The Czech Republic is a unique country. I didn’t want to return to any other country again after the visit, but I wanted to go to the Czech Republic. As a result, it happened: I visited there twice as part of a tourist group. Both times we traveled by bus from Minsk, with visits to Brest, Poland, Austria and some other wonderful places. As soon as you pass the border of Belarus and get into Poland, it immediately becomes clear that there is something to see. It was Czech attractions that attracted me the most. It so happened that in no hotel did we stay longer than two or three days. So, having stayed in Prague in some inexpensive 3-star hotel, we went daily with an excursion to other Czech cities. Of course, we devoted the first day in the Czech Republic to Prague itself, looked at Stara Mesto and Mala Strana. It is impossible to describe in words how much I liked Charles Bridge and the Powder Tower, the Astronomical Clock on Old Town Square, Prague Castle, and many other famous places of this magnificent city. Continue reading
The “severe” necessity made us choose the month of June to rest. The semi-annual cartoon ended on June 20. And since I was raving for the third year with the idea of returning to Nice, in March, without further thought, tickets were bought to the capital of the Cote d’Azur – the beauty of Nice. No wonder the Russian aristocrats and the royal family loved her so much.
One of the biggest advantages of relaxing on the Cote d’Azur is the simplicity and accessibility of movement. For one and a half euros you can go to any town or village of the Cote d’Azur. Transport launched very conveniently. And even if you choose the place of residence not Nice itself, but, for example, the town of Villefranche, then you can get to it without problems. It is enough to catch the bus number 100, which goes from the port directly to Monaco and further to Menton. Continue reading
My husband dreamed for a very long time about visiting the famous international yacht exhibition, annually held on the French Riviera. And in some miraculous way, in September 2016, we got out there with the whole family. I must say right away that impressions are not comparable with anything. Eyes just run away from the beauty of the participants of the “boat festival”, from the level and lifestyle of local residents and guests coming to the exhibition! Despite the fact that I personally am not a fan of inspecting other people’s vehicles, it is simply impossible to resist and not visit the royal floating mansions!
The most vivid impressions of a walk around the city we have left from visiting the surroundings of the 22-meter-high Suquet tower, located in the center of the old part of Cannes. As if painted houses and shady streets crowded picturesquely on the slopes of the picturesque Chevalier mountain. Continue reading