For any foodies out there, this post is for you. Italy has lived up to Brianna’s wildest food dreams. Pastas, wines, lasagnes, cannolis… it’s a wonderful place. Here’s a few highlights:
The best part of the food is that it’s cheap enough to enjoy it. It’s actually cheaper to get a capacino here than it was in Phuket ($1.60 vs $3.00). Of course capacino was more of a imported craft in Phuket.
Food is more expensive here but it seems reasonable. Pasta is 6-9 euros and, with a $1.13->€1 exchange rate, that still rounds to $7-10.
Pastries are usually 2 euros. Sandwiches are usually 3-4 euros. A slice of pizza is 1-3 euro. We’re eating some of the best food in the world and not even breaking double digits.
If Spain isn’t great, we’re coming back to Italy.