Tag Archives: European Cities
The F&M windows at Christmas are a seasonal treat that rivals the Oxford Street lights and Trafalgar Square Christmas tree for London tradition. As usual I have snapped them all as you can see below.
A week ago I was in wonderful Salzburg for some pre-Christmas cheer. The picture shows the Salzach River that bisects the city and the pedestrian Makartsteg bridge, with the cathedral spires and Arenberg Castle in the background.
Zell am See in Austria Yesterday we took the train from Salzburg the 90-minutes to the ski resort town of Zell am See (Zell on the Lake). We also took the Schmittenhöhebahn – the single car cable car, up 2,000 metres onto the Schmittenhöhe mountain, offering breathtaking views of the peaks of the Hohe Tauern […]
Last night Mrs Wilbur and I went to a classical concert at the majestic Marble Hall at Mirabell Palace in Mozart’s home city of Salzburg. From the moment we climbed the ornate staircase we knew that we were in for a treat. The ensemble including Greek violinist Dimitris Karakantas and oboe player Valerie Colen from […]
Today I am in my favourite pre-Christmas location of Salzburg in Austria. Salzach River, Salzburg, Austria
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 […]
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.