Leaving from Berlin, again by train, we travelled to Prague in the Czech Republic, which was a much more pleasant train journey than from Gdansk to Berlin, but I guess you come to expect that from the German’s, they’re pretty damn good at that sort of thing.
We weren’t planning on making this into a thing, but after these train journeys and what not, we were super lazy when it came to finding our way to our accomodation via public transport so into a taxi we went!
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Ok, first off, I must apologise. I think it’s been like two months since I last uploaded a blog post, but that’s not without reason. I was on holiday for a couple of weeks, and then had a few more trips when I came back, and have just generally been absolutely swamped. Not to mention the fact that I can no longer upgrade my media storage space on here, so have had to upload images to Flickr and then post the links in here.
Anyway, let’s get to it…
There is absolutely no way that I am leaving it until mid-September to go away on holiday, I have never ever looked forward to a holiday so much in my life, long awaited indeed.
Much like our trip to Italy last year, we started off by booking flights (we booked these at the start of the year which made the wait until September even worse!), and to try and make things a little cheaper, we decided to try work some route out using direct flights to and from Aberdeen.
Wizz Air started doing direct flights to Gdansk and Warsaw earlier this year, and I had visited friends in Poland last year, and Emma wasn’t able to make it, so we figured that was a good enough place to start!
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Rather than making one really loooooong post about my time in New York City, day 4 and onwards of our trip can be found right here!
If you have ended up here and not already read part one, then click here.
Day 4 –
I was really looking forward to what we had planned today, as we were going to check out the site of One World Trade Centre, as well as hopefully taking a wander across the Brooklyn Bridge.
But, like the past couple of days, the morning had to be started off with some pancakes!
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Back in April of this year, I went with my family to New York City, and for whatever reason, I never ever got round to writing a blog post about our trip, so 6 months later, here it is!
I’ve spent the last week or so re-editing all the images from the trip, I wasn’t massively impressed with a lot of them to be quite fair. There was a lot of haze and harsh sunlight in some of the shots, but I’m more happy with the images now I’ve had a chance to re-edit them. Really looking forward to going back to NYC though now that I have my new camera, forever wanting to shoot everything I done before with my D750.
Anyway, let’s get to it!
The first part of our trip to New York City begins in Aberdeen.
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Following our trip to Pompeii via Naples, we headed back to Rome late in the evening, and had an “early night”, if you can call midnight early? Ultimately we were heading to Florence, or Firenze (I’m down with the Italian language now), but we knew Pisa was relatively close, so we decided to catch a train to Pisa first, and stay there for a night.
The train system in Italy, Trenitalia, is pretty great – super efficient, quick, reasonably priced, and easy to get tickets. The UK need to take a leaf out these guys book. So if you’re looking to travel within Italy, I definitely recommend using them, we never experienced any bad journeys or issues with them.
We had made sure we’d screens hotted directions from the train station to our hotel this time around, so arriving in Pisa, we headed to the Grand Hotel Duomo, definitely one of the nicest hotels we stayed in, probably due to the fact that the rooftop bar had an amazing view of the Leaning Tower, Cathedral and Baptistry.
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