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AITA for wanting to go home early from vacation

2023.06.07 18:08 MissGMT3188 AITA for wanting to go home early from vacation

I (33F) went on vacation with my friend (36F). My friend lives about 500 km away from me and is virtually on the way to our destination, so I picked her up and we went on to Lake Garda in Italy, which was also another 400 km. We had agreed in advance that we would stay for 4 days at Lake Garda with the option to extend by one day. We had a great time, saw a lot and did a lot of shopping. On our second to last day, I asked her if we wanted to do the extension or if she wanted to go home tomorrow. She didn't want to do the extension, but didn't want to go back until late afternoon the next day, which was fine with me. On our departure day, my mother called me early in the morning and told me that due to a storm, my apartment was under water. Because of this, my vacation mood had dropped to zero and I just wanted to go home. So I asked my friend if we could maybe please go home after breakfast, for the reason just mentioned. She was not enthusiastic at all and totally uncooperative. I then proposed the compromise that we go home at 2pm so she has enough time to shop. We have to check out of the hotel around 1pm and leave the garage with our car at 2pm. She didn't like this suggestion either but agreed. At 1:30pm I told her that we had to walk slowly back towards the car and she tried to stall for time, whereupon I asserted myself by giving her the choice, she either comes with me or she has to see for herself how she gets home, because I'm leaving now. Finally she agreed and we finally left. Here already the next problem began, she did not want to go so early from the vacation home and now nevertheless extend or go only tonight late home. Then I reminded her that I need at least 5 hours more until I'm home, depending on how the traffic is and I do not want to extend or drive later. Thereupon she was totally cranky and in a bad mood. Normally you can drive around the lake via the expressway, but this was not possible due to an accident and so we had to drive through the villages, which is visually really nice but takes longer. My friend wanted to stop every 5 minutes to take pictures, which I didn't feel like doing. So I suggested we stop right at a restaurant on the lake for lunch and she has the opportunity to take her pictures here. Really nice restaurant with terrace over the lake, lots of flowers, so the total Instagram dreamland. As an answer I got that she is not hungry and she does not want to stop here. So we drove on and I was punished with the silence treatment. Which is more of a punishment for herself, because of the two of us she is the communicative type who always has to talk, I can also just say nothing and listen to music while I drive without making me uncomfortable. Shortly after the Italian border she yells at me to stop because she is sick, which I dutifully do by pulling out at the next rest stop. Here she continues to yell at me that I am a bad friend, because I do not cater to her needs and ignore her. She is sick because she is hungry and I would not stop, not that I had offered her 1.5 hours ago. To keep the "peace" I apologized to her and invited her to dinner. That appeased her a bit and we could continue afterwards. The mood was still not the best. Finally we arrived at her home at around 9 pm. I helped her to bring in all her luggage and said goodbye to her and told her that I will contact her when I arrive at home and we will talk on the phone in the next days. Due to the traffic situation, I also finally arrived home 7 hours later where I was greeted by pure chaos. I wrote to my friend that I arrived home well and will get back to her later. In the afternoon after a detailed damage analysis I sent her pictures of my water damage. I can renovate my entire apartment, my wooden floor and almost all my furniture are broken and need to be replaced, the walls are damp and need to dry and then be replastered, it really sucks. As an answer from her to the pictures came, that I should not make such a fuss and that all this is not bad at all and still no reason to go home early from vacation and that she must think about whether she will go on vacation with me again if I make such a drama out of everything. I'm starting to really doubt myself and wonder if I'm the problem here or if I should rethink my friendship with her. Was it really too much to ask to go home "early"?
For general info, I am an extremely calm person, even when I get upset I am not the type to yell at other people. I always try to find a compromise so that in the end everyone is happy. However, I increasingly feel like everyone's doormat when I don't want to argue or engage in discussions that lead nowhere. I love your podcast and really appreciate your help.
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2023.06.07 18:08 Haidermiz Best restaurants in Jeddah for dinner with my friends?

Restaurant with the best vibe and best food (excluding Japanese, Chinese and Italian cuisine). Budget no issues.
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2023.06.07 16:36 inveritas1977 Evan Funke's (Filix / Mother Wolf) 5 hour ragu at home

Here is the video and full write up: https://italyinbocca.com/in-bocca-film-blog/2021/3/24/the-best-ragu-recipe-ever-evan-funkes-bone-marrow-bolognese
By far the most delicious and amazing Ragu I've had, Evan's Ragu Bolognese from HBO's Selena + Chef absolutely nocked our socks off. Didn't hurt that we had fresh pasta from Osteria La Buca, bread from Tartine, beautiful cast iron from Butter Pat industries, and a lovely selection of drinks from The Bruery and Hanson's of Sonoma to wash it all down. Recipe below. 2 ½ Pounds Beef Chuck 2 ½ Pounds of Beef Bone Marrow (About 5 Bones Cut Into 2-Inch Pieces) 1 Large Yellow Onion, Peeled And Diced Large 3 Stalks of Celery, Diced Large 1 Large Carrot, Peeled And Diced Large 3 Ounces Rendered Pork Fat 2½ Ounces Pancetta 4 Ounces Prosciutto Di Parma Kosher Salt, To Taste 1 Teaspoon Black Pepper 1½ Cups Of Sangiovese (Or Another Dry, Fruity Red Wine) 2 Cups Tomato Passata* 2 Cups Chicken Stock *Passata is an uncooked tomato puree that has been strained of skins and seeds. You can purchase from a grocery store as “strained tomatoes” Set up a meat grinder attachment for a Kitchen Aid Mixer, if you don’t have one you can ask your local butcher to grind your meats for you. Begin ragu by grinding chuck into a bowl, set aside. Grind remaining meats: pancetta and prosciutto into another bowl, set aside. Grind all the vegetables in the meat grinder into a bowl. Alternatively, if you don’t have a grinder, pass them through a food processor, pulsing until fine. Heat a la Heat a large, heavy-bottom saucepot (about 5-quart Dutch oven) over medium-high heat. Melt pork fat, adding prosciutto and pancetta, cooking until rendered, about 4 minutes. Add ground veggies and stir. Cook the vegetables, stirring frequently until a sweet aroma forms, around 15 minutes. Add the ground beef, season generously with sea salt and black pepper. Mix the meat with the vegetables with a wooden spoon. Cook for 4-6 minutes stirring occasionally, once you see the juices start to run, add red wine and stir to incorporate. Once you see a whisper of steam, add the tomato passata and stir to incorporate. Reduce heat to low and gently. Add the stock and reduce heat to low. Gently simmer sauce, a gentle bubble every minute. Taste. At this point it should taste slightly under seasoned. As it reduces the flavors will intensify. Cook for 3-5 hours stirring occasionally every 15 minutes or so, until the beef and pork are tender and flavors are concentrated. Taste sauce again, re-season and remove from heat. Sauce will keep in fridge for up to 7 days and in a freezer for up to 6 months in an airtight container.
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2023.06.07 16:07 hnqn1611 TOP 10 Things to do in ROME - [2023 Travel Guide]

