Sandwiched between France, Italy, and Germany, Switzerland has long been a country accustomed to living in multiple worlds. Many people speak more than one language, although having a diverse background and still referring to oneself as “Swiss” first is common. Today, we’ll introduce you to the most delicious foods of Switzerland and tell you where you can go to get them.
As our world globalizes, local arts organizations become even more important. Luckily, many governments around the world had the foresight to build amazing theatres for their citizens and visitors to enjoy. Here are some of the spectacular theaters from around the world.
One food that has been heavily adapted to the North American palate is ramen, which is available in most large cities and has even made appearances in smaller towns. In Japan, ramen is a national specialty, and each region prides themselves on their own flavor profile, toppings, and preparation method, ranging from the miso broth of Hokkaido to the thin noodles and rich pork broth of Hakata ramen.
War museums are some of the best ways that we have chosen to do this. All around the world, there are tons of beautiful and richly informative museums that focus on our conflicts and the ways that we have resolved them. Here are a few of the best ones for you to explore.
As the winter drags on and on, one way we cheer up after a long, cold day is by indulging in comfort food. Anything that makes us feel good can be considered comfort food. Typically, comfort food is calorific, relatively simple to make, and often has a lot to do with your culture and upbringing. While what comforts each individual person will vary, depending on their tastes, often people within a country gravitate toward the same treats.
The joys of sitting at a camping site with your friends and thousands of other people, listening to your favorite performers and bands cannot be overstated. A summer music festival is one of the best ways to chill out with people that you already know and make friends with new people who have the same interests
If you’ve ever heard people discuss the cuisine of the Pacific Northwest, they talk lovingly of ingredients rather than specific dishes. That’s because the food of the Cascadia region is focused on fresh ingredients from land and sea.