Tranvia de San Sebastian: bus number 158 (Pegaso Monotral 6035). Note that the front face has been modified, and the grille is the model used in the Pegaso 6038. (Image scanned from an original paper). Tranvía de San Sebastián: autobús número 158 (Pegaso Monotral 6035). Obsérvese que el frontal ha sido modificado, y que la calandra corresponde al modelo usado en los Pegaso 6038. (Foto escaneada de un original de papel).
In early August 2015, I left my hometown of Sofia with the idea to visit Iceland. I didn’t take a flight nor did I take the ferry – I took the public transport to the ring road of the city and there, at the last stop of bus number 54, my journey started. I hitchhiked through whole Europe and upon my arrival in the UK took the plane to the dream destination which this island was supposed to be.
Seurasaari Open-Air Museum, The Seurasaari museum is on an island a few kilometers outside the centre of Helsinki. It is easily reached by the bus number 24, and the route is quite scenic. In addition to being a museum, the island is a popular place to go for a walk or a run. The squirrels and birds on the island are quite tame. During the summer there are often handicraft demonstrations. Remember to visit the Iron age village in Pukkisaari off Seurasaari bridge.