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... a mushroom and cheese bake that was quite frankly, uninspiring. From this point on my senses unfortunately ceased to accommodate anything gastronomic, whether taste, smell or sight related, until it was dessert time. My advice to you wine wannabe’s; allow the waiter to fill your wine glass. God forbid you take white with the rack of lamb.
Between each of the courses, guests mingled amongst other tables or strolled outside to the gardens to smoke or bum around. I ...
... pines which supply pine nuts. Louis actually got her to write down her recipe for pasta carbonara. Riding on the west side of the Tiber River, we saw the wall of the old city and then had a brief glimpse of the columns surrounding the Piazza Pio XII. After crossing over to the east side, we looked across the bridge of angels to the castle of Saint Angelo. Over the next bridge we saw what is known as the "Ugly Palace" which houses their supreme court. The ...
... great to hang out with them and share a fun-filled day with new people.
I don’t like wine, but I actually found some that I enjoyed at an Italian delicatessen on the way home. It was moscato, and I decided to buy it as a (selfish) gift to Lars and Nicole who I will be staying with in Malta.
Joanna and I wandered to Campo de' Fiori in search of a famous bakery that sold Pizza Bianca (fresh mouth-watering white bread with herbs) but it was ...
... headed back to the apartment. On the way we stopped by one of the external stores to have another look at a sword and scarab that LJ had been looking at earlier. I asked the store owner the price of one item that I'd enquired about earlier and he spat it, apparently upset that I was testing him out....silly duffer....he got nothin. Stopped by the kids favourite local store for what I'm sure will be the traditional arvo ice cream. Two ...
The first thing we saw upon arriving was the Colloseum. It was something, coming out of the train station and having this huge, ancient building directly across the street. You had to pinch yourself, am I really actually here? Right outside the Colloseum, in Rome, actually in Rome?!
To get to where we were staying we wandered past the Colosseum, through the gardens where Nero built his golden palace, and then bam we were there. Fancy much?!?
The first night we ...
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