Manarola is a small town, a frazione of the comune of Riomaggiore, in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy. It is the second-smallest of the famous Cinque Terre towns frequented by tourists, with a population of 353.
▼▼Video Timeline Links▼▼ 0:00 – Drone Intro 1:19 – Walk begins 2:59 – Piazzale Papa Innocenzo IV 6:18 – Manarola Water Wheel 8:46 – Tunnel to train station 9:03 – Piazza Dario Capellini 12:01 – the Marina 17:19 – walk out to scenic lookout 21:53 – Scenic lookout 23:59 – Cliff trail out 26:47 – Cliff trail back 29:02 – Scenic lookout 32:44 – Manarola Cemetery 33:19 – Walk back towards town 36:14 – Walk through the residential district 39:40 – Scenic viewpoint 44:50 – Main street 48:36 – Church of San Lorenzo
The City of London is widely referred to simply as the City (differentiated from the phrase “the city of London” by capitalising City) and is also colloquially known as the Square Mile, as it is 1.12 sq mi (716.80 acres; 2.90 km2) in area. Both of these terms are also often used as metonyms for the United Kingdom’s trading and financial services industries, which continue a notable history of being largely based in the City. The name London is now ordinarily used for a far wider area than just the City. London most often denotes the sprawling London metropolis, or the 32 London boroughs, in addition to the City of London itself. This wider usage of London is documented as far back as 1888, when the County of London was created.
Lübeck is a northern German city distinguished by Brick Gothic architecture, which dates to its time as the medieval capital of the Hanseatic League, a powerful trading confederation. Its symbol is the Holstentor, a red-brick city gate that defended the river-bounded Altstadt (old town). Rebuilt following WW II, the Marienkirche is a 13th–14th-century landmark that widely influenced Northern European church design.
Timeline: 0:00 Lübeck Hauptbahnhof 1:00 Bus station (ZOB) 3:00 Hansestraße / Lindenplatz 5:15 Puppenbrücke 8:00 Holstentor 12:00 Western City Center 16:00 Breite Straße 17:00 Markt 19:00 Breite Straße / Marienkirche 21:15 Fischstraße / Breite Straße 27:00 Beckergrube 33:00 Along the Trave River 40:00 Back to the City Center 43:00 St. Jakobi Kirche 45:00 Towards the Northern Old Town 48:00 Burgtor
Disney California Adventure recently reopened its park to public after several months of closure. However, only Buena Vista Street and portion of Hollywood Land were opened. Disneyland Park and Resort remain closed. Downtown Disney District, which reopened last summer, has turned magical with its Christmas holiday decorations. Entrance to Downtown Disney requires temperature and security check so expect long queuing line. Admission to California is free but through waitlist, only pay $10 for parking.
The High Line is a 1.45-mile-long elevated linear park, greenway and rail trail created on a former New York Central Railroad spur on the west side of Manhattan in New York City. The High Line’s design is a collaboration between James Corner Field Operations, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, and Piet Oudolf.
Canary Wharf is the secondary central business district of London on the Isle of Dogs. Along with the City of London, it is one of the main financial centres of the United Kingdom and the world, containing many of their tallest buildings, including the third-tallest in the UK, One Canada Square.
The Noto Peninsula is a peninsula that projects north into the Sea of Japan from the coast of Ishikawa Prefecture in central Honshū, the main island of Japan. The main industries of the peninsula are agriculture, fisheries, and tourism.
Cinque Terre, meaning “Five Lands” consists of five coastal towns along the northwestern coast of Italy. Riomaggiore is the southern most town and is considered to be the starting point for hikers walking along the Via dell’Amore, a trail that joins all five villages. This walk was filmed on August 4th, 2020.
We recorded this 4k ultra hd video during our trip to Malaga, Spain on July 2020.
Malaga city is a Mediterranean seaport on the Costa del Sol in the Andalusia region of southern Spain. With a population of 571,026 in 2018, it is the second-most populous city in Andalusia after Seville and the sixth most populous in Spain. This birthplace of Picasso and Antonio Banderas is also famous for rich architectural history, Mediterranean cuisine, local wines and sandy beaches. Our guided walking tour is about 4.66 miles (7.5 km) long, starts at La Malagueta Bullring, ends at Málaga Harbor and covers most attractions and historic sites of Malaga.