Brunello Cucinelli spring collection was presented in Italy last year during an exceptional moment for Cucinelli himself. His company celebrated 40 years, and his restoration project in Solomeo was completed.
Another delightful time with the South Coast Plaza boutique managers, getting insider’s look at the hottest trends for Spring.
China is a fabulous place to visit. With more than 14000 Km of coastline, desert and mountains this gigantic country has a lot to offer. This was our first family trip to China and nothing better than start with the capital city, Beijing.
Served with heye bing, tian Mian Jiang and green onions, the famous slow roasted and succulent duck is something that everyone should try. We tried it, and we loved it!!
The food is known for being creative and delicious. The location is well known and desired. So what else could I ask for? Nothing! After walking around the Louvre for the whole morning, nothing better that a good restaurant.
Who doesn’t love to eat different dishes while traveling? One of the greatest things during my trip to Istanbul was the Food Tour. Greeks, Arabs, Persians, and many others have all passed through Istanbul leaving behind their cultural and gastronomic influence, and the result is absolutely delicious. Be prepared for a real eating binge through the backstreets of this city. There are different routes to choose, but we picked the “Two Markets, Two Continents Tour “– check out the website. It starts on the European side at the Karaköy neighborhood, crossing later by ferry to the Asian side’s Kadıköy.
We started by having breakfast at a little place that’s runed by a couple, followed by sightseeing through the mariner market streets, and pit stop for tea. Turkish Coffee and Tea, is something impossible to resist…
At Karakoy Gulluoglu, you will find the best Baklava! Baklava comes from the times of the Ottoman Empire. Today the whole world loves baklava, but let me tell you that nothing is like the ones made at Gulluoglu. I loved it!
Then we crossed the Bosphorus to Kadıköy on the Asian side of the city. There, we tried regional specialties like Mersin’s tantuni, Gaziantep’s lahmacun, and many more that I will never remember the name…