Ever wondered what it must be like to do this? Image obtained from Flickr.com under Creative Commons (c) Oskari Kettunen Wondered what it must be like – kind of. Wanted to do it – not really… Well now you can get some of the experience at least. Without the major potential for a spectacular and messy death? Yes, without […]
MORE Lego?! Oh yes. Not content with creating the magnificent Lego Christmas tree at St Pancras station in London, those clever people at Bright Bricks have done it again. Or rather, Duncan from Bright Bricks has. Ladies and gentleman, witness the London tube map as never before – in Lego! Image (c) Bright Bricks Wait a minute, […]
Image (c) C H/www.visitnorway.com Innovation Norway First a spot of disclosure. As the more observant of you will have become aware this site is presided over by an English bloke in voluntary (and wonderfully enjoyable) exile in Norway. Given the affection we at Grown-up Travel Guide have for the country we consider it one of our many […]
1. Taking our (then) eight-year old daughter to her first rock concert June 2010. Muse live in Goffertpark, Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Catching a gig in a foreign country gives you two experiences for the price of one. If you live somewhere a little off the main tour circuit it may also be the only way to […]
Now and again a video clip or set of images really stand out from the daily mass of new content on the internet, and yesterday was one of those days. Here for your visual pleasure are two beautiful films showcasing some of the attractions of two of the best cities in the world – namely […]
I guess that covers it? I particularly like the distinction between acoustic music (guitars and trumpets – allowed) and amplified music or percussion instruments (CD players, drums – not allowed). And the fact that they seem to have had an about-turn about ‘sunbathing in the nood’ – so if you’re in the mood to […]
The question is, what are they photographing? Send in your suggestions and we’ll let you see the rest of the picture at a later date…
The famous harbour area of Copenhagen immortalized in Lego. Well, what else?