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NUMBER 10: Roman Forum & Palatine Hill The Roman Forum developed gradually over many centuries from what was a swampy lake collecting water from the surrounding hills. The forum was the center of public life in ancient Rome. Located next to the Colosseum and surrounded by government facilities and other important buildings – it was the venue of major public events such as elections, criminal trials, processions, or public speeches. We all probably heard about the legend that says Rome was founded by Romulus, who killed his twin brother Remus after the two of them have been raised by a she-wolf. Romulus is supposed to be buried under the Roman Forum. After the fall of the Empire, the Forum was neglected. It was used as a meadow for livestock and got the nickname Campo Vaccino, meaning Cow Field. The site was first excavated in the 18th century and is now an enormous open-air museum featuring relatively well-preserved ruins of old buildings. If you don't have time to visit the area, you can see a big part of the forum from the public street above. Don’t skip Foro di Traiano and other interesting buildings just across the street. Located above Roman Forum, you will find Palatine Hill, one of the seven hills of ancient Rome. The settlements on Palatine Hill date back as far as the 10th century BC. Today you can visit an impressive collection of archaeological sites from different eras of ancient Rome. According to a legend, the she-wolf that took care of Romulus and Remus lived here. Don't skip impressive views of the entire Roman Forum from terrace on Palatine Hill.

NUMBER 9: Colosseum Located right next to the Roman Forum, you will find Colosseum – the largest amphitheater ever built. Construction of this remarkable structure was completed in the year 80 and was made using stone and concrete to demonstrate Roman building techniques to the entire world. The amphitheater was a gift to the people of Rome by the Flavian Dynasty to gain their popularity. In fact, for that reason, the emperors organized significant events in the Colosseum, and they were free to attend, and sometimes even free food for the visitors was provided. Colosseum was used for gladiatorial combats, animal hunts, executions, re-enactments of famous battles, as a stage for theatrical performances, and other public spectacles. While the structure still stands earthquakes damaged it over the years.

NUMBER 8: Altare Della Patria Altar of the Fatherland or Altare Della Patria in Italian is a large monument built on top of a part of Capitoline Hill. The monument was built in honor of the first king of unified Italy, Victor Emanuel II, and is, to this day, actually the largest monument in Rome. The construction began in 1885, but the monument was not completed for another 50 years. The construction of Il Vittoriano, as it is also called, was controversial because it included destroying a large part of Capitoline Hill's Medieval neighborhood. You can climb the monument, see the tomb of the unknown soldier, visit the museum of Italian Unification, and complete your tour by visiting an impressive terrace with amazing views of Rome.

NUMBER 7: Villa Borghese Gardens Villa Borghese is a large public park comprising several buildings, villas, museums, a zoo, and other attractions. The park is located close above Piazza Del Popolo, one of Rome's main squares. The garden was created in 1605 from a former vineyard. In the 19th century, the park was designed to its current form and was purchased by the city of Rome for public use. Terrazza del Pincio, located at the south of the park, offers one of the best panoramic views of Rome. Villa Borghese offers an array of activities: you can rent a boat on one of the lakes in the park and row around the inspiring Temple of Asclepius, visit the Waterclock at Pincio, or stop at one of the open-air restaurants and cafes. Terrazza Viale del Belvedere, situated close to Casina Valadier, offers another beautiful view of the city. Don't skip other impressive gardens and parks in Rome. Check our travel guide for more suggestions. BTW, our mobile-friendly travel guide covers the top 20 things to do in Rome and things to know before you visit, including maps, opening hours, links to buy tickets, itinerary suggestions, and other information. By purchasing our travel guide, you are also helping us sustain this channel, so a big thank you for that!

NUMBER 6: Piazza Navona and the underground ruins of the Circus Agonalis Piazza Navona is a Baroque square from the late 15th century that features several impressive statues and fountains from Baroque architecture. The square was built in the 1st century on a former Dominitian's stadium, now, the ruins are a part of the Unesco World Heritage. The stadium was used for athletics competitions known as "Circus Agonalis" or the competition arena. You can still recognize the square's unique shape and visit the ruins of the stadium 4.5 meters (15 ft.) under Piazza Navona. Later in history, the square turned into a lake during the summer to stage famous naval battles. There are even some legends about ghosts who wander around the square.

