Category Archives: Architecture

T is for Talinn

Wondering what to post for T…. then I recalled a few images from Tallinn. An incredibly touristy place, I imagine you need to go very off-season… Anyway, I took a few images with the crowds in, then I decided to

T is for Talinn

Wondering what to post for T…. then I recalled a few images from Tallinn. An incredibly touristy place, I imagine you need to go very off-season… Anyway, I took a few images with the crowds in, then I decided to

S is for Santiago de Cuba

I drove 600 miles across Cuba about a decade and a half ago..from Havana and finishing in Santiago. Wish we had spent more time there, I really liked the place. The hotel was a splendid old place, and the lift

S is for Santiago de Cuba

I drove 600 miles across Cuba about a decade and a half ago..from Havana and finishing in Santiago. Wish we had spent more time there, I really liked the place. The hotel was a splendid old place, and the lift

R is for Rasnov

Rasnov is a ruined fortress in Transylvania, Romania. It was founded by the Teutonic Knights around 1225. It sits on a hilltop covered in fir trees, overlooking the town of the same name. It is in a stunning location –

R is for Rasnov

Rasnov is a ruined fortress in Transylvania, Romania. It was founded by the Teutonic Knights around 1225. It sits on a hilltop covered in fir trees, overlooking the town of the same name. It is in a stunning location –

Q is for Quedlinburg

In the early ’90s, soon after the fall of the Wall, we travelled to the former communist East Germany, now part of a unified democratic Germany. In only just over a week, we covered quite a lot of ground, and

Q is for Quedlinburg

In the early ’90s, soon after the fall of the Wall, we travelled to the former communist East Germany, now part of a unified democratic Germany. In only just over a week, we covered quite a lot of ground, and

P is for Pitigliano

Here goes for another off-the-beaten-track place, tucked in a forgotten corner of Tuscany. I first wrote about it in a post yonks ago in more detail…..Link to that at the bottom And here’s the old post: https://suejudd.com/2013/05/21/italy-less-trodden-part-1/

P is for Pitigliano

Here goes for another off-the-beaten-track place, tucked in a forgotten corner of Tuscany. I first wrote about it in a post yonks ago in more detail…..Link to that at the bottom And here’s the old post: https://suejudd.com/2013/05/21/italy-less-trodden-part-1/

O is for Oybin

For O I shall go for Oybin. Oybin is a municipality in the district Görlitz, in Saxony, Germany, located very close to the border of the Czech Republic. (Wikipedia) We went over a decade ago, travelling from Zittau to Oybin

O is for Oybin

For O I shall go for Oybin. Oybin is a municipality in the district Görlitz, in Saxony, Germany, located very close to the border of the Czech Republic. (Wikipedia) We went over a decade ago, travelling from Zittau to Oybin

N is for Nürnberg (Nuremberg)

I went a number of times in the late 80s to early 90s to visit a friend, and she introduced me to a number of places in Bavaria. Alas, I didn’t take loads of images of Nürnberg itself, and many

N is for Nürnberg (Nuremberg)

I went a number of times in the late 80s to early 90s to visit a friend, and she introduced me to a number of places in Bavaria. Alas, I didn’t take loads of images of Nürnberg itself, and many

M is for Miklosaure

Another trip into the past in rural Romania, it was like going back 200years….. Horses and carts, very few cars, manual labour in the fields. The first evening, we were entranced by the sight of the animals coming home from

M is for Miklosaure

Another trip into the past in rural Romania, it was like going back 200years….. Horses and carts, very few cars, manual labour in the fields. The first evening, we were entranced by the sight of the animals coming home from