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Discussion in 'Food & Travel' started by Hrvat, May 31, 2005.
Our living room:
I thought the Japanese garden there was amazing!!!!
I'll have to check that out if I'm ever up there. That looks awesome.
And a few 360° views of the city :
The Roemer, City hall of Frankfurt am Main:
The Roemberberg is also the place where our soccer heros are celebrated:
And this is what you drink in Frankfurt:
To mix my language and cultural references, Takuma Tono is a jian, no doubt.
Yeah i took this photo from a wharf on new years eve
Some images of Melbourne, in no particular order of aesthetics or of importance...
Crown Entertainment Centre
Flinders Street Station
The view of the city's Southbank section from atop its highest building, and that of the whole southern hemisphere, the Rialto Towers and the observation deck there
And the Rialto itself, overlooking the Yarra River
And a few of the sporting/concert venues that make Melbourne a very special sporting city...
The Melbourne Cricket Ground (otherwise known as the MCG)
Rod Laver Arena (with Vodafone Arena within the Olympic Park complex nearby the MCG)
The grandstand at Flemington Racecourse (where the Melbourne Cup is annually run)
And for where I currently reside: (Back home for a month)
The Jupiter Lighthouse
Probably the Königsallee, Europe's most expensive shopping mile.
Or the "Neuer Zollhof"
Or the local parliament:
I think the Königsallee is the most famous.
Easily the two most recognizable landmarks...
Didn't you forget something ?
Symbol of the place where I was born:
Symbol of the place I live now:
Sorry, that belongs to us. Lady Liberty is a Jersey Girl
Sha la la la la la la.....
She only plays there but her helmet looks like this:
the symbol of my city... is me!
that's my bud gnafron on the right!
kansas city barbeque!
the country club plaza lit up during the holiday season
kc isn't known as the city of fountains for nothing
That place is awesome