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If you crave a refreshing and tasty meal, you can opt for tomato soup with potatoes. It is prepared quickly, and its tasty taste will delight you on hot summer days, especially since you can consume it cold.
800 g potatoes
400g celery stalks
4 tablespoons olive oil
1 quarter cup of concentrated vegetable soup
1 half liter of tomato juice
4 slices of white bread
40 g butter
1 garlic puppy
salt and pepper
Method of preparation
Wash all vegetables well, first clean and cut the cubed potatoes, and the celery and carrots cut into smaller ones. Heat the vegetables in a little oil, salt and pepper to taste and drizzle with a little tomato juice, then let them boil for 15 minutes over low heat.
Cut the bread into cubes and fry it with a little butter and add the cubes and garlic. At the end, season the soup with salt, pepper and hot sauce and serve it with fried bread.
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Tips for traveling to Dublin as a family
Dublin is a complete city that offers culture, history and fun in equal measure. Find out in this guide everything you need to plan a family trip to the Irish capital and enjoy its nearby coast, its balanced environment, its people.
We show you the holidays, the weather, the currency and the practical information that will facilitate the preparation of your trip to Dublin.
The Irish often say that it is possible to have all four weather stations in one day. Do not be surprised if it rains when you wake up, the temperature rises a lot at noon and ends the afternoon with a mild climate typical of autumn.
In general, Ireland has a mild and temperate climate. Rainy days are very common and the average annual temperature is about 10 ° C.
The summer months of June, July and August are the most suitable for traveling to Dublin as the days are longer and warmer. In addition, during this season there are many festivals that cross the Irish geography.
Spring and autumn are also pleasant seasons for tourism in Ireland, however during winter the days are very short and gray, which is very restrictive for tourists. During the month of December, it gets dark around 4:00 p.m., unlike in summer, when the light lasts until 11:00 p.m.
What to pack to Dublin with children
A trip with children to Dublin will require you to think in advance about everything you will need so that you do not lack anything. Regardless of the time of year in which you travel, it is advisable to always bring some raincoats or umbrellas to Dublin.
With regard to clothes, this will depend a lot on whether you go in summer or winter, for example, so check the weather forecast before packing your suitcase.
Being a family trip you will have to be cautious and bring those things that you think may be useful: visors, sunglasses, comfortable shoes, first aid kit, food for the trip, etc. And if, in the worst case, you forget something, don't despair. Dublin is a city where you will find everything at normal prices.
Dublin business hours
Dublin is a city with European schedules in every way.
Most of the shops in Dublin are open Monday to Saturday from 9am to 6pm. Some shopping centers and stores in the most central areas extend their hours until 8:00 p.m. or 9:00 p.m. And some are even open on Sundays in the middle of the day.
Museums are generally open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., although on Thursdays the closing time is usually delayed. Some museums rest on Mondays.
Restaurants have very long hours in Dublin, especially for tourists because the Irish tend to eat early, as in most of Europe, and have dinner around 6:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m.
The famous Irish pubs open early, around 10:30 a.m. and don't close until 11:30 p.m., Monday to Thursday, and until 12:30 a.m., on Friday and Saturday. On Sundays they open a little later, around 12:30 p.m. and close at 11:30 p.m.
Banks are generally open from 10:00 to 16:30 and Monday to Friday. Some banks are also open on Saturdays and practically all banks have ATMs where you can withdraw money with credit and debit cards.
The currency of Ireland
As a member of the Eurozone, Ireland has the euro as its official currency.
The euro notes in circulation are: 5 euros, 10 euros, 20 euros, 50 euros, 100 euros, 200 euros and 500 euros.
The euro coins are 1 euro and 2 euros, while the cent coins are: 1 cent, 2 cents, 5 cents, 10 cents, 20 cents and 50 cents.
If you need to change currency, you can do so at banks in Ireland or at establishments for currency exchange. If you prefer, you can also pay in almost all establishments with credit cards (Visa, Mastercard ...).
In neighboring Northern Ireland, however, the British pound is the legal tender.
Irish (Gaelic) and English are the two official languages of Dublin and of the Republic of Ireland in general.
If you are a little fluent in English, you will have no problem making yourself understood in Ireland, since its people are very kind and patient.
Plugs and electricity in Ireland
Electric current in Ireland is 220 volts, as in most of Europe. However, Dublin plugs are not very common, so it is very likely that you will need adapters for your electrical devices: mobile phones, hair dryer, etc.
As in the United Kingdom, in Ireland the type G plug is used, made up of 3 rectangular flat pins: a vertical central ground connection and two horizontal lateral ones.
Medical assistance and Police
Comprehensive healthcare is free in Ireland for Europeans with a European Health Card. If this is not your case, it is recommended that you take out travel medical insurance, especially for children.
As in the rest of Europe, the emergency number in Dublin is 112, which includes universal medical assistance, as well as police and fire emergency services.
