Today’s sweet tooth is hard to surprise: all kinds of shops and coffee houses offer hundreds of desserts from different countries. Here you have Austrian strudel, and Japanese sweet rolls with fruits, and French millefeuille … But if you say that nothing surprising and unknown in the universe of confectionery art is left for you, we will answer – yes!
Spaghetti with chocolate
It is perhaps difficult to describe the power of Italians’ love for pasta: it is eaten even for dessert. There is even a separate type of spaghetti, which includes cocoa. And, on the contrary, pasta is a part of many desserts – it is supplemented with honey, pistachios, fruits and butter cream, sprinkled with orange zest and almond petals, coconut flakes and cinnamon. Prepare ravioli with ricotta, chocolate and any other Continue reading
Athens is worth a visit not only for the towering Acropolis – the capital of Greece has long been a mecca for lovers of the Mediterranean lifestyle. Among the orange trees and the bottomless sea, time flows slowly – and really, where to run when you are surrounded by such beauty?
The Greeks have the proverb “Όποιος βιάζεται σκοντάφτει”, which literally means: “Who in a hurry – he stumbles.” Our route will help you not to fill the bumps on the land of heroes and gods – grab a Fredo espresso and have a nice trip!
Acropolis of Athens
Athens is built around a hill 160 meters high, which is visible from all points of the city. A millennium Continue reading
Depending on what you plan to do, you need to choose a district: shopping and luxury – around the Champs Elysees, like the most expensive hotels, in Mar – charismatic cafes and original shops, in the 18 district – Montmartre romance and the African population. And if you prefer bourgeoisie and calm, choose the 16th district next to the Foundation Louis Vuitton, designed by Frank Gehry.
Learn a few dozen words in French
The situation has changed significantly: in response to English, no one rolls his eyes, but in order to get his vis-a-vis closer to himself, it’s better to slightly say “bonjour”, “merci” or “bon zhorne”. Smile, flirt and Continue reading