Hello my dear friends! I am so happy about your feedback to the previous blog… You are the best! This week I decided to start another blog where I am planning to post yummy healthy recipes. I am going to write in Russian, so if you master the language and you love healthy cooking, you are welcome to visit Cooks Fresh that I am so excited about. Hopefully I will be a good contributor to the whole healthy food community worldwide and provide good content for Russian speakers out there.
Another great news for me is that my next birthday is right around the corner… And I pretty much excited about the event. Honestly, organizing a birthday party for my friends is not one of my superpowers. But I had to do it almost every year of my life so far… And each time I only dream to escape somewhere for this day. Or preferably for a week…
Imagine how happy I was to realize that this year my dream will finally come true. I am planning to spend five days abroad and spend a fabulous time there. And as it usually happens when your dream is about to come true, I knew quite precisely where I would love to go for celebration. And my choice was… Italy! Right, I have never been to this wonderful country and looks like it is time to correct this situation.
As I already mentioned above, I am pretty determined about the fact that my dream destination now is Italy. But I have no idea about the further destination. Frankly speaking, I would visit a large variety of destinations and travel all around the country. But this idea seems to be a little bit crazy as it will be extremely hot in Italy in the middle of July. So I picked several top destinations, out of which we will most probably visit only two or so… So here is my list:
1) Rome. I would be really excited to visit the city. What is more, I think it is a great idea to start discovering a country with visiting its capital. What is more, it is a wonderful place to go for a short period of time. I would be happy to the unique architecture of the city including the Pantheon, Castel Sant’Angelo and the Basilica of San Paolo fuori le Mura. But the most interesting place to go would definitely be the Colosseum…
Anyway, guys, I will be so happy to hear your feedback. Probably someone of you has already been to Italy, especially for a small period of time. What places are worth visiting? Do you know any non mainstream places to visit?