This photo of a bridge in Wroclaw is a little bit different to what you’re used to when you’re visiting my blog. I just couldn’t get a shot without some car or tram in the photo. So I decided to try something else and came up with that. What do you think?
Inside of the Royal Palace of Milan (Palazzo Reale di Milano), is not too much which you can see. Actually, I had to kind of sneak in there to take that shot. You find the Royal Palace of Milan right next to the Cathedral in the center of the city. It took big damage in the second World War and just started to be restored in 2000. Still, I wish I already had my tripod back then.
When you hear Verona you might think of Romeo and Juliet. Or the arena comes to your mind. Well, of the Verona Arena I can serve you with a photo. Luckily we went early in the morning to Verona because when we left the Arena, the queue for tickets seemed endless. The arena itself is quite impressive. Not as much as the Colosseum in Rome, but still. Especially when you consider that it still is used for theaters.
Monument in Gdynia is not the best description you say? Well, there is not much more information I could get about that even though I was visiting Gdynia with locals. The only thing they could tell me, is that it comes from the communistic times. Close to it is the Joseph Conrad Monument, but I doubt that they are connected. Maybe you can help me with some information?
I remember when I was in Prague and friends of mine from London were planning a flight back home, it got cancelled because of snow. Since then I know the definition of snow in London is a bit different from what we have in Berlin. Well, even though it might seem like it, this photo is not taken in London. Not even in England. It’s taken in Berlin, in Tegel at the Greenwich Promenade to be more precise. Reason why we have this phone booth here is the town-twinning with Greenwich.