What would you do, buy or not buy? Have you tried these products before?
The other week, I went on a little holiday to Rome, Italy. I absolutely love Italy, it is one of my favorite places. I love the food, the language, the architecture, the history… I have travelled across northern Italy but I had never been to Rome before. We saw just about everything. I think one of the good things about Rome is that you don’t have to pay to get into everything, a lot of places are free. The one downside to Rome for me was the amount of tourists, it was packed.. I found it quite hard work trying to get around all of the tourists especially with a push chair. (If you have a baby, take a baby carier, I couldn’t, my baby is too heavy). There is so much to see in this city and I have made a list of all the places I would highly recommend a visit if you have the chance to go.
When I travel, one of my favorite things to do is try the local specialities. So while in Rome, I said arrivederci to the diet and ciao to the pasta, pizza and lovely pastries! Here were some of my favorite places to eat.
As January is nearly over (where has this month gone?!), I decided to share with you my favorites. Sorry I have not posted in a while! That’s another one of my New Years resolutions I am not keeping to, oops…
Here is my list of January favorites!
Living in France, you can’t buy all of those lovely English things you can get back in the UK. I’m talking about the pork pies, the cheese and onion crisps, the Cadbury’s chocolate, the fish & chips, the scotch eggs, the list goes on…
Scotch eggs are very easy to make but a little time consuming. Here’s my take on the scotch egg.