Rome, la dolce vita and a few addresses to try

Ciao bello, Ciao bella, This year, I’m finishing my masters, and just before I started my internship, I went to Rome with my loved one for a long weekend. We explored the city with seven hills. We walked for 15miles every day, and ate for 3 to complete our exploration of the city, obviously. It was my second time in Rome. And this time, I was better acknowledged as to where we should stay, the answer : in the Trastevere. We booked an airbnb that was 3min away from the animated part of the neighbourhood, and about 20min walk from the historical centre. We barely took the metro, which was perfect. We could start our days early and come back late afternoon, rest and go out again for drinks and dinner.   M A G N I F I C A What to discover in the historic centre: •SUPPLIZIO, Street…

Mathias Pioton and the potter’s wheel

Hi there, Today I want to take you to the South of France, in Provence, a village called Dieulefit. It’s a village surrounded by mountains, where life is quiet and colourful. There I’ve met with the ceramist Mathias Pioton, owner of T comme Terre. On August 24th, B & I went to his workshop so that he could tell us a bit more about his profession, his passion and also how he arrived where he is now. His workshop is located next to the Protestant Church and the Bureau, which is the only restaurant/ pub opened 7/7 in Summer. T comme Terre is special for its large windows letting a lot of natural sunlight into the workshop. It is really spacious and a lot brighter than others, we had the chance to visit. The stone walls join in a beautiful vault, his work is arranged by colours on dark metallic shelves.…