Bologna is an attracting place to me: it is a city pained with the characteristic terracotta red, where you find the skyscraper tall medieval towers and the portico along the street that exist nowhere else; there are tons of shops, which make you wish to have more money and more time to spend; and the … Continue reading Why A Food Tour Is Needed When In Bologna
When the August passed, it feels the whole year is gone. When entering the month of August, the city was suddenly empty. Everybody was out for vacation, and it made you feel strange not to do it. And when I am back from my two-week escape to the seaside, I found it crowded again. Streets … Continue reading Three Reasons I Loved My Summer Trip in Riccione
I adore this period of the year! It is the best time to enjoy times outdoor: weather starts to get warm, sometimes it can get a little bit hot, but still sweet. The days are longer and longer, so an post-dinner slow walk is back onto the daily schedule again! And what makes a casual … Continue reading 3 Foodie Takes and Special Offer from Urban Adventures Florence
Anybody who comes to visit Italy must also come with the money and appetite for the Italian food. No matter if it is a simple plate of pasta with tomato sauce, pizza margherita, or steak Fiorentina over a glass of wine, etc. we kinda expect Italian does it better! And when it comes to Gelato … Continue reading 4 Tips on How to Distinguish Good/Bad Gelato
My obsession to brunch dated back to the days when I watched Sex and the City: putting on a cute outfit, meeting girlfriends on a lazy Sunday afternoon, chatting at a table full of food: bacon, eggs, bread, shrimp, pasta, pancakes, pudding...... and cocktail! I call it occasion of the three F: Friends, Food & Fashion.
When a friend proposed to go for lunch in the fresh market Il Mercato Centrale the first time, I wasn't quite convinced. I've seen similar things in Hong Kong: restaurants in the local fresh market, where people eat fast food sharing tables in the chaos environment. It is nice for experiment, but not for enjoyable … Continue reading Il Mercato Centrale: Cozy Street Food for Everyone
“Where can I go if I'd like to have a snack/ a relaxing break in a quiet and nice environment, and still close to the city center of Florence?” I would say one of the best options is Amble, a restaurant hiding in a small piazza, only 100 meters away from Ponte Vecchio. Locating in … Continue reading Amblé: Oasis Right in the Florence City Center