Chocolate Museum in Bruges The Belgian town of Bruges is a sweet tooth paradise: masterpieces of pastry chefs are exhibited at the ChocoStory Museum. Here you can find out that a Belgian pharmacist instead of a cough medicine accidentally created bitter chocolate, and pralines were invented when nuts were added to chocolate in order to please the Duke of Plesi Pralin. In the museum, the confectioner in front of visitors creates a favorite treat for everyone, and the bar offers 44 chocolate cocktails, not similar to one another. In the gift shop you can buy sweets and even chocolate dessert for dogs. Museum website, photo: http://www.choco-story.be Chocolate Museum in Prague and Paris The ChocoStory Museum is also located in Prague. At the heart of his exposition are paintings created using liquid chocolate. To interest young visitors (from 6 to 12 years old), they are given the task at the entrance to the museum – to place stickers on the sheet in the correct order. Continue reading
What to do with the child on the road? Psychologist’s advice.
Traveling in a car or on an airplane limits the ability of a small fidget to move; and since “acting” is the baby’s natural state, it is so difficult for him to sit in a limited space, and even “quietly.” Adults have to be especially inventive, occupying the mind of the child when his body is fastened with seatbelts. Therefore, in order to entertain the baby, take a bag with you on the road, put several small toys, a doll on your fingers, a toy airplane, a glass prism (which is designed for older children) and a cassette player with recordings of several fairy tales or songs. Continue reading