Regardless of the European 112, the 999 telephone is also operational in Ireland as a centralizer of emergencies related to police, fire brigade and ambulances.
Documentation and visas to travel to Ireland
Citizens of the European Union only need a valid passport or ID to enter Ireland, without the need for visas.
Nor do citizens of most developed countries require a visa, for example Australia, Canada, New Zealand or South Africa. When in doubt, it is best to check the documentation necessary for your trip to Dublin at the Irish or British consulate in your country.
Holidays in Dublin
- 1 of January New Year)
- March 17 (St. Patrick's Day)
- April 6 (Good Friday)
- April 9 (Easter Monday)
- May 7 (May National Holiday)
- June 4 (June National Holiday)
- August 5 (August National Holiday)
- October 31 (October National Holiday - Halloween)
- 25th December, Christmas)
- December 26 (San Esteban)
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In boarding school, Joseph shares his room with Adrien, passionate about everything related to space and extraterrestrials. Adrien leads Joseph, subjugated, in this craze. Two boys with an unparalleled imagination, a certain candor and a lot of obstinacy ... Result: huge gags and bursts of laughter guaranteed. Invigorating! By P. Chadenat, ill. G. Gay School of Recreation, New, € 8.50. Where to find it?
In boarding school, Joseph shares his room with Adrien, passionate about everything related to space and extraterrestrials. Adrien leads Joseph, subjugated, in this craze. Two boys with an unparalleled imagination, a certain candor and a lot of obstinacy ... Result: huge gags and bursts of laughter guaranteed. Invigorating!
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The child will grow out of overweight and obesity (?). There's nothing to worry about?Excessive body weight in children is not a problem in recent years. Already in 1974, the World Health Organization (WHO) classified obesity as one of the most important civilization diseases and suggested that it would become one of the main medical problems of the 21st century. Upward trends are confirmed by epidemiological data (including the International HBSC study), which say that it is currently every 5 child in our country is struggling with excessive body weight. However, are overweight and obesity such a big problem in the pediatric population? Can you grow out of them? We will look for answers to these questions later in our article.
What is overweight and obesity in children?
Overweight and obesity are conditions that they are characterized by excessive, exceeding demand and dangerous to the accumulation of fat in the body. In the pediatric population, they are defined using the BMI (body mass index = body weight in kilograms / height in meters raised to the second power) referred to centile grids taking into account the age and sex of the child. According to current WHO guidelines, this allows the diagnosis of overweight and obesity in the following situations:
- Overweight - it is a nutrition disorder for which the BMI is in the range of 85 to 95 percentile for age and sex. For example, for a boy at the age of seven it will be a BMI in the range 18 - 22.5, and for a girl of the same age BMI in the range 18.5 - 22.7.
- Obesity - it is a nutritional disorder for which the BMI exceeds 95 percentile. For example, for a boy at the age of seven it will be a BMI above 22.5, and for a girl of the same age BMI above 22.7.
The reasons for the increase in the number of children struggling with overweight and obesity
The World Health Organization estimates that in our country there will be nearly 400,000 overweight children and 80,000 overweight every year. What are the reasons for this?
- Increased popularity of fast food - fast food restaurants, which were once the domain of larger cities, can now be found even in smaller towns. What's more, most supermarkets outperform in the amount of highly processed, ready-to-eat products on their shelves. This, in conjunction with the constantly improving material situation of Poles, results adverse changes in the menu for children and adults.
- Increase in consumption of unhealthy snacks and sweetened drinks - IŻŻ data report that even 99% in preschool age eat, more or less often, salty or sweet snacks and drink sweetened drinks.
- Low physical activity - IŻŻ estimates that only 30% of children and 10% of adults engage in physical activity that meets the body's physiological needs.
Is it growing out of overweight and obesity?
Over half of adult Poles struggle with excessive body weight. In most of them the problem of overweight and obesity had its origin in childhood. Excessive kilograms in a toddler increase his chances of developing eating disorders several times in later life. What it comes from?
Overweight and obesity are to some extent genetically determined. Nevertheless, their occurrence is mainly determined environmental factors, which each of us has an impact on. The most important among them are eating habits and low level of physical activity incorrectly formed and preserved during childhood. Hence, the lack of health education from an early age is considered the main factor responsible for such a dynamic increase in the number of people struggling with excess kilos.
Therefore, they return to the question raised at the beginning about the possibility of the child growing out of overweight and obesity - this is of course possible, but only if the toddler is taught the correct eating habits, modified his lifestyle and shaping healthy attitudes.
Bibliography:"Obesity for children and adolescents. Contemporary problems in prevention and therapy "- Epidemiology and complications of obesity Alicja Karney MDEpidemiology of overweight and obesity - a growing health problem in the population of children and adolescents - Anna Obuchowicz, Department and Clinical Department of Pediatrics of the Silesian Medical Academy in Bytom
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