zaterdag 5 november 2011
zaterdag 15 oktober 2011
Kansas City's tall building seem dwarfed by the 217 foot tower of Liberty Memorial Museum. The museum complex is designated as America's National WW1 Museum. The tower, being the focal point of the complex offers elevator rides to the top for a birdseye view of Kansas City, Missouri USA.
maandag 19 september 2011
donderdag 1 september 2011
zaterdag 30 juli 2011
dinsdag 26 juli 2011
The Hong Kong Laser Show
One of the world's largest shows, created by Australia's laservision & the Hong Kong Tourism Commission, is now a daily fixture of the harbour, as the city's skyline is transformed each evening into a dramatic nightscape alive with swaying search lights, buildings illuminated by a palette of electric colors, and lasers sweeping te sky!
maandag 27 juni 2011
zondag 26 juni 2011
Port of Barcelona, Spain.
Around 1994 I stayed in Barcelona for 6 weeks, I had a fantastic time so this postcard brings back sweet memories..... and funny memories.... let me share one with you, why not... While staying in Barcelona I was studying Spanish at a languageschool called Don Quijote. The languageschool also arranged an appartment for me where I was staying with 3 other students. One night, I was just there for 1 or 2 days, we (students and teachers) went into town at night to visit some clubs, we danced and had a great time. But at a certain point when we wanted to go home I couldn't remember my address, hahaha, so stupid of me! Luckily the teachers where there.... one of them went back with me to the languageschool and he searched in the school-administration to get my address.... I felt like such a fool! Ofcourse I found my way back home after this rescue (and with the help of the cabdriver... ;-))
Some things you never forget, I wonder of this teacher still remembers....
Thanks Sam for this moment! :-)
dinsdag 14 juni 2011
woensdag 8 juni 2011
From Lisa in Pittsburgh PA, USA I received this great nightview. It shows a view of the Cathedral of Learning on the left (it's the main building of the University of Pittsburgh) and the Heinz Chapel on the right. It's named like that since HJ Heinz donated the money to build it! Very interesting! :-)