This bridge carries pedestrians and the metro train on the top deck and regular traffic on the lower level. It was designed by a student of Gustave Eiffel and opened in 1886
Does anyone else find this kind of creepy? This fun fair has only been closed since 2001 but has already been reclaimed by nature. Not quite sure what happened to that dinosaur on the right though…if you’re wondering, it’s fenced off so this was as close as I could get.
When you gotta go, go in style…a spectacular view awaits those in need at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel in Oslo, Norway
Three Big Apple icons in one shot? Oh yes…
In the heart of the old town on Długi Targ (the Long Market) you’ll find this bronze statue of Neptune which dates from 1549. It was made into a fountain in 1633 and removed and hidden with much of the city’s other works of art during the Second World War – it was not [...]
Sopot’s famous attraction first opened in 1827 and remains the longest wooden pier in Europe with its impressive 511 metre reach. It was designed as a combined pleasure pier and mooring point for cruise boats, and despite the fact that the high season was very definitely over when we visited in late October, it’s an [...]