Category Archives: old 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

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/

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

L is for Locorotondo

Locorotondo is a picturesque town on a hilltop in Puglia, Italy.  Quite a dazzling sight against a bright blue summer sky: The historic part of the town is circular (the name is a clue!), and this part is a maze

L is for Locorotondo

Locorotondo is a picturesque town on a hilltop in Puglia, Italy.  Quite a dazzling sight against a bright blue summer sky: The historic part of the town is circular (the name is a clue!), and this part is a maze

K is for Kronstadt

For K, I’m going out on a limb, and heading for Kronstadt, which is the old name for a city in Romania. Kronstadt is the German name (meaning Crown City – the coat of arms of the city is a

K is for Kronstadt

For K, I’m going out on a limb, and heading for Kronstadt, which is the old name for a city in Romania. Kronstadt is the German name (meaning Crown City – the coat of arms of the city is a

H is for Havana

H just has to be Havana…here are just a few images from this iconic place

H is for Havana

H just has to be Havana…here are just a few images from this iconic place