Monte Carlo, France
Monte Carlo, France
This post is dedicated to finding the best Napoli pizza in town!
After researching the must-tries, we narrowed it down to three different hot spots. If we had more time we would have gone to eight. Or nine. Or twenty. Seriously, Napoli pizza is that good! It’s also cheap, running around 3-4 Euros for one pie large enough to share. To make the competition as fair as possible, we ordered the Margherita each time.
And the winner is…
For all around best taste, ambiance, and service, the award goes to Sorbillo.
In second place is L’antica Pizzaria Da Michele. This is the pizza shop Julia Roberts eats at in the movie Eat, Pray, Love. While it was almost too close to call, in our opinion Sorbillo had the slightly better flavor.
Coming in third place is Pizzeria Di Matteo. While the pizza was good enough it didn’t beat the other two, and after waiting the longest out of the three to get in, we also waited the longest to be waited on and this made it easily fall into last place.
If you were to search the reviews on these establishments you would find a great number of mixed opinions. The truth is the experiences were almost too similar to rate and so the good news is you would be well off eating at any of them!
Ah, Istanbul, Turkey. Baklava. Warm apple tea.
And my favorite: Turkish coffee. All from an amazing sweets shop in town.
A gigantic mint flavored Hookah inhaled under an exotic lamp.
And to finish up the day? How about some lovely street music performed by a lovely girl.
My mind is lost in the sights, tastes, and sounds of Istanbul, Turkey.
Have you ever been?
St. Tropez, France. A lovely town in the French Riviera, visited by jet-setters, models, and millionaires alike. I didn’t spot anyone famous exiting their yacht, but what I did see was a lot of ice cream. People were actually climbing over each other to yell out their orders in French at the shop pictured on the right, Barbarac. My knowledge of the French language paltry and my keenness of crowds nilch, I only managed to snap a photo and scurry away. To this day I wonder how amazing that ice cream must have been to have caused such a craze.