Friday, June 10, 2016

An unflat circle

It's a city with many spirals for us to walk.
Above is the interior of the "Round Tower" which is attached to Trinity Church and was built in 1642. It's 7.5 spirals around a hollow core and the view is quite nice there is an observatory on top, one of the oldest in Europe. 

Mark climbed to the top of this church, which seems to be visible from nearly everywhere we are, including the window of our flat.
You probably can't see it, but the symbol over the door of the pharmacy is a unicorn.

And here is the staircase from the kitchen to the courtyard. We are on the 3rd floor. 

Vacationing is hard work. 

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