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Here is your Weekly Tweetly!
I am a huge fan of gnocchi. Have even made my own. If you are shy and have never tried it ItalyTravel provided a video tutorial and recipe on making homemade gnocchi.
And speaking of delicious food, Cookie Magazine offers up a quick and easy Coq au Vin recipe in their Shortcuts to Classics feature.
Linda of Parisian Salon spent some time debunking myths involving my beloved Paris.
And speaking of Paris, the fashion capital of the world, Teena from A Night in Paris, takes us designer shoe shopping in the City of Light. Don't forget your stacks of Euros!
The Travel Dudes are always getting around. This time they are talking about food and where to eat in Cape Town, South Africa. Oysters and wine- not bad!
And if you are a world traveler who has been simply everywhere, or looking to travel to lesser known places, Brilliant Tips offers up a great list of 10 off the beaten path places to visit in Europe.
Serious Eats shares their results from taste-testing 9 cheap olive oils. Yeah, it's a tough job folks, but somebody had to to it!
For those US citizens (and a few other select countries) looking to gain dual citizenship with Italy, ItaliaNEWS informs us that it may now be possbile.
And by far, the most popular thing I found on Twitter this week was about how archeologist's in Rome have unearthed Nero's revolving dining hall. I had seen this so often, it would be impossible to give credit to just one person. The info is fascinating, none-the-less.
That's all folks!
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See y'all next week for another edition of The Weekly Tweetly!