Autumn in oslo norway

AUTUMN

#oslo #norway #autumninoslonorway

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Everyone know what is autumn or in american term is Fall season.

the season when the leaves fall from the trees

in 12 months we have four season its divided by 3 moths  per season a year

SUMMER,AUTUMN WINTER AND SPRING

Autumn runs from september 1 to november 30

Winter runs from december 1 to february 29

Spring runs fromm march 1 to may 31

Summer runs from june 1 to august 31

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Autumn is the third season of the year, coming after summer and before winter, and coinciding with the dropping of leaves from the trees as they go into a winter rest, which is why it’s also called fall. Autumn is my fave season aside from spring yes most of us like autumn 🙂 autumn is my birth season this season is meaningful to me, i try to travel and oslo and really amazing very colorful.

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Autumn in Oslo is more than rainy days. It’s also warm colours and beautiful afternoon light.The best seasons to visit Oslo and the rest of Norway are spring, summer, and winter, as u can see i am opposite to some tourist people.autumn comes with its warm colours, until the leaves fall down as another winter approaches. autumn is full of miracles and they are waiting to be discovered

 

 

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Autumn is a season after summer when the leaves fall from tress,Its also a season when the days gets shorter and colder and everything turn gray,and dark.

During the majority of autumn, nights are short. This allows to move around more often without fearing the dark. It also means that less supplies are needed to survive the darkness. The riot of colours of leaves is just the deliberation of other pigments such as the burgundy red of anthocyanins from the chlorophylls. The chemistry as always creates magic effects around us and it would be a crime to do not admire it in autumn.

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The words autumn comes from ancient etruscan root autu- and has within it cannotations of the passing of the year. It was borrowed by the neighbouring Romans and become the latin words autumnus.

 

After the roman era ,the word continued to be used as the old french word autompne (automne in modern french) or in middle englih and was later normalised the original latin, In the medieval period, there are rare examples of its use as early as the 12th century, but by the 16th century, it was in common use. the last page is based in wikipedia.

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#autumninoslo #osloautumn #jeshieurs #oslo #autumn #norway #travelinnorway #travelinoslo #autumnseason #travel #europe #fallingleaves.

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2 Days 1Night

BRUSSELS

#belgium

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2 days and 1 night means you will be enjoying 1 day and the night and the next day, and the night of the next day you will be travelling back home that’s what it means.hahaha

we was in belgium with group of friends but some of us is available only in weekend so the first night we stay in LEIGE which is far from the city of brussels, the next day is our way to go to bruseels and the story start from here.

The square where La Grand-Place, Brussels is located in is one of the major tourist destinations in the country.

 

La Grand-Place

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A Grand-Place, Brussels, also known as the Grand Place, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Belgium that was inscribed in 1998. It is located in the central square of Brussels, Belgium and surrounded by many notable structures including the Town Hall of the city, Breadhouse (where the Museum of the city of Brussels is located), and many other edifices and guildhalls.

The Grand-Place testifies in particular to the success of Brussels, a mercantile city of northern Europe that, at the height of its prosperity, rose from the terrible bombardment inflicted by the troops of Louis XIV in 1695. Destroyed in three days, the heart of the medieval city underwent a rebuilding campaign conducted under the supervision of the City Magistrate, which was spectacular not only by the speed of its implementation, but also by its ornamental wealth and architectural coherence. Today the Grand-Place remains the faithful reflection of the square destroyed by the French artillery and testifies to the symbolic intentions of the power and pride of the Brussels bourgeois who chose to restore their city to its former glory rather than rebuild in a contemporary style, a trend commonly observed elsewhere.

La Grand Place is the focal point of Brussels. It is within walking distance of most major attractions in the old town, including the Manikin Pis.

Manneken-Pis

The famous Manneken-Pis remains the emblem of the rebellious spirit of the City of Brussels. His wardrobe counts more than 900 suits.

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The name of this tiny statue simply translates to ‘Peeing boy’ — while the French version, Petit Julien, literally means ‘Little Julien’. While the statue you can see at the corner of the Rue de l’Étuv and the Rue du Chêne is a replica from the 17th century statue, the original stone version is much older.

The statue most probably started out as a public fountain, with the peeing boy as a homage to the tanners, as medieval tanners let children and street urchins pee on leather to make it more supple.

Time passed and people forgot how the statue got there in the first place, so incredible legends started to explain its origins. The most popular story states how the little peeing boy saved the capital. In this tale, Brusselswas surrounded by enemies. One day they seemingly retreated, but had really put tons of gunpowder under the city. A little boy saw the burning fuse and quickly peed on it. In another well-loved tale the peeing boy is actually a historic figure, Duke Godfrey III of Leuven. As a child, he was put in a basket in an oak tree to encourage the knights fighting in his honor. Every now and then the toddler stood up and peed on the heads of his enemies.

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It’s easy to overlook Manneken Pis between the tourist shops and waffle stands. That is if you can spot it at all from behind the many cameras and funny poses. Found at the corner between the Rue de l’Étuv and the Rue du Chêne, there are no clear explanations about why the statue stands there. Since little is known about Manneken Pis,

The Atomium

is an impressive structure on the Brussels skyline.

