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... takes us over the road to place to educate us in the Italian way of ordering a drink at dinner time and getting a feed off the bar from the beautiful finger food they have kindly put out for you while you eat. Calamari, olives, breads, pastas and much more. It is amazing that this array of food is put out for anyone who is drinking. While being polite with Jenn and Don as the dinner the girls have prepared is waiting for us, we head home to enjoy a night of good food and ...
... for the
oldest member of the group due to way to much alcohol. Dancing to a
heavy beat as the pain from my heels stabs the bottoms of my feet and
shot up my legs, I take a second to consider sitting down but that
thought quickly evaporates when you have to pay for a table to sit at
or when you realize how much it will suck to stand back up again
afterwards.. oor when you realise how much fun you ...
My time in Milan was spent walking around, visiting museums, photographic exhibitions, eating
amazing meals, drinking good micro brewery beers and getting to know Cristina's friends and lifestyle.
I even got to see 'The Last Supper' by Leonardo Da Vinci. This was an amazing surprise from Cristina as it's usually a few months waiting list to get in. They only ...
... of Italy, and as per my previously mentioned rules about traveling in Italy, look up, because up above surrounding the beautiful glass domes of the Galleria are more mosaic art, seriously, there's not a blank wall or floor in this country, everything is designed to please either your sight, your sense of smell or your palette or all your senses in one go! It's going to be exceedingly hard to top.
We came out of the Galleria into the ...
... the Naples area, anyway) because there is so much more to the wonderful Italian cuisine than some tomato sauce and cheese on dough, and I want to sample as much as possible, but unfortunately it is just so bloody cheap.
Almost everywhere you go you can find a Margherita for €4.50 (about £3.75-4) and they don't skimp on the size, either. Slightly more complex pizzas are barely more expensive. I have been endeavouring to cook for myself ...