What’s on in Bristol this Christmas

It is beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Bristol

The singing reindeer in Broadmead #Bristol Christmas shopping
Singing reindeer in Broadmead

It is almost the end of November and like it or not that means Christmas has arrived in Bristol. Personally I think the shopping centres are looking particularly festive this year and I thought I would go for a stroll with my camera, have a gingerbread latte and share a few photos and two competitions. Continue reading “What’s on in Bristol this Christmas”

Arnos vale cemetery, a walk to remember

Arnos vale a ghostly walk for Halloween

An Angel aat #Arno's vale cemetery

This is a Halloween special. A walk through Arnos vale the largest cemetery in Bristol. There are over 45,000 graves and monuments spread over 45 acres and over 300,000 people are remembered here. Continue reading “Arnos vale cemetery, a walk to remember”

Top Cash Back Halloween competition

The 2019 topcashback trick or trick competition has started.

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It is that time of year again when we see skeletons and witches everywhere and we have to stock up with candy and pumpkins. If you want a free pumpkin or a chance to win some cash read on ….

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Impressions of St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg which was founded by Peter the great was capital of the Russian Empire for almost two hundred years

The beautiful ceilings of the Hermitage
Inside the Hermitage

My first surprise when I started to read more about St. Petersburg was how recently it was founded. When Peter the great, chose the estuary of the river Neva  in 1703  for his capital there was only a small settlement with a few Swedish traders and soldiers. Continue reading “Impressions of St. Petersburg”