Month: May 2012

Chelyabinsk Restaurants

Valentine's Day is perfect for marriage proposals, and the newlyweds it promises a strong happy marriage under the patronage of St. Valentine. Valentine's Day tradition for restaurateurs promise to create a romantic and sensual atmosphere. If you can not imagine the holiday without a bright holiday, head to celebrate the 14 th of February in restaurants. Better to reserve a table in advance, preferably not even on the same day, and even earlier. If the soul needs (Or requires a second half), we should go to a restaurant. Fortunately, while there is still a choice. The luxurious restaurant Voice invites you to arrange for you and your other half a romantic candlelight dinner in the chamber atmosphere with great live music and delicious cuisine.

Special offer Valentine's Day – live oysters! Every fifth pair of lovers – the number of the hotel for free! Banquet manager: tel. 8-904-804-40-83. In "Penke," and "Tomato" Day Valentine's campaign – all bought in the gift dessert liqueur Kerolans. The restaurant-cafe-sushi 'Sushka' romantic atmosphere will create a subdued light, candles and, of course, presents: a pair of sensual love for each cocktail 'Bowl of Love' and sweet valentine. Love at HELIOPARK Smolino! In Valentine's Day we will help you express feelings for loved throbbing. For Valentine's special offer for 5000 rubles, accommodation in a room with a romantic LUX dinner, which will awaken feelings and create a special mood for an unforgettable night.


A city with two personalities is extended by seven hills that historically served as a fortress and today make it a different city. Edinburgh, Scotland's capital, has all the ingredients for an enjoyable break a couple of days historical monuments, streets and alleys a wishky flavor and passageways with mysterious ghost stories worth knowing by the most curious. Edinburgh is a small town, which split in two, Old Town and New Town, and therefore can know what is necessary in a few days and cheaply. In addition, most low cost airlines have daily flights very affordable. Accommodation is another point to consider when saving on a trip and of course this is a city that allows you to do so.

And you can find up to 10 euros per night. Although between 12 and 15 euros is a great variety and they include breakfast. You can start the tour of the Old Town as it brings together a number of important monuments and the characteristic flavor Traditional Scottish. With narrow cobbled streets you reach the Castle of Edinburgh. a ste was built on an extinct volcano, has been the fortress that protected the city from the SXI and now is a stunning vantage point to see the great potential of this city. And once there, besides the landscape, you can see the firing of one of the guns at one noon. This curious tradition that takes place every day except Sunday, for almost 150 years the time allowed to know the sailors who were on the outskirts of the city and, today, has become a tourist attraction.

London: City Garden

City Garden in London, with its shady avenues, monuments, cozy benches and beautiful bars – this is the 'square'. In Russian the word 'Square' and 'space' have quite different meanings. This distinction must be borne in mind in speaking of London's parks. One and the same word can be called the British and a small garden inside the block of houses and – a spacious area with heavy traffic, which, incidentally, may not be trees. Both for Londoners – 'square'. Tired of sightseeing and shopping in London, well wander the streets of old London district – the West End. Here you'll see a lot of typical London's green spaces, public gardens in the middle of the city quarters. They start at Covent gardenskoy area, north of the Strand.

Incidentally, it is the oldest area of the Square in London: it was founded in 1630-ies of Inigo Jones. Considered the most fashionable St James's Square. In XIX century in aristocratic circles was the fashion for a walk on the areas around Belgravia. Incidentally, these green areas have been arranged like a suite of rooms – one following another, forming a single space that is pleasant for walks. However, since life in London has changed dramatically. Change and shape the urban areas.

In a form close to the pristine, they have survived, perhaps, only in a quarter of Bloomsbury. Square in Bloomsbury was founded in the late XVIII century Duke of Bedford. He appointed a high rent for accommodation in the homes of the neighborhood, and forbade it to open restaurants and shops. Even the signs on their homes could not hang. And strangers in a quiet and respectable Bloomsbury not admitted. Elite turned quarter lush greenery. Not surprising that precisely Bloomsbury in 1823 settled British Museum and then Universitetskiy college (in 1827). And finally in 1936 here erecting building University of London. They say that in this area as a particularly felt this elusive atmosphere of London, about which so many poets spoken.