NUMBER 5: Trevi Fountain and underground labyrinths Stretching 86 feet or 26 meters in the air, Trevi Fountain is one of the most famous fountains in the world. The fountain was built on the façade of a palace in 1751. The water for the fountain was delivered from Acuqa Vergine, one of Rome's aqueducts, and was considered the purest water you can drink in Rome. The legend says that whoever drinks the water from the fountain or throws a coin in it will return to Rome. By the way, nearly 700,000 euros worth of coins are tossed into Trevi Fountain each year. Don't skip the remains of a Roman house and aqueduct. Vicus Caprarius located just around the corner of the Trevi Fountain, is a system of underground labyrinths from the Roman Times, offering insight into ancient Rome's life, engineering, and ingenuity. It was a part of the complex Virgin Aqueduct that supplied potable water to the city, including Trevi Fountain.

NUMBER 4: Spanish Steps Spanish Steps are a colossal stairway of 135 steps connecting the Spanish Embassy with the Trinità dei Monti church. The steps were built in the 18th century by a French diplomat and took only two years to complete. As the widest stairway in Europe, Spanish Steps quickly gained recognition and eventually became one of the main Roman attractions. According to the tradition, sometime during the spring, part of the steps are decorated with flowers, making an extraordinary sight. At the bottom of the Spanish Steps, there is Piazza di Spagna with the famous Fontana della Barcaccia, dating back to the early Baroque period. Check our Rome 4K walking tour with closed captions to get the full experience, including bohemian Trastevere, and other major sights and hidden gems. The link is in the description.

NUMBER 3: Pantheon Pantheon is a former Roman temple constructed in the second century AD by the Roman Emperor Hadrian. In 609, Pantheon was given to the pope and was converted into a church. Pantheon is the best-preserved ancient Roman monument. Its impressive concrete dome features an oculus in the center which serves as the primary source of natural light. Since there is no glass covering the oculus when it rains, the floor gets wet. Still, because of an ingenious system of 22 well-hidden holes, the water quickly drains away.
NUMBER 2: Baths of Caracalla Bathing was a part of daily activities in Roman culture, and baths were the central part of Roman urban architecture. The impressive and vast complex of the Baths of Caracalla, which is now only the ruins, was built between 212 and 216 by the Roman Emperor Caracalla to gain popularity. People of different social classes came to the baths every day, not only to bathe but also to socialize. The Baths of Caracalla even featured an entire public library. However, the baths also hide a darker side. In the underground tunnels, hundreds of slaves worked in extreme heat to keep the water warm all the time. If you like ancient public baths, don’t skip Baths of Diocletian. This video is sponsored by Beeyond, helping you save space and organize your suitcase. A revolutionary new way to organize your luggage consists of a set of small and large packing cubes. Once you’re done packing, just compress the air out of your packing cubes like this, and voila, your clothes are compressed and your luggage is organized. We use Beeyond packing cubes on our travels, and they are even designed to fit your carry-on. Visit Beeyond’s Amazon page to get your own compression packing cube set. The link is in the description.
NUMBER 1: Vatican City Covering an area of 110 acres (44 ha) and with only about 1,000 inhabitants, Vatican City is the smallest state in the world by both area and population. The official name is Vatican City State, and it has been the pope's residence since the year 1377. While the central area is closed to the public, there are many attractions to see, for example, St. Peter's Square and Basilica which are impressive examples of Renaissance architecture. Visit Vatican Museums, displaying a collection of 20,000 works of art. Don't skip Sistine Chapel and one of the most famous frescos in the world, The Creation of Adam, painted in the 16th century by Michelangelo. And here is the bonus that we promised: Did you know that Rome has its own pyramid dating back 2000 years? During the city's rich and diverse history, Romans constantly explored new places to bury their dignitaries. As a result, Rome is also full of mausoleums and crypts worth exploring, such as The Pyramid of Cestius, an ancient pyramid built around 18–12 BCm a tomb for Gaius Cestius. Did you know that Rome actually had two pyramids build as tombs? Meta Romuli was also build in the 1st century was demolished by the 16th century. Castle Sant'Angelo, Hadrian Mausoleum that was later used by popes and as a fortress and a castle. Mausoleum of Augustus, and others. And did you know that there is an area just outside the city center called Appia Antica Park or Appian Way Regional Park with the 2,300-year-old Via Appia road? Here you can find several of the underground burial grounds - Roman catacombs. While there are over sixty catacombs in Rome, with over 180 miles or 300 km of underground passageways, only some are open to the public. Continue to our video on what you should know before you visit Rome.
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2023.06.07 15:19 Andrea_aptus_ai Daitomic Chat, una chat AI per parlare con la legge - AMA

Ciao a tutti e grazie ai mod per l'opportunità di postare!
Sono Andrea e lavoro in una startup italiana che si occupa di AI applicata al campo legislativo. Da ormai un paio d'anni lavoriamo a una soluzione che mira a uniformare e democratizzare l'accesso alle leggi. Si tratta di un software, chiamato Daitomic, che integra in automatico, tramite modelli di AI, praticamente tutte le fonti normative italiane e dell'Unione Europea in formato machine readable.
Ora, perché sto scrivendo qui, vi starete chiedendo?
Negli ultimi mesi abbiamo lavorato a una soluzione per chi solitamente mastica normativa o ha necessità di consultarla: si chiama Daitomic Chat, un servizio di Conversational AI integrato all'interno del nostro software tramite cui è possibile chattare con la legge, chiedendo direttamente le informazioni legali che si stanno cercando. Il funzionamento, come per ChatGPT, è molto immediato, ma il contenuto e la qualità delle risposte sono nettamente più affidabili e aggiornati. Questo perché vengono elaborate sulla base di un'analisi preliminare tramite AI e successivamente da una parallela ricerca di informazioni all'interno del nostro database già allenato su questi dati.
Per dirla in modo più semplice, diamo in pasto a ChatGPT un layer di conoscenza aggiuntivo già allenato che riduce gli errori e le risposte più vaghe.
Può essere utile ad esempio per:
E tante altre soluzioni... Vi lascio nei commenti il link per chi fosse interessato ad accedere alla beta e rimango disponibile a rispondere a tutte le eventuali domande e curiosità qualora ne abbiate! (tecniche e non).
Mi piacerebbe imbastire una discussione con chi mastica normativa quotidianamente!
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2023.06.07 13:03 jatingill city pizza arnstadt

