2019 Seaside in Mallorca Calendar
Spend a year on the beautiful coast of Mallorca! Enjoy the resplendent blue and turquoise colours of the Mediterranean Sea, sunny days year round, the warm sandy beach, breathtaking landscapes — where the breeze brings the scent of the sea over the fragrant pines — and a hidden port where handsome yachts mingle with fishermen’s boats and seaside walks linger slowly into the fresh evening air…
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Featuring 12 beautiful color photographs from Porto Cristo, Port de Manacor.
The late afternoon sun glistens on the beautiful blue water, as a boat glides past the iconic blue- and white-striped beach umbrellas of Nice on the Côte d’Azur (French Riviera).
Yes, the Riviera is amazing for a road trip, a beautiful and fresh drive in a convertible, crusing along the coast from one end to the other. While I would love to take the trip from Barcelona, we started in Nice and headed to San Remo, Italy. Stopping in Monaco was fairly easy, especially to visit the Casino and parking wasn’t a problem. Along the way you should come across plenty of places to get a nice meal (any suggestions? I forgot the name of the places I ate at), catch a tennis match, stop to shop, cruise the villas or enjoy the view. There’s also classic cinema in Beaulieu-sur-Mer, where I gave a tango performance! I stopped in at cute boutique hotel, run by a fabulous woman in Cap d’Ail. Nice for a stop overnight or two, or just for a cup of coffee and have a chat with her.
There are great opportunities to go for walks. I enjoyed a nice one from the main road down winding streets to the coast, walking along some beautiful villas and parks! I also couldn’t resist picking up some yachting mags in different languages, which I came across in the tourist office.
They say you can go the whole Riviera directly along the coast by foot or bicycle.
The French Riviera Clutch
A quick moment to let you in on one of Vienna’s hidden pleasures: The Kagran Gardening School! Yes, really it’s beautiful as you walk through gardens in different themes, such as the Greek garden, through a sunny field of bright purple flowers, along the Zen garden, to my favorite, the Claude Monet Garden of Impressionism. It’s like walking into a living Monet painting, green and floral and fragrant all around you.
It’s also not really a secret: The Schulgarten Kagran is open to the public on the first Thursday of the month from April – October (from 10-18) at 22., Donizettiweg 29. Their email: email@example.com. Check it out and share some pics!!!!
Fountains and flowers and rows of orange trees fill the King’s Garden of Palma, on the beautiful Mediterranean island of Mallorca, Spain.
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If I were to give only one recommendation about Vienna, it would be to walk! Yes, you can get around the city surprisingly quickly via public transpo, but the beauty here isn’t just in the palaces, parks and museusms, but in the details of the city itself.
I love noticing the little things on my way somewhere. Wherever I am I like to find beauty in the journey! These photos are from the street Kirchengasse in Vienna’s fun Neubau District, packed with interesting shops, cafés and bars.
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