Far beyond the Baltic sea, many rocky islands are considered to be adventurous places to go. Many restaurants in Finland are on the islands or at the seashore. One of the interesting coffee shops and restaurants is the Cafe of the Rock Church. The church turns to be some sort of a touristic place:
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Christmas is coming soon, many people start planning of their table decorations for Christmas and Christmas gifts. One traditional thing for Christmas is gingerbread, the most known gingerbread with a bear motif in Switzerland is from Appenzell:
Whenever you visit Ireland you hear the local people say "Céad míle fáilte" in Irish which means "100,000 Welcomes." Let's start with the welcome drink of Ireland:
A long time ago, people traveled across the ocean to find new places to live. Settlements and civilizations began to develop and cultivate the land. We have heard so much about the viking that rampaged and ruled the land in the fjords. They came with greatly designed wooden ships:
Everyone likes chocolate, right? Have you ever tried sweet and salty chocolate? How about chocolate filling with liquorice? :
Welcome to the black forest! Black sounds like dangerous dark place, but also beauty in fashion and yummy in food as you may think of chocolate. It is called "the black forest or Schwarzwald" because the pine trees in this region are dense and look dark like the mysterious forest:
Q: What is "Boat noodles"?
A: It is a style of noodles that is sold from the boat. Have you ever tried one? Not yet? Let 's get some boat noodles in a floating market!
In Switzerland, you can find some local cherry festivals or the most known one, Cherry market in Zug where the famous chubby sweet cherries are cultivated, grown and produced in and around this city:
Something for breakfast? ("Something for breakfast" is a fictional play in Star trek, episode: a Fistful of Datas, written by The Chief Medical Officer Beverly Crusher of USS Enterprise) Breakfast is usually the first meal of the day after sleeping for hours at night, therefore you should get hungry and need more carbonhydrate (Bread, rice, cereal, grains, pancakes, waffles). Breakfast in French is called "Petit Déjeuner" which sounds perfect when it combines with a nice atmosphere. Let us go and try "Petit Déjeuner" in France: