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Food in Chiang Mai 4: French and Italian Restaurants

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   Breadtag Sagas ©: Author Tony,  23 July 2015

From the past articles, you will be beginning to gain an idea of some of my habits in Chiang Mai. 1,857 more words

Chiang Mai

La Dolce Vita Eiscafe

Gelateria con proprietari italiani. Non ci sono moltissimi gusti, ma il gelato é ok.

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Eiscafe with Italian owners. There are not many flavors, but the ice cream is ok. 9 more words

Italian Restaurants

Ciao Firenze!

After a hurried frenzy to tidy up our flat and hand over the keys to our host, we finally arrived at the train station. Our contained air conditioned car ride, isolated us from the static heat, and bustle of the streets. 1,000 more words

Foodie

Classic Italian, well worth a drive

Customs House Restaurant & Bar, 57-59 Brougham Street, Geelong. Phone: 5246 6500

Dinner in Geelong?

Sure, why not!

Truth is, since departing the Geelong Advertiser… 783 more words

Melbourne

Ciao Roma!

On passing through the old fort like walls that encircle piazza del popolo one finds it irresistible not to think of Rome’s beautiful past. Standing erect in the centre an obelisk, and in the backdrop two domes- which on later inspection one sees are part of a cathedral. 755 more words

Rome

Moto a-go-go

Motorino, 29A Vernon Street, South Kingsville. Phone: 9399 2121

Motorino has been around for years but we’ve never until now been through its doors.

Not sure why. 478 more words

Melbourne

(1965) Tony Bella Vista Restaurant, Burbank

Went for dinner at Tony’s Bella Vista with David (my husband) and our friend Corey.

-Incredibly cozy, dim lighting and warm smells. Just inside the door is a mural on the wall showing the Italian seaside, and a curtained booth for the cashier with lots of foreign money taped up all over the walls. 1,024 more words