Friday, 15 March 2013

UK 2010 vol.1

 'The London Eye is 135 meters high which means it was the world's tallest observation wheel when built in 1999. It has 32 capsules and carries around 10,000 visitors every day. The London Eye has become the most popular paid for UK visitor attraction, visited by over 3.5 million people a year. While traveling in complete safety you can see up to 40 kilometers away in all directions from each capsule.'

Dear London,
I miss You sooo much. It's been a long time since I've experienced Your hospitality, 
but I still remember Your beauty. How is it possible that You contain fine art,
a lot of quaint people, parks, skyscrapers and... the court? 
I feel that I could explore You night and day for years 
and You would still surprise me. 
That's  what makes You so special.
Miss You...

Dear Visitors,
If You are reading this right now please- leave a comment or simply like/ tweet this post.
It will be the sign, that I'm not doing all that stuff in vain and somebody appreciates me;)

Like our fanpage on fb, it would mean so much to us (me and ginger Naya)
And besides- did You know, that the acronym PS stands for about 231 different things? My favourite are: Pleasing Sex (;>), Peanut Shell, Painted Steel, Pokémon Stadium and Patti Smith.
PS- Please See our new site- Listen... and tell us, what You think about it. 
PS- pliss- if You have anything interesting to say or want to recommend a place 2 visit- necessarily contact me- 
Hugs & kisses

Saturday, 9 March 2013

(No) winter nostalgia

 Every autumn I think that I have to face three or more cold months. It's not a nice perspective. 
To be honest with You, I have to say that now- when the winter is past, I'm feeling a kind of winter nostalgia.
Those 'three or more cold months' weren't at all as bad as I thougt. In fact they were marvellous!
Christmas, skiing, sledging, winter fashion... I MISS YOU

What about You? Did You enjoy the winter this year?
More photos on our fanpage

You can also visit the thematic sections on our blog:
'Places to visit'

Friday, 1 March 2013

Recycled reality

It's nice to visit the places which You know well, 
but sometimes the change is also welcomed.
An example? A few weeks ago I have visited a place where everthing 
(except for food of course) comes from recycling. It's really amazing. 
But be careful! The tables are moving (they have wheels)...
It may sound stupid, but because of this, 
I've almost fallen down from the sofa. <idiot>
The menu is sticked on the cards of books- You can not only 
order something but also have a nice lecture.
A brilliant idea, right? Welcome to finka.

Do You know this place? If so, leave a comment.

Well, likes and tweets would be also welcomed;)
(10 likes/tweets=a new recipe in our cookbook)