Uno spritz con bitter, aperitivo preferito By Shalimar Born in the Philippines, raised in Europe and globetrotter. Categories Italy food & cultureTravelsWine/Alcohol Etc Post navigation Previous PostPreviousfish market trogir, croatiaNext PostNextfrench street food… socca de nice 18 Comments Toni Negri? Sounds good to me. 😀 Haha! Hi Ate Sha! I really enjoy reading your posts. I keep on learning new things about other countries. Keep it up and thank you for sharing your experiences. Ingats sa lahat ng byahe. May God keep you in His arms always. Now that’s what I call ap Cheers inday! hinaot wa nay samokan deri sa site nimo:grin: Enjoy your vaca there in Florida!!besos i miss Venice! thank you for taking me back there through your pics! Venice? one of my dream place to visit, well at least I can take a look of the place here, thanks for those lovely pics:smile: you look lovely…. I would like a sip of that wine please. It doesn’t look TOO bitter. Is it? Sha….. un altro spritz con bitter per me, per piacere…! Wow, some celebrity chef spotting eh! she’s part Italian I believe… I’d love to bump into Anthony Bourdain! He’s my dream ‘celebrity chef’ date…such a wicked, wicked sense of humour… with a real passion for food. how’s florida waters? Sha, do you know which Gordon R’s restaurant Angela is working? And did oyu visit Gordon’s 2 new pubs in London? I could kill myself when I learned about them on my way back to Holland already (reading a brit magazine while waiting at Heathrow airport.) so that’s Mick pala, tall guy Sha. enjoy Florida, k?! Kisses from Charlie the Pug (^-^) Hi Sha, This entry made me miss Trieste!….Spritz con bitter was my favourite Aperitivo when I used to live in Trieste. Love the bitter taste to it….I think this drink is very northern italian!..love it!…. Am temporarily out of EU now, will be in NYC for awhile…hope to move back to that continent soon though! Love the lifestyle there. Bea I like it chilled. I’m fascinated with the surroundings and people… yes toni love … one day di ba you will visit venice ah thats what we did we sat there had drinks and watch the world go by but also in my case i sit down in some corners and observe the people daghan salamat iday…. angela harnett has italian heritage yes…. yes why not bourdain. Mama stel sent me his cookbook by the way just did not have time (yet) to experiment… florida… am dying soon of boredom we are in a private marina with nobody else are around except us… and my crew mates are not into food much … oh well warm though Beautiful pictures and great place! Cheers, Rosa Hey Sha, Your post is very timing, as I am having second thoughts of hopping over from Nice to Liguria (Portofino and Cinque Terre) at the end of the month due to the cold weather and having to fly back from Pisa at a time not convenient with my schedule. My Italian colleagues were telling me its not really that cold, but mild – what do you reckon? But, I am still haunted with the Italian culture, sights, food, and the sphere – its just so strange, guess Italy does that to some people, or perhaps a lot of people? Will need to make a decision soon… Maybe you can give me tips on great restaurants in Antibes. I am definitely checking the market there, said to be a ‘must see’ and ‘must experience’. -DP hi! nice pics. wonder when i get to see italy. hopefully, next year. Leave a ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.