So apparently this guy has stuffed his dead cat and made a flying machine out of him!
The poor pet was struck by a car, so why not ensure he will be always able to fly among the birds he loved so much?
Spent last Saturday to visit the RAF Museum in London. The museum is located at the former Hendon Aerodrome - one of the most important pioneering aviation centres in United Kingdom, and it's easily reachable with the Tube (Northern Line - Colindale station). As the number of air planes displayed is quite large, it will take some time to wander trough all the hangars and see all that's featured! Don't miss the Battle of Britain hall with a display of the most important airplanes who took part into the famous duelling above the skies of South England and London.
Just came back from a brief holiday in Italy. I've spent a couple of days in Tuscany (as last year - when I went in Siena) and this time I visited San Gimignano and Firenze. I never been to the former, but I went once in Firenze when I was in the high school, and never back since. I have to say that going back armed with a reflex camera was totally another story and I enjoyed taking some nice pics of the two towns.
San Gimignano in particular was quite charming: a small medieval / pre-renaissance with protruding towers all around the place. You can clearly spot it from the highway when you are still miles away. The town is quite small and intimate, you can enjoy some fine wine in a very calm atmosphere.
There isn't much I can say about Firenze ... it's already famous and well known by everyone! Just one advice: do absolutely go and visit Piazzale Michelangelo, the best view of the city is waiting you there. Or you can also climb the Cathedral's dome, if you don't mind over 460 steps!