I met with an Italian friend of mine for a drink in Treviso yesterday evening. I never once was one to like to go out with friends in the evening.. I guess, its safe to say I was such a “homebody” but that all changed once I moved across the pond.
I think many of you have heard of me talking about my neighbor, Vittorio, who is a single father of two beautiful young ladies. He has a rather large country home with a lovely veggie garden. By day he is a bus driver for the city of Treviso. I keep telling him he should write a cookbook but he’s a simple man and thinks my ideas are silly. Haha!
A lot of people ask me when is the best time to come to Treviso and surrounding areas.. And really it depends on what you like..
I’ve been living in Italy for going on five years now, so I think it’s safe to say I know a thing or two about the Italian Culture, specifically in Veneto. As with every region in Italy (20) there are different cultures, dialects, foods, traditions and so on..
There are some things that the Venetians are known for such as
I love being spontaneous and not deciding on which city in Northern Italy to explore. We just got in our Jeep and headed towards Valdobbiadene. After visiting one of our favorite wineries, Nani Rizzi in which you are always welcomed with a friendly smile and a refreshing glass of Sparkling White wine DOCG. We went towards the direction of Belluno.
I think that trusty weatherman was finally right about the heat that has arrived in Treviso. Wow!! It has been extremely hot and humid this past week and it’s only suppose to get worse.