Articles with tag: north europe cruise

Village Sudureyri was left behind, and we went for a walk around the outskirts till it was light outdoors. This is a view back. The snow was melting, the stones were wet. Author: Capi4ca Source: capi4ca.livejournal.com Translated by: Zoozi
This is a port of Flateyri village in Iceland. We started our trip in the morning. It was cloudy. Flateyri village is not far from  Sudureyri village . We made a stopover near fish drainboards. There's Flateyri village ahead. This is a port of the village. The fish is...
This is Dynjandi Waterfall in Iceland. We came to Dynjandi waterfall from Pingeyri town. In fact, Dynjandi waterfall is the largest waterfall here. Nearby there are other waterfalls with its names. We went along that path. We were ascending higher and higher. This is a view back...
This is a continuation of the review, which yu can find here. We stopped by the Blue Bridge, in the pillar of which Kronstadt tide gauge is installed. Nearby, there’s a tide gauge booth - a device which records the water level. There is also a monument to the fishes ;) Kronstadt tide gauge...
I got in the town of Kronstadt accidentally on the day of the Navy. I met my friend, and then we took a walk through the city of Saint Petersburg and rushed to Kronstadt. There were plenty of sailors, folk festivals, and a concert on the main square. The town has an interesting location - on the...
Typically, this palace is called an architectural dominant of Strelna (municipal settlement in Petrodvortsovy District of the federal city of Saint Petersburg, Russia). After restoration, it looks gorgeous. Peter I wanted to create Russian Versailles on the Gulf of Finland, but there was a better...
I found Einstein among some pigs and bunnies! I found just about everything in the souvenir shops in  Tallinn  :) Here are some magnets. I stopped buying them a long time ago, but I still get upset whenever I hear or see someone trying to steal them.  Here's a Ferris...
We continue our tour through  Bergen (Why Do People Love Bergen? Version Number Two)! In this part you'll find the city's most famous landmarks: the old district called Nordnes, a picturesque bay called Vågen, the medieval  Bryggen  waterfront and seafood market. Let's...
Let's continue our tour of Bergen (Why Do People Love Bergen? Version Number One)!  Bergen is the second largest city in Norway (in terms of area). The medieval port quarter and the waterfront are on the UNESCO World Heritage list. What else do we know about Bergen? I know nothing. You can...
Alexandria Park in Saint Petersburg was wonderful. It is located not far from the Peterhof. It was a residence of the wife of Emperor Nicholas I, Alexandra. The park and buildings were designed by Englishmen. The territory is large enough, though it is well maintained. Everything is very...

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