Alle artikelen over Weekend links
Erik, Paul and Lynn (the Europeish editors) read a lot of blogs. And I mean a *lot*. All the waiting in airport, bus terminals and trains gives us plenty of time to roam the Internet, and to follow all kinds of travel blogs and traveling reporters.
Because we want to share everything we know and read about Europe, which is why we’ll give you a list with interesting reading material every now and then. Perfect for during your train ride back home on Friday, or for a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Photo Essay: Perugia, Italy–City of Arches
Emily Gerson takes us on a trip to and through the lovely Italian city of Perugia. I’ve never been in Perugia before, but seeing the many arches makes it look like a very romantic place to visit. Added to my to-visit list!
Perugia, via Galep Iccar
How to Plan for European Train Travel: Rail Passes Versus Point-to-Point Tickets
Christopher Cook gives some excellent tips for people who are considering to take the train across Europe. Are you planning on traveling on a Eurail pass? You’d better read Christopher’s article first, then.
If You Could Live Anywhere…
Laura Walker asks an interesting question: If you could live anywhere in the entire world, for the rest of your life, where would it be? For me, it would definitely be Southern Spain. Or Italy… or Finland. Hmmm… And how about you?
Top 5 Italian Desserts
I love food. In fact, I probably love food a little too much. That’s why articles like Giulia’s post with five desserts that make my monitors drool can harm my health. Giulia: please don’t blog about food anymore!
Photo Essay: 18 Places to Feel Dwarfed by Nature
“Wow!” That was my exact first thought when I checked out Hal Amen’s photo collection for the first time. Amazing photos, all taken at exceptionally beautiful places. Reading this post makes me feel like an ant.
Have you read something else you think is definitely worth sharing? Feel free to leave us a comment!