I've recovered from two terrible head colds and a round of the stomach bug. #theworst
That means I've finally been able to get out of my apartment and enjoy some of the blue skies and spring air.
I sampled gelato from two more of the gelateria's on Swide's list of the best in Milan.
I stopped by Attimi di Gusto a few weeks ago. They definitely had some unique flavors on hand, but I stuck with some more traditional favorites of mine. A lot of the gelato here appeared to be made without milk, and the gelato was felt 'icier' than I prefer, so this place doesn't quite hit the top of my list.
|pistacchio e nocciola (I think! struggling to remember my 2nd flavor!)|
|pistacchio e caramello salato|
And probably should have.
I took time to wait in line at Luini's for a panzerotto. (Have we discussed Luini's before?) You just must stop here when you are in Milan. I generally stick with a classic choice of tomato and mozzarella, fried. (They offer baked options, for you health nuts.)
|There's always a huge line.|
Thankfully, it moves along quite nicely.
Caitlin and I rode bikes through the city. (We're warming up for our trip to Amsterdam later this month.)
|Caitlin and her teddy!|
I finally made it back to the Saturday market on Via Tabacchi and bought both cut flowers and some to plant in my flower boxes.
with my favorite avett brothers line created by The Oyster's Pearl