Every time I go somewhere, after having admired all tourist attractions and not I can there, inevitably at a certain point there is the moment in which tiredness comes and, inexorably, prevails over the will of going and discovering artistic beauties that a place offers. But, obviously, I don’t have a lie wasting my precious time: it would be a crime! I’m always in a foreign and unknown land. So?
|Kensington Gardens, London|
I found out that there is an unexpected pleasure in just walking quietly along the streets of a town or in practicing some sports, trying to mix up with local people, especially if there is a beautiful park at our disposal. For example, how many times do we see people, who in a perfect sporty outfit, run and keep themselves in shape in town parks? So, if you like sport (and I like it!), I think that it could be one of the best ways to see a place in a town exactly how it is seen by locals, keep yourselves in shape and keep away that anxiety that arrives in travelers, who have always the impression of not having seen enough in a destination when they must come back home (we don’t need to stress even when we travel, do we?).
|Wiener Prater, Vienna|
That’s why I always put a sporty outfit in my suitcase to be used at the right moment: maybe I won’t wear it because that tiredness I mentioned before won’t arrive, but, you know, it’s better to have it when you don’t need it than the contrary. In the end, it doesn’t take much space… it won’t be the one that doesn’t make the suitcase close, right?
|Parco Ducale, Parma|
What do you think of this topic? Are you for practicing some movement even on holidays or do you avoid it accurately?