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The Atomium was constructed for the first post-war universal world exhibition (EXPO 58) The nine spheres represent an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times. They represent the faith one had in the power of  science and moreover in nuclear power

Check the ticket price here

http://m.atomium.be/Prices.aspx

Designed by the engineer André Waterkeyn and architects André and Jean Polak,[1] it stands 102 m (335 ft) tall. Its nine 18 m (60 ft) diameter stainless steel clad spheres are connected, so that the whole forms the shape of a unit cell of an iron crystalmagnified 165 billion times. Tubes of 3 m (10 ft) diameter connect the spheres along the 12 edges of the cube and all eight vertices to the centre. They enclose stairs, escalators and a lift (in the central, vertical tube) to allow access to the five habitable spheres, which contain exhibit halls and other public spaces. The top sphere includes a restaurant which has a panoramic view of Brussels.

In 2013, CNN named it Europe’s most bizarre building.

 #jeshieurs #brussels `3belgium #travel #blog #traveler #belgium #blog

VARKIZA RESORT

#greece #yabanakibeach

The beach Yabanaki at Varkiza is particularly child friendly with sand, shallow waters and multiple activities available such as beach sports, banana rides, water ski, wind surf, beach volley, a playground with train and a bouncy castle (open from 18:00 to 23:00 every day).

The Beach Park Yabanaki is a perfectly organized beach where visitors can feel the beat of the Greek summer just a few miles off the centre of Athens.The available water sports, such as water ski, windsurf, Tubes, Banana and Fly Fish offer a sense of adventure, while there are restaurants with Greek specialties, a pool bar and a café near the seaside.

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This year Yabanaki Beach developed a lot and became the Varkiza Resort!
Refurbished, expanded activities and offers quite a number of activities for all ages from early in the morning till late at night. Live band, party and disco, Apart the excellent sandy seafront you can enjoy sea sports like ski, windsurf, water ski e.t.c. And if after all these sports you feel hungry there is a wide variety of restaurants with tasty snacks, light lunch to complete Greek Kitchen meal take a note since u are there inside expected that the price is high. If you prefer drinking than eating you can enjoy at the bars fresh juice or excellent cocktails … For the kids there are many activities and gaming, but the adults as well can enjoy special body treatments or yoga and many many more activities.

Yabanaki beach resort is well organised and with quite good facilities. You pay to get into the resort ( €7 per person at weekends and €6 per person during the week). You can then opt to turn left for the white umbrellas at €10 per pair of loungers with umbrella,

 

There’s a bar menu too and again the food is well presented. Prices are fairly much what you would expect to pay in a moderate cafe -It’s sandy at the shore line and in the bay. Also the water does not get too deep straight away so it’s a good place for children and families.In the morning it is quite peaceful. From mid afternoon onwards this section of beach gets noisier – there is a DJ playing loud music more suited to a nightclub.

#jeshieurs #varkizaresort #yabanaki #beaches #greece #travel #blog

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Singapore

Wen u heard about singapore what the first come in your mind??

Hmmm im not 💯 % sure if USS, MERLION CLOUD FOREST, SENTOSA, or what ever it is u think.. and yes all is belong to singapore.

Singapore is a small expensive clean city..😍 yes its true .

Okey this is my story nor experience in singapore while im living there for 3years.

In my earliest 20s my first country to visit and work was singapore.. yes it was nice and small city.

Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island, Singapore. It features 28 rides, shows, and attractions in seven themed zones. It was a key component of Genting’s bid for the right to build Singapore’s second integrated resort. On 8 December 2006, the Singapore government announced that the consortium had won the bid. Construction of the theme park and the rest of the resort started on 19 April 2007.

It is the second Universal Studios theme park to open in Asia (Japan being the first), and the first in Southeast Asia. The official plans for the park were unveiled to the public when Universal Studios Singapore released a park map to the public on 20 October 2009.[1] Universal Studios Singapore has since attracted more than 2 million visitors in the 9 months from its opening.

Tips:

*Chose a weekday and non school holiday to go there.

• go there early

• Bring water

• dry and wet tissue

U can buy a ticket online or walk in counter.

1 Day ticket

Adult- 76 SGD

Child- 56 SGD

2 Day ticket (consecutive days)

Adult-145 SGD

Child- 106 SGD.


MERLION PARK

The body symbolises Singapore’s humble beginnings as a fishing village when it was called Temasek, meaning ‘sea town’ in Old Javanese.

Its head represents Singapore’s original name, Singapura, or ‘lion city’ in Malay.

Today, you can glimpse this legend at Merlion Park. Spouting water from its mouth, the Merlion statue stands tall at 8.6 metres and weighs 70 tonnes.

Day and night is worth to visit.

Fresh windy that u can relax.


SENTOSA

Sentosa is an island resort off Singapore’s southern coast, connected to the city by road, cable car, pedestrian boardwalk and monorail. By Sentosa Station, Tiger Sky Tower has panoramic views that can stretch as far as Indonesia. On the south coast, Palawan Beach is lined with food stalls and bars, and has a suspension bridge to a small offshore island. Palm-lined, crescent-shaped Tanjong Beach is more tranquil.

Sentosa Island is a man-made themed park-like recreation island just south of the Singapore city centre.

Among Singaporeans the most popular reason to go to Sentosa is to hit the beaches: Siloso, Palawan and Tanjong from west to east respectively.

How to go and How much you need to pay?

Basic admission to the island will set you back at least $2 per person which is included in the transportation fares from the mainland to Sentosa.

#singapore #merlion #lioncity #travel #sentosa #uss #singapora

#xoxo