Adagio Rome Balduina
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... and the zucchini flowers, so that is why we made it. Every meal will be different. To cap it off, after the class Chef Andrea sent us a very detailed email with all of the recipes and wine pairings. Ian and I will definitely try to make these recipes again, but it will probably be a little more difficult without Chef Andrea.
After the cooking class, Chef Andrea recommended we go for a nice walk to help digest all the ...
... it was breathtaking and truly felt like a vacation. It's sad that a place with so much rich history contains so much pickpocketing that makes you feel on edge the entire time. I would love to go back to Italy and see even more- Florence, Sicily, and Venice. Italy has so much to offer and every place seems so different from the next. I am sad that it was my last big trip of the semester, but am happy I don't have to fly RyanAir again (at least for awhile).
... city, the fourth largest in Italy. It is sad to see it so run down, dirty and empty in the parts we went through. They are probably missing out on a lot of the tourist trade which doesn't help. We arrived in Rome late afternoon and had an hour before taking off again. A city tour on foot starting at 6pm. It was much cooler and you see it in a different way. It is amazing to see buildings still being used when they are so old. We went to ...
... along with terrific entertainment in the way of some very talented and humorous opera singers, called the Tenors. We dined with our tour group at the Tanagra Restaurant. Food was great & entertainment terrific. The wine pored freely, much laughter & fun. After dinner, the tour bus drove us around "enchanting Rome by night." We saw several famous landmark including St. Peter's Basilica beautifully lit up at ...
... We had a guide from ISA (The travel company we are here with) take us through several. In one church there are 3 levels. The first century cathedral, then a 4th century cathedral built on top, then a 12th century cathedral on the current level. We were actually able to go all the way down to the 1st century area of the church and it was amazing. I have never seen something so old and still standing and well preserved. There are still traces ...