Are you craving a delicious pizza made with rich, fresh ingredients in Arnstadt? If yes, City Pizza Arnstadt will be the best choice for your craving. It has a reputation for flavourful Italian fare, there are plenty of great pizza varieties they have in their menu. If you are looking for an authentic pie made of freckled crust, sumptuous tomatoes and fresh toppings – City Pizza has got you covered, where you can find the best pizzas in Arnstadt. It’s no wonder this is the best place to get a slice of pizza.
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2023.06.07 12:56 jatingill bittus pizza leipzig

Bittus Pizza Express is the one of the best restaurants in Leipzig where you can enjoy authentic Italian delicacies at home. It is a perfect destination to enjoy delicious Italian dishes with your family, friends and loved ones. Their restaurant is famous for its delicious, fresh food and fastest delivery service. Bittus Pizza Express menu has a variety of dishes, such as Beliebte Gerichte, Burgers, Salate, Wunschpizza, Calzone and signature Pizza, as well as a few choices of Nudelgerichte and Chicken-Gerichte Dishes.
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2023.06.07 12:24 Tigrannes Famous Birthdays in History, June 7

Famous Birthdays in History, June 7
1422 – Federico da Montefeltro, Italian condottiero (d. 1482)
🇻🇦 Federico da Montefeltro, was one of the most successful mercenary captains (condottieri) of the Italian Renaissance, and lord of Urbino from 1444 (as Duke from 1474) until his death. A renowned intellectual humanist and civil leader in Urbino on top of his impeccable reputation for martial skill and honor, he commissioned the construction of a great library, perhaps the largest of Italy after the Vatican, with his own team of scribes in his scriptorium, and assembled around him a large humanistic court in the Ducal Palace, Urbino, designed by Luciano Laurana and Francesco di Giorgio Martini.
1502 – John III of Portugal (d. 1557)
🇵🇹 John III, nicknamed The Pious was the King of Portugal and the Algarves from 1521 until his death in 1557.
During his rule, Portuguese possessions were extended in Asia and in the New World through the Portuguese colonization of Brazil. John III's policy of reinforcing Portugal's bases in India (such as Goa) secured Portugal's monopoly over the spice trade of cloves and nutmeg from the Maluku Islands. On the eve of his death in 1557, the Portuguese empire had a global dimension and spanned almost 4 million square kilometres (1.5 million square miles).
During his reign, the Portuguese became the first Europeans to make contact with Japan (during the Muromachi period). He abandoned the Muslim territories in North Africa in favor of the trade with India and investments in Brazil. In Europe he improved relations with the Baltic region and the Rhineland, hoping that this would bolster Portuguese trade.
➖ ** 1561 – John VII, Count of Nassau-Siegen, German count and military theorist (d. 1623)**
🇩🇪 Count John VII was one of the most important military theorists of his time, who introduced many innovations and inventions. His Kriegsbuch contained all the military knowledge of his time, but also many new ideas, which made an essential contribution to the reform of the Dutch States Army by his cousin Maurice. John served in the Dutch States Army, was colonel general of the Palatinate and commander-in-chief of the Swedish army. His reputation reached far beyond the borders of the Holy Roman Empire.
1770 – Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, English politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (d. 1828)
🇬🇧 Robert Banks Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, was a British Tory statesman who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1812 to 1827.
As prime minister, Liverpool called for repressive measures at domestic level to maintain order after the Peterloo Massacre of 1819. He dealt smoothly with the Prince Regent when King George III was incapacitated. He also steered the country through the period of radicalism and unrest that followed the Napoleonic Wars. He favoured commercial and manufacturing interests as well as the landed interest. He sought a compromise of the heated issue of Catholic emancipation. The revival of the economy strengthened his political position. By the 1820s, he was the leader of a reform faction of "Liberal Tories" who lowered the tariff, abolished the death penalty for many offences, and reformed the criminal law. By the time of his death, however, the Tory party, which had dominated the House of Commons for over 40 years, was ripping itself apart.
1848 – Paul Gauguin, French painter and sculptor (d. 1903)
🇫🇷 Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin was a French Post-Impressionist artist. Unappreciated until after his death, Gauguin is now recognized for his experimental use of colour and Synthetist style that were distinct from Impressionism. Toward the end of his life, he spent ten years in French Polynesia. The paintings from this time depict people or landscapes from that region.
1896 – Imre Nagy, Hungarian soldier and politician, 44th Prime Minister of Hungary (d. 1958)
🇭🇺 Imre Nagy was a Hungarian communist politician who served as Chairman of the Council of Ministers (de facto Prime Minister) of the Hungarian People's Republic from 1953 to 1955. In 1956 Nagy became leader of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 against the Soviet-backed government, for which he was sentenced to death and executed two years later.
1909 – Virginia Apgar, American anesthesiologist and pediatrician, developed the Apgar test (d. 1974)
🇺🇸 Virginia Apgar was an American physician of Armenian ethnic background, obstetrical anesthesiologist and medical researcher, best known as the inventor of the Apgar Score, a way to quickly assess the health of a newborn child immediately after birth in order to combat infant mortality.
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2023.06.07 12:12 Dependent_Tomorrow16 punizione per aver omesso il fatto che ho un figlio minorenne e l'"atto di assenso a favore dell'altro genitore" al momento della richiesta del passaporto

