Sunday, September 19, 2010

From one side to the other

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This overpass goes through EDSA, a main thoroughfare in Metro Manila, and connects pedestrians from EDSA or McKinley street to Ayala Avenue, the entrance of the Central Business district. The buildings behind it are hotels. A friend of mine, who's lived in the area her whole life, says the Intercontinental Hotel, the white building in the photo and a five-star hotel, is one of the oldest buildings in the area. It was there way before other buildings were constructed. Way before this bridge, for sure.


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4 comments:

Francisca said...

Good grief, even I've been here longer than that bridge! :-D

VioletSky said...

So everything is rather modern in this shot, eh?!

Luna Miranda said...

i used to cross Edsa to get to Ayala long before this overpass was constructed. i was fearless then.:p

Lesley said...

a covered pedestrian bridge is so convenient. we should have more of them in Canada, I think!