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Aruba Revisted Pt. 2

This post is a continuation of Aruba Revisted Pt. 1 which was posted earlier today. During our honeymoon we stayed at the Tara Beach Suites in Buciti Beach resort, which is situated on the exquisite Eagle Beach. I can almost…

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Friday, 17th March 2006

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Just north-west of the Sydney Opera House stands the mighty Sydney Harbour Bridge, Not only is it the world’s largest single-arch bridge, but it’s also the widest long-span bridge in the world (although not the longest, as millions of Australian…

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Wednesday, 8th March 2006

77 Water Street Biplane

Crazy, but there appears to be a biplane, complete with runway, on the roof of 77 Water Street, NY. So what’s it doing there? NYC Architecture says that it’s a a full-size model of a WWI Sopwith Camel, designed by…

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Tuesday, 31st January 2006

The Dames Point Bridge

It’s been a while since we had a good bridge shadow, so here is the Napoleon Bonaparte Broward bridge – more commonly known as the Dames Point bridge, in Jacksonville, Florida. Opened in 1989, the 2 mile long bridge is…

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Tuesday, 10th January 2006

Roquefavour Aqueduct

This is the absolutely stunning Roquefavour aqueduct, which carries water from the Durance over this valley in France. Built between 1841 and 1847, this incredible stone structure is a massive 83 metres tall. There’s lots more stats and a good…

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Thursday, 8th December 2005

The Oberbaum Bridge

Just to the south of the East Side Gallery, is the really cool looking Oberbaumbrücke, or Oberbaum Bridge, which at the time this photo was taken, seems to have two bright yellow metro trains crossing it. In fact, there’s also…

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Wednesday, 9th November 2005

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