Ah, so you are into Lego. Then you should come to Denmark and visit Lego's themepark called Legoland. It's very big and very popular. I believe Lego are building Legolands around the world, in the same manner as Disney have Disneyland all over...Lego City. So colourful and always changing
sounds - smells like Camden Town (North London) around the Lock in summertime. I found Paris less claustrophobic than London. shame they don't serve beer in pint glasses.the smells... frying fish one moment, raw sewage the next, then incense, diesel fumes, noodles... and the food from the street vendors was incredible.
An inviting description of the place.Wellington, the capital of New Zealand... but i've lived here for almost 10yrs, and haven't travelled :o
it's compact, hilly, full of Victorian architecture and weird little streets. i live on a beautiful rural-looking road which is a 15min walk from the central city. it's a steep-sided valley, narrow windy road, lots of quaint century-old houses with gorgeous overrun gardens and rickety picket fences...
there's a nice artsy bohemian feel to this town... and lots of cool bars and cafes and galleries... and lots of 2nd hand bookstores... (and the library's pretty good too, Poptop)
i highly recommend it
we have to large couches and a double bed to spare if anyone's thinking of visiting ;)
got my ticket already.we have to large couches and a double bed to spare if anyone's thinking of visiting ;)
yes, the smells are striking. every two meters another smell. and not only nice ones.Bangkok ... When I was there the first thing that struck me was the smells... [...] A fucking incredible place.
Man, if I had a dollar for every time I heard that question...What happened to your feet in KO CHANG?
these weren't MY feet.Ahhh. The picture is a link which you may click, and leads to more pictures.
What happened to your feet in KO CHANG ?
it Is interesting.Bamberg looks like an interesting town to visit with all it's medevil buildings, forts and history in general...