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Mis paseos por Bilbao - Parte III: Mis lugares favoritos. My Bilbao Walks - Part III. [ES/EN]

[ES] En la primera parte de “Mis Paseos por Bilbao” he escrito un poco sobre la historia de Bilbao. Os mostré el Casco Viejo y la zona alrededor del Museo Guggenheim. El segundo artículo describió dos monumentos de técnica – el Funicular de Artxanda y el Puente de Vizcaya. En la tercera y final parte, os voy a llevar a unos otros lugares de Bilbao.

Mis paseos por Bilbao - Parte II: Artxanda y Portugalete. My Bilbao Walks - Part II. [ES/EN]

[ES] En la primera parte de “Mis Paseos por Bilbao” he escrito un poco sobre la historia de Bilbao. Os mostré el Casco Viejo y la zona alrededor del Museo Guggenheim. En este artículo vamos a ver dos monumentos históricos también. Sin embargo, están relacionados con avances técnicos. [EN] In the first part of "My Bilbao Walks" I have written a bit

Mis paseos por Bilbao - Part I. Casco Viejo y el Museo Guggenheim. My Bilbao Walks - Part I [ES/EN]

[ES] Si lee mi blog, sabe que camino mucho en las montañas. He escrito cuatro artículos en español sobre mis excursiones. Hoy tengo una sorpresa – en lugar de montañas, vamos a explorar una ciudad. Lea de mi paseos por Bilbao. [EN] If you read my blog, you will know that I hike a lot. Most of my articles are about my mountain trips. This one is a s

Detroit - Rebirth of a Fallen City

I have been to Detroit, Michigan many times over the past 12 years.. My relationship with the city can be described as 'hate-love' one. Join me in exploring Detroit - Rebirth of a Fallen City. Wayne County Hall It Shocks Me My first visit was in 2008. I had joined an international company and had to go the HQ for a "kick-off" of a new fiscal year (

A November weekend in Bucharest, Romania or how "before destruction the heart of man is proud"

I spent a November weekend in Bucharest, Romania in 2018. Not enough to really get to know the city. Therefore, in this post I am sharing bits and glimpses. The city is interesting and worth exploring further.  An Empty Palace The wise king Solomon says in the Bible: "Before destruction the heart of man is proud"Proverbs 18:12 It is a general tru

Stories and Legends from Kraków, Poland's Former Capital City

Kraków used to be the seat of Poland's kings. It is a city rich in history. Therefore, important events took place there and important people lived in the city. There are also numerous not-so-historical stories and legends. A friend of mine, who runs BudgetBucketList blog has asked me to write some stories and legends from Kraków. As an history-fre

Magic Kraków on a Gloomy December Day

[ENG / POL] December Sunday afternoon, bleak and gloomy, cold and humid - perfect day for staying at home? Not for me. I wento to Kraków and had a very pleasant stroll in the Old Town. This post will be more pictures than words, so sit down and enjoy magic Kraków on a gloomy December day. Pochmurne, niedzielne popołudnie w grudniu, zimno i wilgotno

Impressions of Tokyo - Part II

Last year I worked in the Tokyo office of my company. I spent there two weeks. I am a curious person, therefore I didn't waste my time after work on sipping sake. Every evening I would venture into the city. Well, two exceptions. I did sip some sake with my Japanese colleagues. And on my last day I went to bed early. Here is a loose collection of m

Impressions of Tokyo - Part I

Last year I worked in the Tokyo office of my company. I spent there two weeks. I am a curious person, therefore I didn't waste my time after work on sipping sake. Every evening I would venture into the city. Well, two exceptions. I did sip some sake with my Japanese colleagues. And on my last day I went to bed early. Here is a loose collection of m

Trieste - a Hidden Gem on the Adriatic

I will take you on a journey to Trieste - a hidden gem on the Adriatic. Trieste, Italy used to be a city-state on its own. It also used to be the base of the Austrian navy. Well, if you wonder how come that a landlocked country had a naval base and are curious about a city that was a state, read on. A city-state that everyone coveted Trieste (the

Roman Ruins in Caesarea, Israel

Never seen Roman ruins? Visit Caesarea! Caesarea is located on the Israeli coast of the Mediterranean, north of Tel Aviv. Now ruins, it once was a splendid, classical Roman city. You may think how come Roman ruins near Tel Aviv? Read on to learn a fascinating history of the place. This is my very first post on TravelFeed, so let me first introduce