We found a place to sleep in Zurich thanks to a guy met on Couchsurfing. We went from Milan to Zurich's central station in a few hours.
Once we arrived, we were really tired so we decided to take a break and have our dinner in the park in front of the station, before taking our last train to Oerlikon. While I were there, I took some pictures of the Limmat river.
Circa 1930s. People boarding and/or disembarking from a ship associated with the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company. According to Wikipedia, they were a company headquartered in Honolulu that ran steam boat service between Hawaiian cities from 1883 until 1947.
From this source starts small creek. People have provided a source of civilized appearance, fenced it do
Last summer I took a short trip to the Plitvice National Park (Croatia), which has an outstanding ecosystem with waterflows, crystal-clear turquoise-lakes, blue dragonflies, bluebells and many other beauties. It's worth to visit it in every season, because always beautiful. But I've just heard, that they want to reduce the number of visitors. I agree, too many people go there, sometimes there are huge crowds at the ship station and on the wooden paths, and the nature is endangered by them. Maybe you'll have to take a registration some months before visit.
Now, here are my photos, with some HDR enhance. I hope you'll enjoy them!
The big waterfall:
Walking path in the forest:
In two weeks I’m supposed to be boarding an American Airlines plane for one of the first New York City to Rio de Janeiro flights. I’m supposed to see the immortal statue Cristo Redentor, eat at a churrascarias, and visit the opera house at Cinelandia Square.
What’s standing in my way? A visa.
The process of obtaining a visa to a country like Brazil sounds simple at first, but there are actually a few steps involved. To save you from the frustration, here’s a simple list of what you need to do before you head off to the Consulate.
Look up the times your local consulate is open to accept visa applications. Not all are open all the time, and some only accept visa applications for a one or two hour period per day.
My great trip to the Carpathian Mountains in the village Dzembronya.
Yes, the trip was just amazing there are no words, the smell of grass pleasant aroma of the forest that there everywhere.
A wooden house behind running spring water.
That's clear spring water can come from either side to have a drink.
The water is cold, good in hot weather thirst quencher.
Entrance to the village
Passing through th
This is not a political post, so I will not comment on the thaad issue between Korea, the United States and China.
The Lotte duty Free Shop is located in Jamsil, Seoul.
In 2016, Lotte suffered an egg yolk as it was selected to open the new duty-free shop in the middle of Jamsil, Korea, but the company succeeded in launching a new duty-free shop, receiving 800.10 points from the examination. A few years ago, the increase in the number of Chinese tourists has led to an increase in the operating profit of duty-free shops according to news. Lotte would also have seen a lot of profits and ex
Today, I would like to change the mode of my post from beautiful daytime to be vivid nighttime. I think the colorful lights at night in most big cities around the world are much distinguished, excellent and magnificent by their own styles.
The nice city that can be explained well about the great night lights is Hong Kong city. They have beautiful night lights surrounded by the vivid sea. The lights can make the sky more bright and colorful in the night and they also make the city looks more fascinating as well.
I am personally very much excited seeing the marvelous lights on those high buildings and the pretty boats with beautiful lights in the sea. And the colorful lights reflecting on the water are very wonderful scenery indeed!
The pictures are from my brother, again...... Hope you enjoy seeing the lights of Hong Kong city, tonight!
The best vacation of my life is by far our family trip to Italy. It was the perfect combination of family fun and enriching culture. For two weeks, we navigated our way through a foreign country, walked all throughout each city, visited famous churches and museums, and tasted the delectable Italian cuisine making it a trip I will never forget. All aboard! The first stop, Sorrento.
As we depart the plane in Italy, a driver by the name of Fabrizzio is waiting for us by the baggage claim. We load our luggage into his car as we set off on a two hour drive to the lovely city of Sorrento, Home of Lemoncello.
We checked in to the hotel, dropped off our luggage and were already off again exploring the city. In town, we scoped out the area as we shopped a little on the side. We sat down for a marvelous dinner which became the first of our many long meals. In Italy, the people are in no rush. They l
My lovely sister returned home for a very quick visit to help celebrate our Nonna’s milestone 90th Birthday. I was lucky enough to have the entire week off work to enjoy all the time I could with her in our lovely city.
We had planned to go to so many places, but as it turned out, she already had plans to go to half a dozen of them. On her last day in Melbourne, we allocated the morning to breakfast at Auction Rooms in North Melbourne. She coincidently had been wanting to go there for almost three years (despite living in London). I on the other hand, have heard great things about the place in the last six months.
It was one of my first experiences of Errol Street which is very relaxed and attracti
I met that guy from Norway in Peru at Huaraz, the best place i went so far in Peru, they call it the Swiss of Peru because the city is surrounding by mountain and beautiful lakes. It's a biker who was driving all around South America, we stayed fews day at the same hostel. I took these pictures the last morning before he left.
I hope you like it ;)
In 2014 my family and I visited the west coast of the USA, making a four week trip through several national parks with our final destination in Utah.
Crater Lake is 594 meters (1959 feet) deep. It originally formed when a volcano imploded.
Here are some fotos we took:
The water actually was this blue! It is said to be of highest drinking-water quality.
A small island in the middle of the almost 5 mile wide Crater Lake.
To most (read: normal) people, strapping on hiking boots and taking a nice, long stroll in the wilderness is nothing to write home about. It can be a regular, dare I even say, daily activity. To the rest of us, the ones who start the day off with Joan Jett and Caramel Macchiatos, English Bulldogs, the MTA New York City Subway, and a freshly charged iPhone, this is not a normal occurrence. It’s not an occurrence at all.
So, during my travels in the beautiful African country of Rwanda, when it was announced I would be hiking up a mountain to watch gorillas, I really had no idea what to expect. Ashamedly, my mind was filled with thoughts of the la
Can you see western Australia? Me neither :)
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Entry 3. Chocolate Smile This shot was made during out boat trip along Athos. As women are not allowed to visit that island we could enjoy it only from the sea. And our papa was at the island at that time.
And some pics I was choosing the 3rd entry from.
Papa and daughter
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Sunset Fishing on Lake Ngwazi, Iringa Region, Tanzania.
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