Summer is here, well at least in some parts of the world! We’d like to suggest a pleasant pass-time by way of two short films.
P&I is changing its looks but not its essence!
One of the most touristic European places, beloved by all, is definitely Rome with its seven hills its great museums, its squares, the Coliseum, the Foro Romano, the fine restaurants and fashionable shops.
Κουίζ γνώσεων: Ξεσκονίστε τα λατινικά σας! […]
After a while you learn the subtle difference |Between holding a hand and chaining a soul,| And you learn that love doesn’t mean leaning, | And company doesn’t mean security,
Patrick Leigh Fermor wrote about “Mani” and “Roumeli” and considered Greece his own country. During the same time, there lived in Greece other foreigners like the Durrell brothers who wrote so many books about its beauties.
Which of the following was not a Herculean Labor?
I have learned that simplicity for me lies in loving with all my heart and all my soul and all my mind. I have made my way to a simple life by loving the one thing that matters most to me as if nothing else mattered at
Train your little grey cells!
You can take a vitual excursion with two beautiful videos by Mario Feil from Germany. The first was taken in Chiemgau, an area between Munich and Salzburg, in the south of Bavaria while the second presents the Scottish Highlands.