Travel: EU Digital Covid Certificate Explained

The EU has been working for months on a joint digital travel #certificate for those vaccinated, freshly tested, or recently recovered from the virus. The free certificates, which will contain a QR code with advanced security features, will allow people to move between #European countries without having to quarantine or undergo extra coronavirus tests upon arrival. The pass is already available in France.

Views: Old Lawers Village On Loch Tay In Scotland

The Old Village of Lawers, Loch Tay, Perthshire.

Loch Tay is a freshwater loch in the central highlands of Scotland, in the Perth and Kinross and Stirling council areas. The watershed of Loch Tay traditionally formed the historic province of Breadalbane.

An ancient, ruined village, located in stunning Highland scenery on the shores of Loch Tay, with remarkable historical and romantic connections, including, reputedly, its own ghost!

Walks: The Vienna Opera House To Café Central (4K)

Wiener Staatsoper is one of the leading opera houses in the world. Its past is steeped in tradition. Its present is alive with richly varied performances and events. More information http://www.wiener-staatsoper.at

The Café Central is a coffee house in Vienna. It is located at Herrengasse 14 in the first district in the former bank and stock exchange building, which is now called Palais Ferstel after its architect Heinrich von Ferstel. It is a Tuscan neo-renaissance style building.

Video recorded on: June 21, 2021

Video timeline: 0:00 Opernring / Wiener Staatsoper 2:10 Operngasse 5:07 Albertinaplatz 8:40 Führichgasse 10:20 Augustinerstraße 12:30 Josefsplatz 13:35 Reitschulgasse 16:20 Michaelerplatz / Kohlmarkt 20:35 Herrengasse 25:00 Café Central

Communities: Ten Best Places To Live In Louisiana

Louisiana is a southeastern U.S. state on the Gulf of Mexico, it’s one of the best states to live in the United States, with affordable housing, great public and private schools, and safe cities. Louisiana is one of the happiest states with vibrant culture, lively communities, flavorful and diverse cuisines, and beautiful outdoors.

Here’s our list of the best places to live in Louisiana. 10. Lafayette. (overall) 9. Baton Rouge. (overall, affordable) 8. Shreveport. (overall) 7. New Orleans. (overall, retire) 6. Lake Charles. (affordable) 5. Bossier City. (affordable) 4. Alexandria. (overall) 3. Metairie. (retire) 2. Mandeville. (family) 1. Prairieville. (family)

Famous for lively and colorful Mardi Gras celebrations that are full of soul, jazz music, distinctive foods, and flavors, and for its many festivals all throughout the year, Louisiana is also home to the world’s longest water-spanning bridge and the USA’s tallest state capitol. Unfortunately, the weather in Louisiana is unpredictable, to say the least. Plan to experience all four seasons in just a few days! Residents living in Louisiana enjoy a subtropical climate characterized by hot, humid summers and mild winters. Temperatures can vary wildly and while one day may be perfect beach weather, the following day could be wet and windy or shiver-inducing cold. Louisiana is filled with some of the most amazing small towns and bigger cities in the country. Located on the Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana provides a variety of outdoor recreation options from beaches and swamps to golf courses, hiking trails, and bike paths. New Orleans, Lafayette, Lake Charles, LaPlace Kenner, and Shreveport are among the best places to live in Louisiana. Top industries in Louisiana include petroleum and natural gas production, tourism, filmmaking, and seafood, especially crawfish. Here’s our list of the best places to live in Louisiana. 10. Lafayette. (overall) 9. Baton Rouge. (overall, affordable) 8. Shreveport. (overall) 7. New Orleans. (overall, retire) 6. Lake Charles. (affordable) 5. Bossier City. (affordable) 4. Alexandria. (overall) 3. Metairie. (retire) 2. Mandeville. (family) 1. Prairieville. (family)

Views: German Actress Hikes Alps With A Donkey

Hiking over the Alps with a donkey had been Lotta Lubkoll’s childhood dream. Following a tragic loss, she decided to make it come true: Together with Jonny the donkey, she hiked over the alps from Munich, Germany to Italy’s Adriatic Coast. The trek – around 600 kilometers – lasted 80 days, and turned the two travelling companions into the best of friends. That was just the beginning: In December of 2020 they set off again, to Portugal. Find out why a donkey is the ideal travel partner!

Covid-19: mRNA Vaccines Do Not Change Your DNA

With so many myths about COVID-19 vaccines regarding their impact on our health, many people don’t know what to believe. In our fact check, find out what you need to know about the mRNA vaccines — as we expose the myths and reveal the facts.

Saturday Morning: News And Stories From London

Discussing the top topics of the weekend with host Georgina Godwin are: Vincent McAviney with the day’s news round-up, Monocle contributing editor Andrew Mueller on the week’s stranger stories and Guy De Launey telling us why we should visit the Balkans.

Alpine Drives: Zweisimmen To Gstaad, Switzerland

ZWEISIMMEN: One of the Swiss heavenly village lying in the route of most famous Goldenpass Train Line. This quaint village in the Bernese Oberland forms the gateway to the world-famous Gstaad region. Zweisimmen is also the starting point of the Montreux – Bernese Oberland – rail line, which travels to Montreux on Lake Geneva. The rambling paradise around Zweisimmen offers several themed walking trails. The classic trails here also include a ramble or a mountain bike excursion to the idyllic Seebergsee and onward, towards the Stierenberg. Here, a warm bath in a wooden tub awaits visitors who stay at a mountain lodge. As an alternative, visitors can opt for scooter-based fun: riders can choose between two routes on which to coast down from the mountain into the valley on scooters with specially-equipped brakes. Zweisimmen has a population of 3,040 (as of December 2019).

GSTAAD: Gstaad is an upscale resort town in the Bernese Oberland region of the Swiss Alps. Its soaring mountains and prestigious international boarding schools, top hotels, gourmet restaurants, luxury chalets and nearby Saanen airport, have long made it a popular holiday destination for royalty and international celebrities. Gstaad in the Bernese Oberland attracts a charming mix of visitors: while the chalet village of Gstaad welcomes famous guests, the smaller neighbouring villages offer attractive options for families with children. In recent years, the centre of Gstaad has developed into the most popular and shortest “shopping mile” in Switzerland. The wide-open countryside of the Saanenland offers a versatile and and diverse sports programme: hiking (trail network of over 300 km), mountain biking, paragliding and golf. On the River Saane there are opportunities for mountain torrent and canoo adventures. Summer cross-country skiing is possible in the «Glacier 3000» ski region. The summer toboggan run in Schönried, a via ferrata and the Lake Lauenen nature paradise are ideal excursion destinations for families in Summer.