An interesting and delightful account of the lemon groves that cling to the staggering cliffsides along the Amalfi Coastal Highway.
Each table has its own little glorious blossom in the small shop on the corner of fab and trendy Nimmanhemin Road and my Soi 6. “Smoothy Blues” it is called.
La Bottega di Assu has become one of my most favored addresses in Italy. Within proximity to the storied Umbrian towns of Assisi (of St. Francis) and Spoleto (of the annual summer music festival, the Festival of Two Worlds) you’ll find the charming village of Bevagna.
Do you pine to Live Luxuriously? Do you dream of that kind of essence in your life? Or, perhaps you have discovered your own character of luxuriousness … that it is, as you had often wondered and considered, actually found already within you.
Are you an epicurean? Are you a culinary connoisseur? Or, are you one who just enjoys the simple though elevated occasions of food artfully prepared, presented, and savored? Well then, may I share with you some stories of an historical and iconic restaurant in Rouen in the heart of the Normandy of France.
It is quite easy for me to think that I just might visit Phnom Penh again -- just for the pleasure of staying at the Anise once more.
Au Bougnat has earned high marks and accolades from travelers and locals alike. While only steps away from the touristy tables on the larger street, Au Bougnat has considerably fine cooking and presentation offered for pocket-friendly pricing in a petite and most comfortable ambiance.
I have read that if you want to see a place that still sets out a true view of the rapidly diminishing small Asian towns of old, that you should rush to Luang Prabang, Laos.