throwaway per ovvi motivi
Ho un figlio in Germania, la madre del bambino ha la custodia esclusiva. Pago gli alimenti. Non so dove vivono esattamente e come potrei contattarli, dato che gli alimenti passano attraverso l'ufficio di assistenza ai giovani.
Non vivo più in Italia. Per quanto ne so, nessuno in Italia sa che il bambino esiste.
Ipotizziamo che io abbia mentito quando ho richiesto il passaporto e non abbia informato le autorità italiane di avere un figlio. Pertanto, non ho il consenso della madre del bambino per richiedere il mio passaporto, necessario perché il bambino è minorenne.
Quali conseguenze devo aspettarmi in un caso del genere, se viene alla luce?
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2023.06.07 12:10 No_Brief_3349 What Are Some Classic Summer Fragrances That Have Stood the Test of Time?

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2023.06.07 12:03 wazzzupbaby444 Lazy boyfriend trip to rome with girlfriend

Hello everyone, my girlfriend told me to make an nice experience in rome with her. So i asked chatgpt but i dont know if its reliable...

I need the best italian food experience avaliable in rome

For a romantic and memorable dining experience in Rome, here are some restaurants known for their ambiance and exceptional Italian cuisine:
  1. Aroma: Situated near the Colosseum, this Michelin-starred rooftop restaurant offers stunning views of the city along with a gourmet menu that combines traditional Italian flavors with modern techniques.
  2. Il Pagliaccio: This two Michelin-starred restaurant in the historic center of Rome offers a sophisticated and intimate setting. The chef creates innovative dishes that showcase the best of Italian ingredients.
  3. Ristorante Aroma at Palazzo Manfredi: Located near the Colosseum, this upscale restaurant offers a refined atmosphere and panoramic views. They serve a creative menu featuring both Italian and international dishes.
  4. Mirabelle: Situated on the rooftop of the Hotel Splendide Royal, Mirabelle offers breathtaking views of Rome's skyline. Their menu highlights seasonal ingredients and traditional Italian recipes with a touch of modern flair.
  5. Il Convivio Troiani: This elegant restaurant in the heart of Rome's historic center is known for its impeccable service and inventive cuisine. They offer a tasting menu that showcases the chef's culinary skills.
  6. Palatium: Located near Piazza Navona, this restaurant and wine bar focuses on showcasing the best of Italian regional cuisine. They offer a wide selection of wines from all over Italy to complement your meal.
  7. Metamorfosi: Situated in the Parioli neighborhood, this Michelin-starred restaurant offers a contemporary dining experience with artistic presentations and innovative flavors. The tasting menu provides a culinary journey through Italian cuisine.
These restaurants provide a combination of excellent food, romantic atmosphere, and memorable experiences that will create a lasting Italy memory for you and your girlfriend. Remember to make reservations in advance to secure your table. Enjoy your time in Rome!

  1. Trattoria Da Danilo: Located near Termini station, this family-run trattoria serves traditional Roman dishes with a focus on quality ingredients and homemade pastas.
  2. Armando al Pantheon: Situated near the Pantheon, this historic trattoria has been serving classic Roman dishes since 1961. Their menu features specialties like cacio e pepe, carbonara, and abbacchio (lamb).
  3. Roscioli: This renowned delicatessen and restaurant offers a wide range of gourmet products, including cheeses, cured meats, and wines. Their restaurant section serves Roman classics and innovative dishes.
  4. La Pergola: Located inside the Rome Cavalieri Waldorf Astoria hotel, this Michelin three-star restaurant offers an unforgettable fine dining experience with breathtaking views of the city. The menu combines traditional Italian flavors with creative techniques.
  5. Da Enzo al 29: Situated in the Trastevere neighborhood, this cozy trattoria serves authentic Roman cuisine. Their menu includes classics like amatriciana, carbonara, and trippa alla romana (Roman-style tripe).
  6. Pizzarium: If you're looking for amazing pizza, head to this popular pizzeria near the Vatican. They offer a wide variety of delicious and creative pizza toppings, served by the slice.
  7. Antico Arco: Located in the Gianicolo neighborhood, this upscale restaurant offers a contemporary twist on traditional Roman dishes. Their menu focuses on seasonal ingredients and innovative flavor combinations.
Here are the answers. Please let me know your best tips
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2023.06.07 10:20 Drooling_Flaps We may assume that our suspect arrived at Pocklington bus station on Friday on the X47 from York. He then pretended to have fish and chips at Railway Street fisheries before proceeding to The Market Tap for a pint of real ale. It is likely that Michaela stood him up and Ed is still in the Tap.

We may assume that our suspect arrived at Pocklington bus station on Friday on the X47 from York. He then pretended to have fish and chips at Railway Street fisheries before proceeding to The Market Tap for a pint of real ale. It is likely that Michaela stood him up and Ed is still in the Tap.
Can a Yorkshire-based Redditor pop in and startle him?
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2023.06.07 09:14 Beautiful_Capital177 Sao ẩm thực Michelin và cơ hội nâng tầm du lịch Việt

Sao ẩm thực Michelin và cơ hội nâng tầm du lịch Việt
Sao ẩm thực Michelin là một trong những giải thưởng danh giá mang tính chất toàn cầu. Đây là sự tôn vinh mà mọi nhà hàng trên thế giới đều mong muốn vươn tới và đạt được. Nhờ có những đánh giá này, họ sẽ thu hút nhiều khách hàng trong và ngoài nước hơn. Do vậy nếu nhìn rộng ra, sao Michelin còn là công cụ hữu hiệu để nâng tầm cả nền du lịch.
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Nguồn gốc của sao ẩm thực Michelin

