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I know I should have asked...

by clouds111

I know I should have asked when I was there but can anyone tell what the orange drink was that everyone seemed to be drinking? It was drunk with ice in large wine glasses? It has been bugging me ever since I came back!

Thanks :)

Re: I know I should have asked...

by bekerovka

I believe that you are speaking about the SPRITZ, a typical appetizer of the Italian northeast. Ingredients: 5/10 Prosecco, 3/10 of Aperol , 2/10 of sparkling water, 1 slice of orange, ice but every city has one typical recipe of it and the ingredients can change: someone uses the Campari and not the Aperol
Ciao, Marco

Re: I know I should have asked...

by effeti

It was probably at aperitive time (or after dinner), right?
It was an aperol-spritz (or sprizzato)
Aperol (a light orange spirit) google for more
White whine (still, or a slightly sparking prosecco)
Soda water

I have a tip in my verona page on the sprizzato thing.

Delicious introduction to a meal!

Re: I know I should have asked...

by bekerovka

Francesco, e quando ce la facciamo noi una Spritz-hour?
Noi qui lo preferiamo col campari... lo so che รจ un abominio ma che ci vuoi fare...
Ciao, Marco

Re: I know I should have asked...

by clouds111

That must have been it! Thanks guys, will have to try one next time :)

Re: I know I should have asked...

by hawkhead

That would be a spritz with aperol. The spritz with campari is a depp pink colour i.e. the colour of campari. In Venice they seem to do 1/3 1/3 1/3 proportions!

Re: I know I should have asked...

by effeti

Campari, orrore!!! Scherzi a parte, Marco, col Campari non l'ho mai provato, ma in compagnia si fa tutto, no?
Alla prima occasione, allora!

Cheers to you all, fellows!

Travel Tips for Verona

Panoramic view of the city

by croisbeauty

The eastern part of the city which rises on the left bank of the Adige river.
In this part of the city the most significant spots are: The Roman Theatre and Archaeological Museum, Palazzo e Giardino Giusti, The church of San Giovanni in Valle, The church of Santa Maria in Organo, the church of Santi Nazaro e Celso and Palazzo Pompei (Museo Civico di Scienze Naturali).

Tombstones of the Verona Scaligere family

by chancay

Again thanks to croisbeauty I could correct this page. On the photo you see Tombstones of the Verona Scaligere family. This family was the most powerful family during the medieval times. You see only a little part of the whole imense building here.

Doors - part two

by iandsmith

I'd forgotten they were actually here. I'd come to see San Zeno but as it was drizzling rain I didn't seek my guidebook too often, preferring to rely on what I'd already digested.
So it was that I ascended the stairs at the western end and almost stumbled on them, literally, so awestruck was I.
The lower panel on this one shows the descent into limbo on the left, Christ in glory in the middle and a human head (rather obviously) on the right. The central upper panel is Christ on the cross. What some of the other scenes are about is not entirely clear and the work is the product of three craftsmen.

Aperitivo time!

by Jefie

One of the things I really enjoyed in Italy is that when you order drinks, your waiter usually brings you some chips, olives or other little snacks to go with it. When we found ourselves in Verona on a Friday night, however, we discovered that things could be brought to a whole new level! Along with our usual spritz and prosecco came some bruschetta, frittata, chips, olives and small canapes with ham and shrimp. No wonder people eat dinner so late! Since it was still too early for dinner after that we stopped for another drink at Piazza delle Erbe and this time they had a full-blown buffet set up for customers. Forget about Happy Hour, I'll take Aperitivo Italiano anytime!

Come in August and catch the...

by Krystynn

Come in August and catch the 'Aida' opera. I did. And it's worth every cent of my money even though I don't understand what the actors/singers are singing ('tis ALL in Italian!). I was lucky enough to get middle row seats (quite near the stage).


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