How not to go nuts
during quarantine?
Social distancing, COVID-19, quarantine. We are all in the same boat. Arnekol's team decided to explore some new ways of getting through it wisely. Let's see what we've found.
It's being said that you can
expand your cultural horizons from home.
1. Visit some museums

This lockdown can be used to visit museums and galleries from all over the world. Even if you're not an art fan, you still can enjoy an international cultural day, right? Digital archives of the Uffizi gallery in Florence are available here. Several virtual tours of the Louvre in Paris are available here. Virtual tours of the Vatican museums and the Sistine chapel. Virtual tour of the Salvador Dali Theater-Museum in Figueres. Also, the Google Arts & Culture project offers to visit picturesque corners around the world, take a virtual tour of museums, temples and other attractions, as well as get acquainted with the life and work of famous artists.

2. Get drunk in a bar

You're missing good old bar hopping? Good news – an international online bar has opened for those who are bored in quarantine. Socialize, make friends, and get the best out of this online format by connecting and relaxing in the company of people who are alert, yet looking to make the best of this global shutdown.
3. Have a date in a theatre

If you don't know what else to think of for online date, here's an idea. Metropolitan Opera has announced free Live in HD streams. Schedule and links to view here. The Vienna Opera also offers daily live broadcasts from its archive. Schedule here. Take your other half to online, yet quite classic and romantic date.

Apfelstrudel in process
Why not make an autumn strudel in the spring?
No Uber eats can bring you this kind of satisfaction
4. Take a cooking class

Food delivery is not that satisfying and exciting anymore? Let's learn something new AND prepare ourselves something legit. For instance, this interactive course is created by professional chefs and taught by 11 former Top Chef contestants. The app gives you access to 28 hand-picked lesson videos with more than three hours of instruction.
5. Try 100% Swiss & Organic CBD

While the consumption of cannabis products containing THC usually has a mind-altering (colloquially also "high") effect, CBD has a calming effect on the body and therefore has no psychoactive properties. CBD help with food regulation, fine motor skills, orientation and sensory perception. Products made from CBD, for example CBD oil, also contain vitamins such as B1, B2 and E, proteins and various minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, copper, iron, sodium, phosphorus and zinc. You can try out Alpinols that will provide you with an oil that promises a full spectrum of ingredients.