By Sonja Lee | The Foodie World contributing blogger Upon entering the steam room of the delightful sauna facilities at the Müller’sches Volksbad last weekend, your correspondent came across a woman kitted up in a [Read more...]
Every region of Italy has its specialties. We were in Milan, so it’s almost obligatory to try a Milanese. For tourists, La Vecchia Lira is maybe as close to eating at Nonna’s place as you [Read more...]
In a building that once housed laundries for the local nobility (in the 1700s), El Brellin sits alongside the Naviglio Grande canal, near Milan’s Porta Ticinese gate. Milan is a huge city, as befits its [Read more...]
The food, wine and travel community on Twitter is amazing. In Florence, we had a standing offer to catch up with translator/traveller/sommelier/foodie @ricasoli99 AKA Katarina who said she’d be very happy to show us some [Read more...]
If ever there was a city that catered to the rich and famous, Venice is the real deal, especially some of the swankier luxury hotels. The Hotel Cipriani (in relatively recent times, party central for [Read more...]
While no doubt virtually every Italian in every city here would argue their town is the nation’s food capital, Bologna does have a very high reputation. Greedy Girl and gluttonous husband based themselves in this ancient [Read more...]
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