridge, which led back into the forest, but we never did because it seemed to dangerous. As you can...
Along the Olympic pond in Munich there are several 1x1m concrete flagstones with names and hand/foot print. They are the Walk Of Stars and began 2003 with the german-south african singer Howard Carpendale.
Since then many artists have their name there: Shania Twain, Carlos Santana, Julio Iglesias and others. But also sport stars have done it.
Three days ago i was in the sierra nevada (spain) on the second highest mountain (p.nueva 3387m) and i enyoed the view you can see in this file, the highest is the mulhacen (3475m). the p.nueva you can reach from granada, but you must walk about 2,5 hours from the end of the street. The view on this walk is one of the best i ever have seen.
The fun Fyn family attraction focused on the sea. Here you can see the delightful porpoises – the only breeding whale in Denmark. Keep up with the latest whale research and find out more about the behaviour and anatomy of the porpoise. The seals in the natural harbour pool are also well worth a look, and these cheeky, entertaining animals are trained and fed every day – come and watch!