This square in the centre of Brussels is a World Heritage Site.
I visited this place last month. It is not the biggest square I have seen, like Tianenmen Square in Beijing or Red Square in Moscow, but it is surrounded by some beautiful buildings and some delicious waffle shops.
This mouth injury is a fake. This is not real blood. It is fake blood from a blood capsule from a joke shop.
But it is no joke. This fake injury in the last minute of an important rugby match made it possible for a substitute player to come onto the field, and this substitute was a specialist kicker who would try and kick the winning points.
Fortunately the kicker failed to kick the points, so this cheating team lost
With a series of canals running through the heart of the city Bruges is one of the most pleasant cities. It tends to get crowded with visitors, and the riverboats are usually full of sightseers, but it still retains its charm.
I was there last month and it really is a great place to visit.
This red deer stag is taking a rest in a shady spot in Richmond Park, London. This park is one of the largest urban parks in the world (it takes 2 or 3 hours to walk around the perimeter), and is home to herds of hundreds of red deer and fallow deer, which roam wild round the park.
Waddesdon Manor, in Buckinghamshire, England is a huge place which is visited by more than 350,000 people every year.
Went there myself a few days ago, a splendid building in French style, full of the most expensive objets d’art, but this kind of place always makes me wonder how so much wealth can be concentrated into one family.