Continuation from here >>53463405
At best this thread goes on, at worst it dies might as well try
>tfw there were no tourists at an ancient greek site, only a small archeology squad
Pic is the house of La Boétie, famous French writter and poet (at least famous in France), he was born here in 1530
Parked up on a country road in the middle of nowhere just took this lmao
>the turkish jew
what an odd raclette, are you a hipster?
It's actually the original way to do it
The metal heats and make the cheese melt, then you scrap with your knife into your plate (raclette comes from "racler" meaning "to scrape")
Random ruins on the hill at the back
Posting midsummer aswell.
Not midnight obviously, spent the night on the mountain though.
yeah, it looks more funky than the regular dishlike ones
also, 8/10 meat selection
Sarlat, same place as here >>53469561
Yeah it does (the pic I posted on OP was taken from the air)
this is where turkish star wars was filmed
awesome, do you know how to pilot it?
The "regular" one is more convenient if you are like 6-8 people to eat, and want to have different kind of cheese
Yb.h it was the first time I ate it like that
I think I could but with a shit landing
I've had several hours with my uncle (the one piloting here) but nothing official
That pic of Turkish Star Wars looks neat btw where was it exactly ?
Have some foie gras greatest ally, it's halal
That's where our President lives.
I wasn't able to make a better picture because people with heavy weapons prevented me to come closer.
Taken with luck for some reason it didn't move as I came closer
>That pic of Turkish Star Wars looks neat btw where was it exactly ?
In Cappadocia, specifically about a 30min walk out of Göreme
some funny formations as well
2/3 The central station in Gdynia. Not very tourist friendly as it was hard to understand how you bought a ticket to Gdansk.
The main street in Gdansk. The trip from Karlskrona - Gdynia (and back) cost as much as two movie tickets..
Yeah Cappadocia is known for its weird rocks (including those carved as houses)
Beautiful colors, was it in italy ?
And that one ? (yeah not in Italy I guess but where)
Pic is vanilla drying in Réunion
North Cascades somewhere. This one is Maple Pass in the North Cascades.
Btw am I the only one havong trouble with captchas ? Not to solve them (that's not new) but it keeps telling me I've mistyped it for no reason
No, just homogay.
Get you a coca-tea Feelipines.
I've seen this pic already
I've been experiencing this, but with legacy captcha for some time
I think it's some sort of a method to slow down your posting, so you wouldn't spam as much.
Eh, might just be a shitty code...
>was it in italy ?
Yes it's Castelluccio di norcia,Umbria
I guess he meant the site is ancient, not that it was constructed during the period known as "Ancient Greece"
Are there Greek/Roman remains in Slovenia ? I guess so but I don't know any
Pretty I wish we'd still build like this
there are a few remains, but not any amphiteaters or shit like that, it's mostly cemetaries or excavated stuff (smallish settlements and thermal bath houses)
There is the 2000 year old wall of Emona in the capital, although it's been renewed since then.
It's neat though, because it's been incorporated into the "cultural sphere of the city" or however you'd put it, so people use it to hang out at the top or practice climbing.
More of the street, with the royal palace seen at the end.
Haha, likewise. France has so many examples of truly grandiose architecture, and I wish some of it would have spread here.
I know where dis be, why did you wander that far from the centre?
Also did you take these with a disposable camera? they look very nice.
I don't even know why this road was built the way it was.
Last summer I was in Detroit just as they started tearing up the main avenue in town so that they could build this light rail project that's been in the works for years. Turns out, the rails for the old tram network that shut down sixty years ago had just been paved over, so they had to dig all that up as they did their work.
And there's a big medieval warfare museum inside the castle
I think mustangs are imported by somebody here because I've seen quite a few, you can also see rarer murrigan cars from time to time.
Running on the beach in Biarritz at night
The finely preserved Moorish castle of Sohail in Fuengirola, Spain.
And on its walls, what I can only assume is some finely preserved Moorish graffiti.
Close up of the rocks, they are a former lava flow and are shiny as fuck