Giải thưởng về ẩm thực Michelin đã tồn tại từ những năm 1900. Ban đầu, nó xuất hiện như một dạng đánh giá đến từ cẩm nang ẩm thực nổi tiếng The Michelin Guide. Đây vốn là tạp chí xúc tiến quảng bá ẩm thực Anh và Ireland. Dần dần, tạp chí mở rộng việc đánh giá nhiều nền ẩm thực và nhà hàng trên thế giới. Trong từng trang giới thiệu, tạp chí sẽ đặt số sao theo đánh giá dựa theo cảm nhận của chuyên gia. Từ đó, sao Michelin được coi như giải thưởng "oscar của ẩm thực". Trở thành một sự công nhận danh giá mà mọi nhà hàng đều mong muốn có được.
Mua vé eva air đi Mỹ, bạn sẽ được thưởng thức nhiều nhà hàng sang trọng chuẩn sao Michelin. Theo đó, tiêu chuẩn sao ẩm thực Michelin được phân loại như sau:
  • 1 sao ⭐: đánh giá một nhà hàng tốt hơn so với mặt bằng chung trong khu vực.
  • 2 sao ⭐⭐: đánh giá nhà hàng có chất lượng nấu nướng vượt chội
  • 3 sao ⭐⭐⭐: đánh giá nhà hàng đạt đến đỉnh cao của ẩm thực.

Tiêu chí đánh giá sao Michelin của các chuyên gia

Số lượng nhà hàng, quán ăn đạt được sao ẩm thực Michelin rất hiếm. Điều này cho thấy mức độ khắt khe trong tiêu chí đánh giá của các chuyên gia ẩm thực. Cứ mỗi năm, họ sẽ đi đánh giá ở nhiều nhà hàng khắp nơi trên thế giới. Việc thẩm định sẽ diễn ra trong bí mật để đảm bảo tính khách quan cao nhất. Một nhà hàng được trao giải thưởng sẽ phải đảm bảo yếu tố sau:
- Nguồn nguyên liệu chế biến đảm bảo tươi, sạch, ngon có nguồn gốc, thẩm định rõ ràng. Bên cạnh đó, họ cũng sẽ dựa vào những tiêu chuẩn giám định của cục an toàn thực phẩm, giấy chứng nhận để đánh giá tổng quát nhất.
- Món ăn nhà hàng phải hội tụ yếu tố: độc đáo, ngon và đẹp mắt. Độc đáo ở đây để chỉ sự sáng tạo, chất riêng so với những nhà hàng bán cùng một món ăn. Ngon chỉ hương vị, mùi vị cuốn hút. Đẹp mắt nằm ở cách bày trí món hút mắt thực khách. Cả ba yếu tố này sẽ áp dụng cho tất cả những món ăn tại menu của nhà hàng.
- Yếu tố cuối cùng là về không gian quán, vệ sinh quán, thái độ của nhân viên, v.v. Tuy nhiên, đây chỉ là một mắt xích nhỏ trong quyết định đánh giá của Michelin. Bởi lẽ giờ đây đã có nhiều hàng quán với phong cách bình dân được sao Michelin trên thế giới.

Top 4 nhà hàng Việt Nam đầu tiên được trao 1 sao Michelin

Trong tối ngày 6/6/2023, lễ trao giải thưởng sao ẩm thực Michelin đã diễn ra thành công. Ở đó, Việt Nam ta vinh dự có 4 đại diện được trao 1 sao Michelin. Lần lượt là nhà hàng Gia, Hibana by Koki, Tầm Vị ở Hà Nội và Anăn Saigon tại TP Hồ Chí Minh.

Nhà hàng Tầm Vị Hà Nội - 1 sao ẩm thực Michelin

  • Địa chỉ: 4B Yên Thế, P. Văn Miếu, Quận Đống Đa, Hà Nội
Theo trải nghiệm của đại lý eva air, Tầm Vị là một quán rất đáng thử. Đây là nhà hàng bình dân hiếm hoi được trao sao lần này. Nơi này cung cấp mâm cơm Việt Nam hết sức bình dân. Song lại được đánh giá cao bởi không chỉ chuyên gia mà còn nhiều thực khách trên các nền tảng trực tuyến.

Gia Restaurant - đứa con của bếp trưởng Sam Tran

  • Địa chỉ: 61 P. Văn Miếu, Văn Miếu, Đống Đa, Hà Nội
Gia là tâm huyết của bếp trưởng Sam Tran, người được Michelin đánh giá rất cao. Các món đều hợp khẩu vị và rất ngon. Không những vậy mà view ăn khá độc đáo khi nhìn thẳng ra bếp, được nhìn thấy mọi người chuẩn bị đồ - làm đồ - và đưa những món ăn đến tận bàn.

Hibana by Koki - tinh hoa ẩm thực Nhật Bản giữa lòng Hà Nội

  • Địa chỉ: 11 Lê Phụng Hiểu, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội
Hibana by Koki đem đến ẩm thực Nhật Bản trong khách sạn Capella Hà Nội. Đây là nhà hàng Nhật duy nhất của Việt Nam đạt sao ẩm thực Michelin. Bếp trưởng Yamaguchi, với kinh nghiệm và chuyên môn dày dặn, ông đã tạo ra một bản giao hưởng mỹ vị chỉ với những nguyên liệu tươi ngon nhất có nguồn gốc từ Nhật Bản.

