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... não são shitake e fungos que não estão no gorgonzola. São trufas. São únicas. E seduzem pelo aroma que aguçam o paladar. Me envolvo na atmosfera intimista do restaurante ao som de Tom Jobim, fito-as e abocanho o primeiro pedaço que misturava o maravilhoso gosto das trufas ao aroma tentador de não querer parar de comer.
Finda a entrada, chega meu primo piatto. O tão esperado risoto de trufas brancas. Risoto pra mim é como ...
... br> We were now ready to go to Rome from the Fumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) airport. We had read on the official Rome tourism site that taxis into anywhere in downtown Rome were a €40 flat rate. Just in front of the official kiosk for Rome taxis, we were approached by a man offering a taxi ride for us, and when Al asked how much, the man gave him a card showing it would be €75! Another close call with the scammers! So we went to the official taxi counter, and the ...
... the food, there's the wine. The Montepulciano, Chianti, Sangiovese, Orvieto, Vermentino, all of it, delicious and a perfect compliment to all meals except breakfast where espresso rules with all its rich and robust goodness. Needless to say, Italy is another place where I'd recommend a pair of pants with a good amount of elasticity to them. Favorite meals here include our roof deck picnic of meats, cheeses and freshly baked crusty ...
... able to find our group. Around and around we went with the conversation. Eventually another man came out of the "stand" and told us to get in the van as he would take us to the bottom of the street where the buses were. The buses were at the bottom? Well they were...that's apparently where they waited after dropping off the tourists.
We were taken down to the buses and after identifying our bus-driver, we were taken by him back up to the top where I ...
... which were potential pick-pocketers and guys trying to sell buzzy obnoxious bead things... oh Rome. The Pantheon was a first day treat as well- How do they do what they do so well? Saw some tombs of artists while in there- Raphael for one. Where are those other turtles buried? Non lo so. Allora... After our tour ended around 2 PM, we got settled into our tiny hotel rooms and head off to lunch- free time for the rest of the day. Walking around with a group of ...
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