Opéra Garnier, Paris..

Those who read my  post on Liceu already know, I love operas. And the Palais Garnier is "probably the most famous opera house in the world, and  a symbol of Paris like Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, or the Sacré Coeur Basilica. When I was first time in Paris, I stayed at walking distance from the opera, but I did... Continue Reading →

Monaco, Some more!!

Monaco is one beautiful little country  you should not miss if you are visiting Italian or French riviera. And I have already told in my previous post, it is extremely easy to travel to Monaco if you are staying at NICE. Just take 100 no bus from Port de Nice , takes only 40 minutes... Continue Reading →

One fine morning in Cannes …

Every traveller around the world knows the name of the city of Cannes, mostly due to the famous international film festival being held here. Indeed, ladies driving Maseratis for shopping trips, Porsches blowing their horn here and there, and  Lamborghini and Ferrari running past the streets like common taxis - is not uncommon view in this cute... Continue Reading →

Love lock bridge, Paris..

Since around 2008, a new fad started when lovers from all over the world began locking padlocks onto the chain link fence of the pedestrian bridge "Pont des Arts" connecting  the Institute de France and the central square of the Palais du Louvre.  The love padlocks, called cadenas d’amour, multiplied until there were thousands of love... Continue Reading →

Lasagne, my first authentic Italian food experience.

Lasagne originated in Italy, traditionally ascribed to the city of Naples, where the first modern recipe was created and published and became a traditional dish.Some say the term "lasagna" comes from the Greek word, "lasagnum," meaning dish or bowl. I have also heard that there was some dispute about Lasagne 's origin between England and... Continue Reading →

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