I have added a new page to dacj365 where I will from time to time to add little 1 minute video themed on a fixed scene and the people passing by hence the name 1 minute passersby. I came up with the idea whilst sitting on some steps beside the Notre Dame Cathedral in the … Continue reading
Whilst in Paris we visited the Eiffel tower in the evening. There were thousands of people about with many picnicking on the grass in the park beside the Tower. No deck or folding chairs to be seen, just rugs and towels. Cheese and wine as far as the eye could see.
They had some very well set up rooms for us to look through. A chateau with a long history.
Pula on the southern tip of the Istria Peninsula in Croatia was a lovely spot where unfortunately, we could only spend 1 night on our way around to Italy from Budapest, Hungary. It seems Pula has been a very popular place to visit for thousands of years as it has a very long history with … Continue reading
We took our first metro ride in Europe today. It was cheap, fast and easy to navigate. Yay for us.
On our last night in Bratislava we came across a performance by a Folk band in the square in the old city. They were very good at what they do however not all of their music was to my taste. Some of it got a little too fast and furious that it lost definition. Whilst … Continue reading
We are taking a few hours out of our schedule to get some clothes washed for ourselves and Courtney. Searching the net turned up it one laundromat. This Laundromat is amongst communist style high density flats. Quite an experience going for a walk amongst the unit blocks. The picture above shows a Soviet style hand … Continue reading
Looking around the gardens of the Schonbrun Palace in Vienna you will find many pathways generally running geo-metrically North, South, NE, SW, ENE etc. They are mostly all vertically trimmed, neat with some sections yet to receive their most recent hair cut. Now this does beg the question…how does one give a 50 foot high … Continue reading
Schonbrun Palace in Vienna is huge and it has the biggest gardens to walk around too. The pics here below are of the Neptunes Fountain to the rear of the Palace. If you were to ask me what do I associate with Vienna you will get the answer, two things. Big buildings and the Ultravox … Continue reading
The wooden bridge is found at the end of a north west arm of Lake Lucerne and is known locally as the Kappelbruke or Chapel bridge. It is beautifully adorned with baskets of flowers all along it’s length and it spans what can only be described as ‘crystal clear waters’ of the Reiss river. We … Continue reading