For the brave at heart only! Seriously…If you have previous experience driving through Italy then you know what I am talking about. Drivers will drive on the sidewalks, straight at pedestrians and other vehicles on the wrong side of the street, cut you off and flip you the finger if you get in their way or dare to defend yourself. You can drive a scooter up to 125cc with no motorcycle license required. *Anything 150cc and up does requires a valid motorcycle license. To rent a scooter, you must be over eighteen and hold a valid driver’s license. All major credit cards are accepted as well as cash. Helmets, insurance and bike locks are usually included with your fee and GPS navigation devices can be rented at an additional cost. (Ask if you are unsure). Take a scheduled tour from the rental company such as what they have at Bicibaci.com (They have over 10 amazing ones to choose from!)
*For the first time or those a bit timid, try renting a scooter on a Sunday when it is way less crowded. You will see mostly tourists out and about, or in the evenings during the week. We couldn’t believe the difference with the traffic and crowds on Sundays.
Sketch Artist (Have a Sketch Drawn of you and your Honey):
Want a great idea for something to do as a couple? Why not make your very own batch of limoncello? (Heck, we went so far as to make that and orangello, too!) It takes 5 weeks for the recipe that is in this article. Boy, oh boy! Was it worth it, though!!!
Why on earth would you want to make it, when you can hop over to the LCBO and buy some? Well, for starters, you can tell people you made it from scratch and they will be really impressed. Even more so after they taste it. Some things always taste better when made with love, and if you make it together, it is 😉
Serve it at your next dinner party, girls’ nigh,t or movie night cuddled up on the couch with a cozy blanket together.
This is the recipe we used:
Make this now…and be enjoying some with friends by the 4th of July…cheers!
Wash the lemons well with soapy water, rinse and dry.
Remove the yellow part of the lemon peel with a sharp peeler being careful to avoid any of bitter white pith. If any pith remains on the back of a strip of peel, scrape it off with a sharp knife.
Put the yellow peels in a jar or bottle, add half of the vodka and seal tightly. Leave the bottle to steep until the peels lose their color, at least 2 weeks.
Combine one cup of the water all of the sugar in a saucepan and heat on medium high just until the sugar dissolves. Remove from heat, add one cup of ice cold water and let the mixture completely cool.
Strain the vodka from the peels. I strain mine by wrapping some cheesecloth under a metal strainer and pouring through both; that will remove the large peels and any smaller particles. Once strained, add the remaining vodka and the syrup.
Put the liqueur in bottles, seal tightly and store for at least 1 week before using.
For drinking straight, store the Limoncello in the freezer.
Prep time does not include the time required to age the finished product.
My name is Tracey Manailescu…and I have a shoe fetish. Always have, and I probably always will! Shoes make me happy! Shoes make me giddy! The shoes I am wearing, give me confidence when I am nervous.
What do you think of these beauties for your wedding day, engagement party , bridal shower or bachelorette party? (They can apply to any.) Give your wedding day a boost by infusing YOU into your wardrobe from head to toe. Bring out your wild side! Come on, I dare you. Imagine any of these in your photos!
Warning: Some of these babies will set you back a bit (understatement), but come on! They are so worth it!