If you remember me, then I don’t care if everyone else forgets.
I can recommend the following that are all close to the Duomo: Al Cantinone (a bit hidden but really good, Via Agnello 19), Acqua di Mare (fish specialties, Via Terraggio 11), Al Mercante (very nice outside terrace, right next to Piazza del Duomo at Piazza Mercanti 17), Boccondivino (excellent fixed menu at 70€, Via Carducci 17), Cucina del Toro (a hidden gem right in the centre, Via Camperio 15), Trattoria Milanese (for traditional Milanese food, Via Santa Marta 11) and La Dolce Vita (quiet and romantic, Via Bergamini 11). But in case you want to do it completely different, you may try the ATMosfera restaurant tram: dining in a classical tram while riding through the city.
this is basically a copy of the london one but here’s korea too? i’ll post pictures and tag you and the like
This sounds interesting. I’m in.
talks to u in the limited japanese i learned from watching anime:
Kono bangumi wa goran no suponsaa no teikyou de okurishimasu
now you know how people with glasses see.
WOAH is this how it really is?
YES THIS IS VERY ACCURATE
when someone takes off your glasses and asks HOW MANY FINGERS AM I HOLDING UP HAHA. yeah. now you understand. you aren’t blind without glasses, you’re just a little out of focus.
I don’t wear glasses but this is still an amazing gif
how am I expected to make real life decisions when I still turn off the lights and then sprint to my bed so monsters don’t get me
tip of the day don’t vacuum with ear phones in because i just finished vacuuming the whole house only to realise it wasn’t even on