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Historic Ghent, all day and all of the night

It’s not difficult to see why Ghent has a reputation as a top destination. It’s chock full of beautiful medieval buildings, relaxed squares, excellent restaurants, good museums and several dozen bars stocking hundreds and hundreds of different Belgian beers. 679 more words


Rotterdam's Market Hall

Rotterdam was pretty much leveled during World War Two, and has been under reconstruction ever since.  Now, it is considered one of the most architecturally diverse and interesting cities in Europe, if not the world.   152 more words


First impressions of Budapest

Right opposite from Elite Apartments there is a nice French-looking bakery, called A Table, where we had breakfast on the first day: a cappuccino and a latte macchiato and two fresh croissants for something like 8e (all together). 809 more words

Budapest To Istanbul

Rotterdam: an architectural short trip

Some of you might have experienced travelling through different cities to push down the budget. For example, in my case, I travelled with a group of friends to Amsterdam from Madrid. 458 more words


Under the rain, in front of the Old Market Hall in Helsinki

Last week we had an exceptionally rainy day in Helsinki. I had a photo shooting job near the Old Market Hall, a job which I had to do though the timing was far from perfect. 21 more words


Discover the specialities of Italy within the Italian Days in Budapest!

Made in Italy  is on its way … served in Hungary!

There you go .. a huge slice of Italy at your fingertips on the Italian Days  at the Central Market Hall!  211 more words

Loafers' Corner.

The Merthyr Times dated 1895 appeared most concerned with what the reporter referred to as ‘loafers’.

The report condemned the practice of people standing idly on street corners, in this instance it was the Market Hall corner, and from this vantage point they could ‘scrutinise passers by from head to foot’. 47 more words

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