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My TIPS about what to do and see in Milan, especially about food and beverage.
I spent 5 years in this city and even though I decided to return to my beloved northeast, I left in Milan a bit of heart and life.
If you go beyond the appearances and the usual places, Milan offers very special charms and being a great city does not need to tell you how much it is full of attractions, locals and solutions for all pockets.
So I leave you my list of things not to be missed in Milan – obviously with no order!
1. A MOLECULAR DRINK AT THE “NOTTINGHAM FOREST”
You can’t leave Milan without drink something in this amazing bar.
Dario Comini is one of the most famous molecolar mixologist and barman of the world e create liquid emotions.
Already the choosing of the drink is an experience! The menu is gigantic with dozens of cocktails and as you can see I’m drinking a bathtub, with foam and eaten ducks LOL.
It ranges from the most common, such as martini cocktails in many variants, to molecular drinks, aphrodisiacs or jelly cups;
There are drinks who play with hot / cold, taste and smell, or sweet and spicy, all in one drink! . Do not frighten yourself from the queue that is very often outside the room, trust me, have patience and you will be rewarded!
2. IT’S HIRO! – A JAPAN GIRL IN MILAN
There are a lot of Japanese restaurants in Milan but Hiro (who is also the owner’s name) is the best. Small RESTAURANT in the Porta Romana area has the timeless classic of Japanese cuisine but the TOP is off the menu! Every time it is an experience of new flavors so far away from our kitchen but with simple ingredient as we are accustomed to.
Spaced from meat to fish, everything is worth tasting, even the cakes!
Ah! Hiro’s other charm is the location: it’s in front of a famous vodka bar
3. PRAVDA – THE BISON VODKA
Super-supplied vodkeria, very easy environment and exceptional drinks! The fresh raspberry vodka-sour is my favorite but also after-dinner SHOTS are great. For a top aperitif or a cool night. Only for originals drink lovers. (more…)
A VERY QUICK AND SIMPLE DIY TO CREATE THE PERFECT PALLET SOFA FOR YOUR TERRACE OR GARDEN. 1. The first thing to do is rub the pallet, round the corners and smooth the edges. 2. Now clean them and painted twice with a waterproof paint. […]
I make a very short post just to let you see how I converted an old Zara top that I used to go to the gym.
After a thousand washings was too large and I did not use it more so I decided to cut it and adapt it into a crop-top to use with skirts and high-waisted shorts that are so fashionable now (those of the photos are of Asos).
If you want even realize you and you have an old T-shirt or tank top (which goes down soft), remember not to cut a straight band. I have worn and I pointed with a pin the highest point, at the center of the tank, in the front where I was supposed to get to cutting, then with the chalked dressmaker I drew a half-circle to the sides. In this way they are more long and you can also insert them into shorts.
Now just cut along the line and the top is ready or if is a cotton tank top or a fabric that frays you can easily do the hem.
I liked the idea a lot, I used it all summer! I use it even in winter with an high-waisted jeans, a black necklace and a long black jacket.
I hope I was clear in my explanations: D and I recommend “CHOOSE TO RE-USE”
DID YOU MAKE SOME COOL DIY OR HAVE YOU MADE YOU OWN CROP TOP?
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Grocery shopping is part of the routine of all. But what I try to do it at least once a week to get out of boredom and “I’m doing it just because I have to,” it is buy and cook something NEW. It can be […]
If you’re wondering that a trip to Puerto Escondido in Mexico is what you need, I think this post is perfect for you. Last year I crossed Mexico in far and wide with my sister (that frantic). A nice road trip long three weeks that has led us to the discovery […]
If you are fortunate enough to visit Japan you will notice right away that one of the most charming things are them: the Japanese people.
A famous Japanese proverb says:
七 転 び 八 起 き – nana korobi ya oki –
“Fall down seven times, get up eight”
and the Japanese are like that: stoics, traditionalists, proud but also energetic, enthusiastic, full of life and so friendly and polite than in my travels, I admit, I was many times pleasantly surprised.
So on the day I spent in Kyoto besides visiting the famous city of temples I also took the opportunity to try to make some street photography pics and I must confess that the result is not bad at all (for my level and my constant embarrassment) – Yuppie!
“Their faces are family stories long millennia and their eyes are proudly”.
But their life is curiosity, looking for a size between traditional culture that suffocates them and modernity that bombards and claim them.
The power of tradition is very powerful because while a bad time at most can ‘last a lifetime, the family name and his honor go on for generations.
“Kanpai!” is cheers in japanese.
A nice picture for me is a great memory, every time I’ll watch this pics ‘I will remember moments that would otherwise be lost in my mind.
By sharing these albums I hope to encourage all of you to the discovery, to travel and produce unique emotions and incredible memories that nobody will take you away.
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A quick and cheap way to decorate the walls of the house. In this mini-post I’ll show you how I decorate my bedroom wall so fast through a stencil and spray paint (for interior). So the first thing with tape I stoppered the part of stencils […]