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March 2023

This year the winter is mild compared to other times BUT!! we have snow and more snow. So tired of this.
We are working on a vacation at the end of this month with my two sons and only grandkid. We are thinking of crossing Italy and my younger son is working on mapping everything. Lucky me.

January 2023

A new year, a year older and travel on my mind. And it is winter!!
When the snow stick to the trees and everything is all white, it is magical for that day. Still, I don,t like winter !!
Winter in Canada comes into its own in November when cold winds come, and the subzero temperature stays stable all day, you have to put boots on, a heavy jacket and gloves… I am not a cold/snow-weather person.
I must say my favourite weather is spring and fall.
Now, it is time to plan a few vacations for this year.

Christmas Markets in Europe

The first time we visit the European Christmas markets was in 2018 with my son and family. Each day we visit another town to see all the beautiful markets. All the magical markets are a wonderful reason to visit Europe in winter. The Christmas Markets in Europe date back to the 11th century and offer a wonderful glimpse into each town.

Try to visit several markets during your European winter for a truly magical time. You’ll find Christmas markets throughout most of Europe, but the highest concentration seems to be in Germany. The best things about Europe at Christmas time are:

The magic of Christmas brings about an abundance of things to do, taste and see!  Europe is the one continent where you can truly celebrate the wonder of winter.

You’ll find souvenirs, ornaments and food that will differ in each market’s location and so much to see, taste and buy lol.

Hot chocolate, hot drinks are one of the main reasons to visit Europe in winter! Flavored teas and rich and creamy cappuccinos are a winter experience in themselves. And don’t forget that spiced hot wine. 

Winter food. Depending on the region, there is a range of winter delicacies to indulge in. From fondue and waffles in Belgium to roasted chestnuts, there’s usually something very good to try in every city you visit!!

Take a look at all the beautiful places to visit.

November 6 / 2022

The end of daylight saving time can trigger negative health impacts — including seasonal disorders. But just turning the clocks back one hour this Sunday can mess with your productivity and energy levels and cause sleep deprivation.
Light and darkness play a huge role in dictating my daily rhyme, the internal bodily process that signals when it’s time to wake up and hit the hay.

According to experts, it can take your body up to seven days to properly adjust to the time change associated with the start and end of daylight saving time. You may feel yourself getting hungry earlier than you typically do — or drowsier earlier in the evening.

Here are a few ways How to adjust to the time change.
#1. Go outside and get some sun, it is pretty hard when fall is here so is the rain. LOL…
#2 For me, I have no problem for now, maybe later when I am older !!
#3 I don’t like 4 PM darkness.

October 23

It was a lazy day at the ecomuseum today. Lately, if I go early they are sleeping, in the middle of the day they are sleeping again.