Tag: Architecture

The Colosseum

The Colosseum

Only the second day in Rome and it felt like we’d done so much already. Today we’re off to the Colosseum, a huge oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city. Emperor Vespasian started the massive feat in 72 AD, but it was Titus who completed the job in 80 AD with Domitian making modifications …

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Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona

We found ourselves in Piazza Navona, a lovely little square full of life with street artists, selling their paintings, imposing churches and palaces, and inviting cafes and restaurants all around. It didn’t take us long to choose a restaurant with a ring-side view of everything that was going on. Piazza Navona is an oval-shaped square …

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One Of My Obsessions

One Of My Obsessions

I haven’t been out with my camera much recently, I haven’t felt that motivated, but, thankfully, I am over that lack of motivation and the last two weeks, I have been clicking merrily away, but more of what I’ve been getting up to will follow shortly. In the meantime, I was just sifting through my …

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Photo Walks Around the City; June 2017

Photo Walks Around the City; June 2017

Two of my favourite things; walking and photography. Sathorn Neua Road (2/6/2017) Charoenkrung Road (2/6/2017) Silom Road (2/6/2017) Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Road (2/6/2017) Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Soi 7 Alley (2/6/2017) Sathorn Tai Road (2/6/2017) Charoenkrung Road (23/6/2017) Yaowarat Road (23/6/2017)

On The Trail of Bangkok’s European Heritage

On The Trail of Bangkok’s European Heritage

How much do you really know about Bangkok? Did you know that from as far back as the 16th century Bangkok has had European connections? Neither did I, until, one day, while I was researching about castles in Thailand for my blog, I stumbled across a map which gave information about European heritage in the …

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