Mooney Falls - my favorite among the Havasupai Reservation #waterfalls . Towering at about 200-ft tall, the descent to the base of this majestic waterfall is a grand adventure by itself. First, was the spelunking experience - going through tight dark tunnels (which was actually fun for me & might not be the case if you’re claustrophobic). Then there was the scaling down the cliff face grasping onto wet chains, pegs and exposed rocks as foot holds. This might get intimidating if you’re afraid of heights or death lol! Finally, you’ll be going down some wooden wet ladders! The great consolation is, at the base you’ll be greeted by paradise! It was all worth it! ...and as what they say in hiking, what goes down must go up (or was it the other way around😂). Going back up was more of a cardio challenge! Grateful for the experience and would do it all again!
The Queen Emma Bridge isn’t just scenic—it’s floating!
When ATLIST Curator @leahshoup visited Curaçao’s capital city of Willemstad, she made a point to visit its iconic bridge, which swivels to let boats pass. “You’re allowed to stay on the bridge while it opens,” she told ATLIST. “If you plan it right, you can actually ‘ride’ the bridge!”
(Insider tip: Don’t miss the scenic picnic spots along the waterfront, too! We love all the colorfully painted Dutch-style buildings!) #MyAtlistСмотреть полностью
Located next to the Children’s Museum and a short walk from The Langham, Boston, the recently opened Martin’s Park is an accessible playground honoring Martin Richard. The park symbolizes peace and celebrates life, giving the community and visitors a beautiful and fun place to visit this summer. #LanghamLovesBoston#MartinsPark#TravelTuesday 📸 by @bretclancyСмотреть полностью