Anăn Saigon - đại diện từ TP HCM với 1 sao ẩm thực Michelin

  • Địa chỉ: 89 Tôn Thất Đạm, Bến Nghé, Quận 1, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh
Mua vé máy bay eva air, bạn sẽ được trải nghiệm những món ăn tuyệt vời nhất tại Anan Saigon. Đây có thể coi là năm đại thắng của nhà hàng khi chỉ vừa mới đây lọt top 50 nhà hàng tốt nhất châu Á hồi đầu năm 2023. Đến với Anăn là đến với một sự tiếp cận độc đáo ẩm thực Việt Nam. Hầu hết ở đây là những món ăn đường phố những được chế biến theo kỹ thuật hiện đại. Do vậy, bạn sẽ thấy được hơi thở mới của những gì tưởng chừng đã quá quen thuộc. Một sự tân trang cần thiết cho những giá trị ẩm thực Việt đã nhạt phai.

Cơ hội nâng tầm du lịch Việt Nam

Bên cạnh bốn nhà hàng vinh dự nhận 1 sao Michelin, Việt Nam có tới hơn 100 nhà hàng, món ăn khác nhau được vinh danh. Trong đó, 70 nhà hàng được đưa vào danh mục Michelin Selected (giải đề xuất món ăn ngon). Giải Bib Gourmand (quán ăn ngon với giá cả phải chăng) được trao cho 29 nhà hàng từ Hà Nội và TPHCM. Ngoài ra, ông Yu Yamamoto, đầu bếp Nguyễn Thị Nữ và đầu bếp Sam Tran đều nhận các giải riêng biệt dành cho cá nhân pha chế, phục vụ và đầu bếp xuất sắc.
Đầu bếp Sam Tran nhận giải Đầu bếp trẻ tài năng trong lễ trao giải Michelin
Văn phòng eva air hồ chí minh tin rằng sao ẩm thực Michelin là cơ hội lớn cho du lịch. Trong giai đoạn phục hồi khỏi đại dịch, du lịch Việt Nam cần bàn đạp để vươn lên mạnh mẽ. Giải thưởng Michelin không chỉ khẳng định sự bứt phá của nền ẩm thực Việt trên bản đồ thế giới. Nó còn cho thấy sự nâng tầm của các dịch vụ du lịch ẩm thực Việt Nam. Từ đó thu hút lượt khách quốc tế, thúc đẩy chi tiêu du lịch. Đây còn là lợi thế cạnh tranh của du lịch Việt Nam so với những quốc gia trong cùng khu vực.

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2023.06.07 08:39 PrimroseEverdeym My boyfriend (24M) gave me (24F) the silent treatment AGAIN because he thinks I'm preventing him buying an expensive game

Medyo Long post because of details guys. 5 years na kami sa relationship as BF/GF. We often see each other naman. Not LDR.
I really need your advice kasi I don't know what to think anymore. I feel so invalidated sa totoo lang, pero baka kasi emotional lang din ako.
Please enlighten me if nasa tama ba ko or OA tlga ko I need POVs please. For context, It started sa fact na we had plans tlga na pumunta sa isang place sa Antipolo (Saturday) and I also made a plans na kumain kami sa isang restaurant (Sunday) that weekend. So planned tlga ung weekend namin that time mga 2 weeks ahead. Super excited na tlga ko sa plans na yun kasi sabi nya extension sya ng celebration ng birthday ko and he knows naman excited ako kasi I keep reminding him and researching about the place and it was his idea in the first place. It was also supposed to be celebration of our monthsary, so mahalaga tlga sakin yung plans that weekend sana. But nagcancel sya last minute as in by midnight nung patulog na, bigla nya sinabi na wag na muna kasi narealize nya na may babayaran syang malaking bill. And need nya muna magtipid and ayaw nya gumastos (Fyi, Hati kami most of the times lagi sa expenses or (50/50) sa dates) I also offered na ilibre nlng sya kaso wag na daw and sa bahay nalang daw kami para wala gastos. Muntik pa nga maging away kasi sabi nya di naman daw sya nag tatae ng pera and yung babayaran nya is di daw biro when I said na ituloy yung celebration kahit simpleng kain lng sa murang place or nuod sine. I was upset yes, kasi nilook forward ko but inintindi ko yung situation kasi kailangan. And I understand. Kahit nakakalungkot kasi umasa na ko.
So ayun to celebrate the monthsary, nag suggest sya na manuod nalang kami ng sine na muntik rin di matuloy kasi ayaw nya daw ng gusto ko panuorin (though nung time na sinabi ko gusto ko panuorin yon is nag agree sya..) and Inilibre ko nalang din sya kasi i know na need nya magtipid and it was fine, okay na sakin I was not upset anymore kasi atleast we celebrated. Then, days after that sinabihan nya ako na gusto nya daw bumili ng isang game na kakarelease lang. The game was OP, 6k-7k sya. Gamer kami pareho, and on a normal day papayagan ko naman sya pero kasi sakanya nanggaling na nagtitipid sya kaya nga we cancelled our plans and He told me before na pagsabihan or pigilan sya pag gumagastos sya sa laro ng sobra. Kakarelease lng nung game and we know na darating ung time na magsisale yun, but bibilhin nya na daw once mabenta nya yung items nya sa isa pang laro. So actually naguluhan ako kaya inask ko sya kasi akala ko ba nagtitipid sya? I asked him na kala ko ba nagititpid sya at di sya nag tatae ng pera. Di naman ako galit actually nagulat lang ako kasi sa nga nicancel ung plans then bigla gagastos para bibili ng game. Then he became defensive, bakit daw ba eh pera nya naman daw yun. Simula daw non is wag ko na daw sya pakealaman don binabawi nya na daw yung right ko na pigilan sya. Ang OA ko na daw kasi and para nya daw akong nanay kung mag bawal. Para daw akong asawa nung isang content creator na sobra magbawal kaya kinakainisan daw ng tao panuorin ko daw ung vlogs nila para makita ko yung sarili ko. I got terribly hurt sa mga sinabi nya, kasi unang una di naman pagalit ung approach ko sakanya and wala pa nga ako sinasabi ay pinangunahan nya na agad ako and nakumpara na sobrang maghigpit. Actually and Sabi ko palang is ("Ayy bibili ka agad? Kala ko nagtitipid ka?") he became so defensive in an instant. Napaisip lang din kasi ako sabi nya nag titipid sya and yung plans namin is willing sya icancel.. I get na marami pang next time para sa alis namin but he promised those plans and then but biglang willing sya to buy a game na super mahal? Narealize ko lang din eventually, Ang insensitive din kasi sa part ko kasi parang nareveal na iba priority nya. Nagulat din ako how he reacted and kung ano agad nasabi nya sakin and sa pag compare sakin sa iba dahil lang don. I got hurt so I reacted too and we argued ng tuluyan and then after a few banters he proceeded to just give me the silent treatment, walang notice na need nya mag isip, bigla nalang di nya sineseen ung messages ko kahit alam nyang emotional pa ako.
He likes giving silent treatment. For context ulit, Natiis nya ako ng 1 month before di kami nag uusap dahil sa different issue. I almost broke up with him that time, kasi di rin ako makapaniwala na kinaya nya di ako kausapin ng ganun katagal. Pero sabi nya tatry nya na baguhin. Ginagawa nya parin minsan pag may arguments kami like now dahil sa argument and sa game na to. He is now giving me silent treatment again. 2 days already. Alam nya na ayoko ng ganon kasi nasasaktan ako, and natitrigger ang abandonment issues ko and mental health ko. Kaya I don't know what to feel anymore.
Please guys anong thoughts nyo about this? Am I on the wrong? What do I need to do? Naguguluhan kasi ako.
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2023.06.07 08:19 brunellospizza A Guide to the Best Italian Restaurant in West Babylon, Long Island

