Even though Verona is famous for tragical Romeo & Juliet, what I remember from that holiday are pumpkin ravioli, pecorino cheese, tiramisu, coffee, stunning architecture and opera. Yes, Italian opera. What a country! Is so easy to keep finding reasons to return, right?!Continue reading “Memories – “Aida” in Verona”
In just a few intense days, we hiked through a protected national park, swam among salty rocks and dived inside a cave, we had liquor and truffles tasting experiences. We ate and had Istrian wine again and again.Continue reading “Wonderful Istria”
When the girls and I decided to visit Puglia, we knew the trip would revolve around food – pretty much the best part of any Italian journey! Thus, stay tuned for “Pugliese cuisine” tips, what to see and where to eat.
Chocolate museums, chocolate fair, caffeine fix in Brussels and final thoughts. Conclusion. Balanced diet is having chocolate in both hands.
Rome, Italy, 16th of May, 2015
~ This first chapter is dedicated to my beautiful friend Anna and was written as a present for her wedding ~
I had a wonderful reunion in Rome with two amazing friends – Anna and Tihana.