Shanghai. As the author states, this is only an introductory tour of Shanghai's urban streets. JT Singh "glances around corners, weaves through crowds, and with a barely perceptible pause here or an impulsive turn there, stumbles into the unhinged entropy that flows through the hidden alleys, accidental views, and captivating scenes embedded in the city’s vibrant street life." Do take a peek yourself.
People call it 'Walkie-Talkie' due to its resemblance to some of these devices. It's located on 20 Fenchurch Street and has recently been known by melting a business man's jag. It was due to it's curved architecture design. Apart from this it's has probably the highest based garden in London. If you fancy your dinner to be served with a complimentary unparalleled view then you're in the right place.
Like usually on Saturdays, especially those sunny ones, Portobello Market was bustling with people, salesman and artists. Right after getting off at Notting Hill underground station you're bound to, at some point, join the crowd flowing to Portobello Road. It seems that it were mostly tourists paying a visit though the market is not only a tourist destination. When you're on the spot you will most likely notice style savvy sellers building their rapport quickly and efficiently, getting to know you and starting a small chit chat.
It's 'tall as hell' with nothing higher in the entire European Union. It has two lifts - first taking you to the 33th floor and the second one going straight to the 68th. You can also use the stairs to get to 72nd level if you want. By doing this you'll reach the highest point (244.3 meters) available to regular visitors. The building, in total, has 306 m (1004 feet) overall but believe me that 244.3 meters also makes a huge impression. Oh.. I'm talking about The Shard of course.
Samuel Johnson, a poet, essayist, moralist, literary critic, biographer, editor and lexicographe once said "When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford". There is something magical about the capital of Great Britain. I have not met anyone who would be indifferent to it. Some hate it, some love it and are counting days till the next trip or moving their life to London. The multitude of cultures, entertainment, events, career opportunities, styles etc. surrounded by tons and tons of people rushing is one of a kind experience.
Radom is 1,5 hour drive from Warsaw and on route to Rzeszów. Below you can find few shots from the city that is known by all Poles. It's the place where the famous Fabryka Broni (en. Weapon Factory) Łucznik is located and gives employment to many local inhabitants. It produces for Poland's Army, Ministry of Internal Affairs as well as for export and civil market.