Within Secondlife there are a myriad of places you can have a Picnic and the one that I showcase for you today is at the gorgeous new picnic destination of Neva River Village.
I have found though the top 5 picnic spots listed on National Geographic around the world and the foods available to eat there, in which I share these with you. Not in any particular order, here are the top 5 listed by National Geographic as the must places to visit for a picnic. I note though that Australia isn't there.. need to have a word with National Geographic :D.1) Huayna Picchu, Peru
At an elevation of nearly 9,000 feet, the view from atop this peak, which towers over the 15th-century ruins of Machu Picchu, is breathtaking in a number of ways. A steep, slippery climb to this rocky summit is a nerve-racking effort—one instantly rewarded with a panoramic perspective of the Urubamba River Valley and the famed city of the Inca. So what to eat? Instead, a celebratory Inca Kola and a pleasantly portable butifarras—a sandwich of Peruvian ham, onions, and chili peppers, and lime.2) Milford Sound, South Island, New Zealand
Rain forests hug dramatic cliffs, waterfalls cascade into rivers, and 4,000-foot rocky peaks tower over a deep fjord that has become New Zealand's most famous destination. Yes, it's on the tourist trail, but remote Milford Sound—within the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage site—retains a grandeur that visitors and rain (182 days of it each year) Pack a picnic and hop aboard a two-hour boat tour of the awe-inspiring sound or kayak around the coastline for a floating lunch party. What to pack? How about traditional Kiwi eats such as Anzac biscuits, colonial goose (roast leg of lamb), and a bottle of Marlborough sauvignon blanc.3) Villa Borghese Gardens, Rome, Italy
Olives, pizza bianca, marinated artichokes, salami, and—of course—a bottle of wine are all it takes to make a picnic break from the ancient ruins and Renaissance highlights of Rome.. The Villa Borghese Gardens near the Piazza del Popolo, is a picnic-perfect landscape for escape. The Spanish Steps lead up to this English-style garden, but the romantic feel of the urban park is all-Italian.4) Point Reyes National Seashore, Point Reyes Station, California
Now where do you go for a simple outdoor meal in the States? This spectacular nature preserve located on a 70,000-acre peninsula north of San Francisco is rich in wildlife, from raptors to elk, and bordered by a coastline favored by elephant seals.5) Jardin des Tuileries, Paris, France
Fountains, sculptures, two museums and countless comfortable chairs make this garden on the perimeter of the Musée du Louvre a surprisingly tranquil space for staging your own déjeuner du l'herbe. With the Seine on one side and Rue de Rivoli on the other, the park is a well-placed rest stop. Stop by patisserie Angelina to pick up a Mont Blanc cake (cream, meringue, and chestnut paste), then relax under a tree for a few blissful minutes or hours. What better place to be that in France.So have you been to any of these destinations as yet? I think if I had a picnic in Rome or Paris, I wouldn't leave!!
So what are you waiting for, come take a walk to:
Destination: - Shiny Shabby
Tree: - Weeping Willow Tree With Seasons Change V2 @ Shiny Shabby