Next week I will have the chance to be in Milan for the second time, and that's a good thing. The first time I went it was January and all I can say is, that I was happy to leave. Nothing dramatic happened, except that the weather was awful. I heard that winter in Milan isn't too pleasant, but after all I thought it's still Italy, can't be too bad. The first afternoon was fine, blue sky, I went on top of the cathedral it was beautiful. The second day it was snowing all day, but it wasn't the nice fluffy snow, it was muddy snow. Nevertheless, I am willing to give Milan a second chance.
There are so many reasons why I love going to Warsaw...in the summer, when it's warm. Besides having a lot to offer, another reason to visit Warsaw is that you will feel extremely generous all of a sudden. The exchange rate is around 1EUR = 4.30 Polish Zloty.
Civita Castellana, located in the heart of Italy, is a city about 50km north of Rome. It's a very underrated city, so I thought I would share some pictures with you that I took this weekend.
Personally, I don't know how they do it. Their food is rich in flavor, tastes like heaven and is consumed each time with tons of wine. Life isn't fair, it's not. Here are some nice places in Florence to eat their way.
Anybody who has ever heard of macarons knows most likely also Ladurée. Until recently I even believed only Ladurée was able to make these heavenly tasting pastries. Obviously I was wrong, but I did not know until I tried Pierre Hermé macarons. What makes Pierre's macarons so special? He offers over 250 different tastes. He is a true artist and very particular about his macarons: ‘The outside must be a very thin, crisp layer with an inside that is moist and tender. The flavours are very precise. The texture is very physical – sometimes I put small pieces into the filling so you can see, feel and taste. The macaron Celeste has two fillings.'