Ooh, a transparent tent!Jerusalem can learn from Lisbon on this.
We always have an ice skating rink in downtown Phoenix every year but, they manage to keep it frozen without the tent. I bet it takes quite a lot of electricity to do that.
That must be a very cool tent then! :DMersadMersad Donko Photography
I'm fascinated that people in warmer climates want to skate. :))
Our city fathers closed down our ice rink for a couple of years, but it's back now, and right downtown. But no tent. And it was 81 degrees two days ago. The kids love it. I'll bet they love this rink, too!.
That would be great!
It's too cold here to enjoy skating for long today! It was never too cold when I was a kid - too much fun that would have been missed.
What a great idea!! This is terrific and a perfect way to enjoy skating and enjoy seeing your blue, blue skies at the same time!! Wonderful capture for the day as always, Jose!! Hope your new year is off to a great start!! Enjoy!
I saw a few girls ice skating on a frozen lake today. It looked fun and quite difficult.
I was fascinated by the pedestrian crossing lights in this square!
That's certainly different!We have no shortage of outdoor rinks here, both by design and just more simple ones put together by neighbourhoods.
That would be fun!
We had a pop-up ice-rink in Perth last winter and it was a lot of fun. So I think the ice-rink in a tent would be great too.
Looks like a lot of fun (although I'm terrible at skating)
Our lake is frozen over and perfect for skating!
I hadn't expect that in Portugal!
Who'd have thunk? ;-)
I like ice skating, also in a tent...
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