Category European Cities

Friday Photo – Salzburg

Today I am in my favourite pre-Christmas location of Salzburg in Austria. Salzach River, Salzburg, Austria

Wordless Wednesday – Christmas Tree, London

Sunday Photo – Cologne Railway Bridge Over The Rhine, Germany

The Hohenzollern Bridge was a road & rail bridge constructed between 1907 and 1911 and reconstructed after WWII when it became a rail bridge only as it is today. Now over 1,200 trains a day cross it to and from the nearby central train station. It is also a stone’s throw from Cologne’s magnificent cathedral and […]

Let It Snow – Norway in Pictures

I awoke this last day of November morning to the coldest day so far this Autumn/Winter. My thoughts immediately turned to snow not being far away and then onto my snowy trip to Norway in January 2018. A perfect excuse to look at my photos and share a few of my favourites.

Georgia & Azerbaijan 2019 – Baku

Continuing my October 2019 trip to the Caucuses……. Baku Before my visit there were just a few facts that I knew about to Azerbaijan capital – its situation on the Caspian Sea and the iconic Flame Towers, a symbol of the nation’s status as a country rich in fossil fuels and the birthplace of Zoroastrianism. […]

View of Helsinki from Baltic Sea

Friday Photo – Helsinki

Prague Bridges, August 2019

Wordless Wednesday – River Vltava, Prague

Sunday Photos – Norway

Photos from my January 2018 trip to Norway.

Bear Park Lake, Helsinki

A Few Days In Helsinki – Part Two

Continuing my short break in Helsinki………. Suomenlinna Islands This was the undoubted highlight of the weekend. Suomenlinna (Castle of Finland) is an inhabited sea fortress built on eight islands and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. During the Finnish War of 1808, Sweden surrendered the fortress that they had started building in 1748 to Russia, paving the way […]

Orthodox Cathedral, Helsinki

A Few Days in Helsinki – Part One

I recently had a work assignment that took me to the Finnish capital for a week, so naturally I tacked the weekend onto my trip with my sister Jackie joining me for a few days. Finnish History When you think of Finland today, you probably get thoughts of a peaceful nation with a fabulous economy […]