Mural in Reykjavik, Iceland.

Another super-duper ‘awesome’ mural I saw during my 6 day trip to Reykjavik, Iceland… on Laugavegur Street in the City Centre. In addition to good food & a good craft beer scene, Reykjavik has numerous murals!

Inside of the Hallgrimskirkja…

By all means, the Hallgrimskirkja Church/Cathedral is a landmark worth seeing if you’re visiting Reykjavik, Iceland (whether for a long visit or a short visit). It was completed in 1986 (year before my birth), but took 41 years to build and was designed by architect(s), Gudjon Samuelsson and was designed in the “Expressionist” architecture and designed in a way to resemble the basalt lava flows of some of Iceland’s landscapes. It’s a Lutheran Church…

Murals of the World.

A mural I saw inside of a parking garage in Reykjavik, Iceland… across the street from the Harpa Centre Building (an iconic building in Reykjavik worth seeing).

Baejarins Beztu Pylsur

An Icelandic hot dog (street food) I got at this locally famous stand called “Baejarins Beztu Pylsur” one night during my stay in Reykjavik last month. An Icelandic hot dog usually includes sweet mustard, ketchup, remoulade, deep-fried onions, dried shallots, typical hot dog bun, and lamb sausages soaked in hot dog water or beer (or Pylsur sausages or a beer & pork frankfurter).

Belfort, France

From my March, 2013 trip to France… A view of the City of Belfort, from the top of the Fortified Walls of Belfort (also where the Lion of Belfort statue sits), from a different angle… definitely a “must-see” attraction for any visitor.

Light Rail Train In Zurich, Switzerland

A picture I took of a light rail train in Zurich, Switzerland in March of 2013… on a separate trip to Europe to visit relatives. This picture was taken near Zurich Hauptbahnhof (Zurich’s main train station, and one of the world’s busiest).