Today’s post might spark interest among language lovers and those who like to veer off the beaten track. I’m at my happiest when I can pack my backpack, jump on any mode of transport and head off to a new or a familiar place. Above all, I enjoy the tingling feeling of excitement and anticipation.
With the restrictions slowly easing, one can dare to dream of travel again. I like making lists of quirky and unusual places to visit. A museum dedicated to linguistics was sure to make the shortlist. Mundolingua is a language-themed museum in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. Hidden behind an inconspicuous door, visitors can explore the world of language across several floors connected by a staircase reminiscent of the Tower of Babel. Very intriguing! 👉 https://www.mundolingua.org/en/
If I make it to Paris in 2022, I might also go and see the Wall of Love, Paris’ free of charge guide to saying “I love you” in 250 different languages. We can all do with a little bit of love after two years of a global pandemic 👉 http://www.lesjetaime.com/english/index.html
Do you have any recommendations for quirky and unusual places for language lovers? Please write a comment under this post or drop me a line.