In September 2017 we took advantage of a long weekend to visit the amazing city of Arles and the Camargue natural park. Arles is a city with an incredible cultural heritage included in UNESCO since 1981 and I can assure you that three days are short to discover it completely.
Not in a thousand years I would have imagined that on the first night on an Indian train I would sleep like a log. Perhaps the Orfidal that Sonia gave me served me to sleep more than 10 hours despite the flatulence of half a car. I was perreading in my bunk for a while until, around 12 noon, I finally got up.
I have to admit that I was disappointed that Mahendra was not waiting for us with an orchestra at Jaisalmer station, since knowing him was a possibility. The truth is that when we finally got off the train and came to say hello, we felt again that we were in family again. We climbed into the tuk-tuk and got underway.
Here is another account of the one-week trip to Finland that I did in January. In today's delivery I take you to Stockholm, capital of Sweden and one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in northern Europe. Stockholm is built on fourteen islands, which are linked by 57 bridges. It is the city of ABBA, the Nobel prizes and the Stieg Larsson novels, and that day we were going to explore it thoroughly.
On the third and last day of our trip to Venice we planned a trip to the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello, located north of Venice. This excursion can easily be done on your own, but if you have little time, it is better to make it organized. That's why we hired the trip on the Expedia website for 20 euros.
Taking advantage of the fact that this week's guide to our low-cost weekend was published at Disneyland Paris, I wanted to publish a French recipe in the flavors section of the world. Look that I could have published the recipe for the cheese fondue that I made with my coworkers and that we were left with vice or the leek quiche that I made on Saturday for dinner, but no, I had to want to make macarons.