It was a beautiful sunny weekend, a good friend of mine invited me to spend a day-out in Greenwich. We went to the National Maritime Museum, Sir Christopher Wren’s Old Royal Naval College, after a long stroll uphill (without the need of oxygen masks) we reached the Royal Observatory. Unfortunately to visit the Meridian Line is now a […]
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Some great photos from the British Museum. An excellent piece of free software called Hugin http://hugin.sourceforge.net/ helped me to stitch some of the photos together to produce panoramic views.
I found this old photo from an album sitting in my cupboard gathering dust. It was a view of St. Bees village in St. Bees, Cumbria, taken from Abbots Court as the vantage point. The photo was not dated but my guess it was around 1986.
Last weekend I was lucky enough to visit Bridgnorth in Shropshire. My best friend recommended a good restaurant to visit in Ironbridge. The restaurant, tugged away in this scenic and beautiful small town, bearing 2 x AA Rosettes and recommended by the 2009 Michelin Guide, must be worth a visit. We’ve had a good run of our luck, […]
I was in Sheffield over the weekend, I took this photo while I was at the Jury’s Inn Hotel. My view was over-looking towards the south-west side of the Moor, with Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane football stadium in view near the left, and the Moor is on the right hand side of the photo.
I spent another summer holiday in Newquay, and I stayed at the Great Western Hotel. The hotel is centrally located (50 metres opposite the train station), modestly priced, rooms are clean, has 2 nice bars (indoor and outdoor) and a restaurant, staffs are friendly and helpful. I highly recommend it. But the best of all is: the hotel […]