I was very lucky to have a table by the window with an amazing view of the seafront. Continue reading “Seafront dinner at The Beach Deck, Eastbourne”
If you came from a seaside place, this is the period where your friends send you a lot of pictures about what they do on the beach and how tanned they are because in Italy there are 30 degrees. On this case, you have 2 choices: take the first fly for Italy, kill everyone and not see anymore pictures or, much more easy, keep calm and if the seaside will not come to me, I’ll go to the seaside.
This is happened a couple of weeks ago when I decided to take a break from London so I jumped into the train from London Victoria and after 1h35 I arrived to Eastbourne. Continue reading “Beachy Head, East Sussex”
A couple of weekends ago I want to visit a friend in North Ireland and, as a proper tourist, I shouldn’t miss the most popular tourist attraction, the Giant’s Causeway.
The Giant’s Causeway is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1986 and lies at the foot of the basalt cliffs along the sea coast.
This magical place was natural builded million years ago from intensive volcanic eruptions. The breath-taking view of the huge green canyon and nearly-perfect hexagonal column stones. Continue reading “Giant’s Causeway, Antrim, North Ireland”
My low level of Scottish culture is came out again when a couple of days ago my mate asked me where we can go to celebrate the Burns Night.
The answer was easy and clear…”to celebrate what??”.
Burns Night is a celebration of the life and poetry of the poet Robert Burns, author of many Scottish poems and happen on 25th January. Continue reading “Where to celebrate Burns Night in London”
Sometimes you don’t have to travel too far for spend a romantic and relaxing evening.
I went on Time Out website to check which restaurant won the “Time Out Love London Award” and in few seconds the name of the restaurant is came out: Hood in Streatham Hill.
Hood it was part-financed by the community in a crowd-funding initiative and It’s nice to see that the founders, Robin and Melanie Frean, haven’t forgotten the people’s tribute, along the wall, you can find a blackboard with the names of this people. Continue reading “Modern British food at Hood Streatham”
I shouldn’t believe to my eyes when I saw that the old petrol station on Shoreditch High Street is tourned into a food market.
Pump Shoreditch is opened since 14th May 2014 with only 5 different kiosks: Pulled Food, Hao Chili, Gourmet Griffin, Mama’s Jerk Station and Pomme A Terre.
Open everyday from 11am to 11pm, Pump, in more than 1 year, can count on 16 vendors and food for everyone: meat-lovers, vegetarian and also vegan. Continue reading “Disused petrol station + street food market = PUMP SHOREDITCH”
Life is so hard when you are on holiday. After a week my light skin is completely burn so after ages I decide to skip the beach and go out for an excursion to the Cinque Terre (Five Lands) by boat with a friend.
The 5 Terre are a strings of 5 villages long the Ligurian Riviera, and since 1997 were recognized by Unesco Mankind’s World Heritage site. Continue reading “Day out in Liguria: Cinque Terre tour by boat”
I passed days to stalking my friends holidays on the social network with jealous comments ” 😡 😡 😡 ” and now It’s my turn!!!
I’m back home in Italy to visit my parents and old friends to Portovenere (Ligurian). Here’s some Regional Specialities Foods Continue reading “Liguria specialities foods: Focaccia, Trofie with pesto and Farinata”
I was in Carnaby Street with a couple of friends for a bit of shopping when we saw heaven in a corner!
After a very high level chat:
Friend G. “chocolate”
Friend J. “chocolate, I’m hungry”
Friend G. “Me too”
Me. “Get in”
Can I say that Choccywoccydoodah is the best place ever if you are a chocolate lovers and dreamer like me. Continue reading “Chocolate heaven is called Choccywoccydoodah”