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2023.06.07 07:42 SpiritedAd6587 Traveling to Switzerland (lauterbrunnen, Wengen, Lugano) - restaurant reccs?

I'm heading to Switzerland next week, and hoping to get a few restaurants/grocery stores/GF-must-haves mapped out ahead of time. I've got the Find Me Gluten Free app ready to go, and have saved screenshots of the German and Italian celiac travel cards.
For the first few days I'll be in Wengen (just outside of Lauterbrunnen).
The remainder of the time I'll be in Lugano:
Has anybody in this community been to any of those spots? Would love to hear your experience and any places that you loved! Thank you in advance!
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2023.06.07 07:33 nalarobotics Co-founder and CEO Ajay Sunkara sees huge potential manufacturing automation systems for the restaurant industry.

Co-founder and CEO Ajay Sunkara sees huge potential manufacturing automation systems for the restaurant industry.
Food preparation is not easy to automate. "Whether it's salty or spicy, it's a huge variable," says Sunkara.
Legacy automation systems were not up to the task, but Nala Robotics is leveraging cutting-edge innovation to make restaurant automation a reality. "If you introduce artificial intelligence into it, if you introduce vision technology into it, it will be much better -- and that's how we designed our entire company," says Sunkara. "In ancient Indian mythology, Nala is the maharaja of culinary, so we named the company after that."
Nala Robotics started with Indian cuisine because of the complex recipes. "We felt that if we go for Indian, the rest of the cuisines could be a subset of it," says Sunkara.
Debuting in 2021, the company's first product, the Nala Chef, is now capable of making not only Indian dishes but Thai, Chinese, and Italian foods as well. In 2022, Nala Robotics released the Pizzaiola for autonomous pizza-making, followed by the Wingman for fried foods and Spotless for dishwashing.
Each machine's benefits are similar: Restaurants have struggled to hire since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, opening the door for automation. "The pandemic created a huge void in the industry in terms of labor," says Sunkara. "With a robotic solution, our company is able to address that."
Nala Robotics has a demonstration kitchen in Naperville, Illinois, and a pair of campuses in India. About 50 employees are based in Illinois, and about 200 are in India.
Sunkara compares the model to the software industry, with R&D and testing in the U.S. and production in India. "Most of the assembly is done in the U.S., and the fabrication part of it is done in India," he says. "All of the research is done here, and once we figure out the solution, we send it to India for fabrication. Once it's done, we ship it here, we test it here again, and if it's satisfactory, we deliver it to the market."
With plans to both sell and lease equipment, Nala Robotics is ramping up installations in 2023. "We are currently piloting with almost every major chain in the country and across the world as well," says Sunkara.
Challenges: Perception. Most restaurants have no experience with automation, and many consumers are uneasy with the idea of robots in the kitchen.
"There's always the fear that robots are going to take away jobs, robots are going to steal our entire economy," says Sunkara. "Actually, it's the other way around, so educating people that robots are going to improve the quality of our lives."
Scaling is another challenge: "Our concentration will start with the major cities and metro areas, and then going into every small town," Sunkara continues. "That's another challenge of what customers we can serve right now."
Thirdly, Nala Robotics' price point can initially raise some eyebrows, but Sunkara is quick to point out that many restaurants can get a rapid return on their investments in automation.
Opportunities: The market is still nascent, but Sunkara forecasts that 30 to 40 percent of restaurants will utilize robotics in their operations by 2030. He forecasts quick-service restaurants will be the bulk of the market, with about 20 percent of Nala's machines going to fine-dining establishments.
Needs: "With the demand that we have, we are considering having another manufacturing facility in the U.S. for orders that are high priority and for customers who need the manufacturing to be done in the U.S.," says Sunkara.
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