Ramyeon cooking, Hangang River One of the must-dos at Hangang River - buy and cook your favourite ramyeon at the convenience store. And, enjoy it along the riverbank. Beside ramyeon, you can also buy teokbokki, dumplings, fried chicken and beer..(To-do list checked 😋)
Hangang River, Seoul Spent a fun Sunday afternoon here by doing what the locals do.. 1.Cycling along the riverbank 2.Cooking and eating ramyeon 3.Camping and picnic 4.Water wading There are many recreational activities taking place along the riverbank and parks - water sports, river cruises, karaoke, painting, skateboarding, etc
Wawel Catheral and Royal Castle, Krakow 1.Wawel Catheral has been the most important temple in Poland for over 1000 years. It is where the crowning ceremonies of the Polish Kings. 2 Castle on the Wawel Hill had been the residence of Polish monarchs, ever since the first historic ruler of Poland. 3.Wawel Dragonis a famous dragon in Polish folklore. His lair was in a cave at the foot of Wawel Hill.
Auschwitz-Birkenau Death Camps, Krakow Auschwitz camp was a complex of over 40 concentration and exterminatiion camps built and operated by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland during World War II and the Holocaust. Death train (aka Holocaust train) in Birkenau used to transport Jews to Nazi concentration and extermination camps.
Centennial Hall, Wroclaw Listed as Unesco World Heritage site.The Hall is a multipurpose recreational building that is a landmark in the history of reinforced concrete architecture. It had the largest dome of the world of its time. (50% larger than the size of Patheon) The main hall is surrounded by 4 Dome Pavillion and corridors, it can fit 10000 people.
Ostrow Tumski, Wroclaw Also known as Catheral Island. This is the oldest part of the city. The district's history has been closely tied to Catholicism, hence there is a concentration of religious buildings, making it a serene place to stroll and explore. At dusk, if you are lucky, you can spot a lamplighter uses a pole to ignite the 103 gas lamps in the district. Unfortunately, I did not catch sight of him 😔
Gnomes City, Wroclaw There are about 300+ gnomes inhabiting the town. They first came to the city during communism. When anti-socialists graffiti was removed from the walls, activists would paint the gnomes in their place as a symbol of disagreement The gnomes add a layer of fun to the city; hunting and taking pictures of them.👀 They are charming and cute and each represents a part of the city's daily life or history.
Wroclaw, Poland European Capital of Culture in 2016. Wroclaw is an off-the-beaten-track Polish city (worth visiting) filled with stunning rich Baroque to Renaisasance and pastel-coloured architecture. It was influenced and ruled by Bohemia, Hungary, Austria, Prussia, Germany and eventually, Poland. The Gothic Town Hall dated back to 13th century. The town has a great mixed of quaint cafes, traditional polish restaurants, street art graphics and charming performers at dusk.
Harbor Crane, Gdansk The crane was built in 1444, which make it Europe oldest crane - testament to Gdansk historic relationship with the sea. When you are inside, you can see the manual operations of the wooden components, wheels, ropes and people involvement to operate the crane
Gdansk, Poland A port city on the baltic coast of North Poland. 1.Long street known as "Dluga" is where one see the bulk of main town architectural sights, food, shops and photo shots. Gdansk is also known as Amber City; dont leave without getting one! 2.Neptune Fountain - 17th century bronze statue of the Sea God 3.Green Gate located between Long Market and the River Motlawa. Today, it houses the National Museum 4.Banks of the Motlawa River - great place to chill and have a cuppa at the floating cafe. 5.And, end with a Water Taxi ride...