Tag Archives: European Cities

Stone Bridge & Prizren Mosque, Kosovo

Wordless Wednesday – Prizren, Kosovo

Wordless Wednesday – Staroměstské náměstí, Prague

Sacre Coeur, Montmartre, Paris

Friday Photo – Sacré Cœur, Paris

Sacre Coeur, Montmartre, Paris

Le Tour de France – Part Fin, Paris

The actual Tour de France finishes in Paris with a parade up the Champs Élysées to the Arc de Triomphe, so this is where I will finish too. I have visited the wonderful French capital more times than I can remember thanks to Eurostar. If Mrs Wilbur and I do not visit at least once […]

Friday Photo – Charles Bridge, Prague

Old Town Square, Prague

I first visited Prague in 1992 when it was the capital of Czechoslovakia, you could only book accommodation through State run Cedok and Communism & Revolution were still very fresh in the memories. Fast forward half my lifetime and I am back in the city that grabbed me like no other on my first visit. […]

Wordless Wednesday – Aida at Vienna State Opera

Jazzy Ljubljana

When I booked for Mrs Wilbur & I to visit the Slovenian capital this June I had no idea that it would coincide with the city’s 60th jazz festival. We have both grown to love this musical genre and indeed the whole trip that saw us ending up in Vienna was predicated on us going […]

Sunday Photo – Dragon Bridge, Ljubljana

Friday Photo – St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia

Completed in 1912, for many years the St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral was the largest Orthodox church in the world. It has a congregational capacity of 5,000 and peaks at 148 feet, whilst its bells can be heard from ten miles away. The church was built to honor those who sacrificed their lives during the Russo-Turkish War […]