Iceland - day 10

Day 10 started with Akureyri - the Capital of North Iceland. Lovely city in a very picturesque location.

More photos from the road number 1.

Glaumbaer (Glaumbær) - an open-air museum of traditional Icelandic turf houses. Such architecture provided insulation in harsh weather conditions and was also a solution to insufficient amount of wood available. I think that from all sites of this type, this was one the best. The biggest and also very well preserved. If you want to see the buildings from inside there is a need to buy a ticket.

Few more shots from the road. :)

Germany 2017, day 4

On the 4th day we spent a few hours in the capital of Bavaria, Munich. According to Wikipedia it is the third largest city in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg and 12th largest city in EU (population of 1.5 million). We didn't have superb weather conditions, but other than that it's a beautiful city.

Slovenia - part 5 - Piran and Bled at night

Last part of photos from my trip to Slovenia. :) Piran is a lovely city on the shore of Adriatic sea with it's architecture very much different from the one in Bled area. I strongly advise you to visit the Slovenian shore and explore it.

See also: part 1 , part 2 , part 3 and part 4.

And here's Bled again, night time.

Adrspach-Teplice Rocks

This autumn (yes, it's still 2015) I was for the second time in so called Rock City (polish Skalne Miasto) in Czech Republic. It was a lovely hike on a warm, mostly sunny day, ended with a fried cheese and 2 hour ride back home. I was there for the first time in 2012, but photos still wait for some form of inspiration.

Sweden - part 2 - Marstrand and its vicinity

Second part from my trip to Sweden. Fourth day started with a trip to Lacko Castle, nice building but not very much to see when it comes to interior. Although placed in a lovely location.

In the afternoon we went to see little town called Marstrand with 17th century fortress. It's definitely worth visiting. We haven't been inside the fortress due to lack of time, but from it's vicinity there's a stunning view.

On our way back from Marstrand we stopped on a parking where we saw a lot of old cars. "Raggare" is what you want to google if you want to read about Swedes love to vintage American cars.