Friday, July 30, 2021

San Jose's Little Italy


I was in San Jose and decided to walk around the small area called Little Italy. It is a small but cool area:

The small Little Italy led to the Guadalupe River Park and they have these sculptures. I did some research and it is called the Shirley Lewis Rotary Sculpture Walk. Lewis was a San Jose City Councilmember back in the day and wanted people to come to this park, she was into public art and thought it would be a fun activity for families to do:

And here are a couple of shots of the Guadalupe River:

And what is really cool is that everything leads to the "Shark Tank" or the SAP Center, home of the San Jose Sharks:

If you are every in Downtown San Jose. Head down to Little Italy and Guadalupe River Park. 


  1. How cool. It seems a lot of places are named after "Little Italy". The small town I live in is an Italian name when translated means "Little Italy". Apparently when the early settlers arrived they thought it looked as beautiful as Italy so they named the town after it.

  2. Nice homes and sculptures. Thank you for linking up with #weekendcoffeeshare.

  3. What a beautiful place, I would love to take a walk around :)

    Thanks so much for linking up to The Weekend Link Up #TheWeekendLinkUp

  4. That park is really cool! I love those kid statues. This looks like a really intersting place to have a stroll! Thanks for linking!



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