“I think togetherness is a very important ingredient to family life” (Barbara Bush). This is why moments when you get to bond with the dear ones are the key to a happy family. Continue reading “5 Reasons to go on a family vacation”
We all know that Italian food rules, but you can’t put all Italian food under the same “umbrella” and simply label it as Italian food because the traditional cuisine differs very much from region to region. For example, specialities in the north contain a lot of meats and especially mince, while traditional food in the south contains sea food.
Disclaimer: This blog post is not suitable for vegetarians. Continue reading “Best Meal in Bologna”
1. Monaco – An insight to the life of the rich and famous.
The proper name is The Principate of Monaco because it is actually an independent state located between France and the Mediterranean Sea and it is the second smallest country in the world, after the Vatican. Located on one of the most beautiful coasts in the world, the French Riviera, Monaco is called Europe’s Playground for the Richfor a reason. The principate is famous mainly for its touristic zone, Monte Carlo where nothing seems too expensive for its residents. Continue reading “5 Places that will change your perspective on life”
Chicago museums have a lot to show and I strongly recommend to dedicate a whole day for certain museums. The Art Institute hosts a generous collection of art works from famous artists from around the world, like Hopper, Monet, Picasso and Rembrandt. It covers a variety of themes: American, arms and armor, modern , African, ancient, architecture and design, Asian, contemporary, European decorative arts, European painting and sculpture, Indian art of the Americans, Medieval and Renaissance, photography, print and drawings, textiles and not to mention the temporary exhibitions. Continue reading “Paradise for Artists: The Art Institute of Chicago”
At The Field Museum you can learn about 4,6 billion years of natural history and see fascinating exhibitions which cover various themes: dinosaurs, Ancient Americans, Ancient Egypt, gems, plants, animals, Africa, Asia and more. Continue reading “See the biggest T-Rex skeleton ever found. Getting around The Field Museum, Chicago.”
In the fast paced environment of the 21st Century, we seem to have time for the things we need to do and too little time for the things we want to do. We often end up spending more time with our co-workers than with our dear ones and we hardly get to have some quality time with them at the end of a stressful week. Do you find yourself in this situation? Read these signs that show that it’s time for a romantic escapade and learn to make time for the things that matter. Continue reading “7 Signs Which Show That You Need to Go on a Romantic Escapade This Year”
“The man who goes alone can start today; but he who travels with another must wait till that other is ready.” – Henry David Thoreau. What a beautiful quote. I think solo adventures are amazing because not only you get to explore new places, but you also get the chance to explore your inner self, and this is actually one of the reasons I love travelling. However, always go prepared. Ask yourself the following questions to figure out if solo travelling is for you or not. Continue reading “Solo Travel – Is It Your Thing?”
Christmas markets are an old tradition in Austria. They can be traced back to the Middle Ages. In 1298 Albrecht I allowed the citizens of Vienna to hold a Krippenmarkt (December Market). Even if the market has changed over the years, traditions have been adapted to fit modern days but they still occupy a very special place in the heart of every Austrian and not only. Visitors from all over the world come to Austria every year to enjoy the festive season at some of the country’s most magical Christmas Markets.
What are the first things that come into your mind when you think about Britain? Big Ban, Buckingham Palace, red buses, rain, British accents, royals, and cute telephone cabins I would guess. Add Christmas markets on the list too, as Britain will surprise you with markets which are held in the most historic and iconic places. Continue reading “Britain’s Top Christmas Markets”