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 No.1118499[Last 50 Posts]

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i am back home in nyc... but i have more photos to share!!

Do you have any questions about places or adventures? Maybe about, Scotland, or Frankfurt, or Italy?

 No.1118500

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Nope.

Welcome back.

 No.1118501

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My final impressions of Italy:

Italy is a beautiful country. It is, however, very messy. The people too, are kind. But one cannot help but also sense, a desperation: it is evident that times in Italy, for Italian people, are not that good.

Italian bureaucracy is byzantine (pun intended), but not in the way that, say, German or Swiss bureaucracy is.

German bureaucracy is difficult to navigate because it is so efficient. Italian bureaucracy is difficult to navigate because it is so disorganized.

The food in Italy is sometimes excellent, but sometimes unimpressive, even at places locals go to.

In Italy, i went to Chianti, Siena, Florence, Cinque Terre, Venice, and Rome.

i loved the Cinque Terre, but noted that it could often get crowded due to cruise ship crowds during the day. i also loved Venice.

The best meals i ate were in Florence. The worst, in Rome. One of my favorite meals though was in Rome: a simple dish of Carbonara. All the other pastas i had in Rome, even at highly rated local places, were not to the standard i would have expected.

Living conditions in Italy are worse even than some 3rd tier cities in Communist China. The internet in Italy is by far the weakest and spottiest i have seen in a developed country.

The historical sights are wonderful, but often not organized well. The Vatican, despite having the most visitors and a huge line, was organized well. The colosseum and Roman forum were not too bad.

But outside of this, museums and things suddenly close. The bus may choose to come late, or early, or not at all. The trains were this way, as well.

There is no obvious tourist pass thing that clearly explains benefits. Museum websites can be nightmarish to navigate, and tickets are often expensive. And sometimes are even on the second page of Google.

i feel, people who loved their time in Rome are not likely to be people like me. Maybe younger people who are there more for the drink and companionship than the food or history may enjoy it more.

The Vatican, i loved... it was a very moving experience.

Florence is a wonderful city, but a little touristy. Siena was like Florence... but felt more authentic.

i liked Italy, but ... left it feeling almost sorry for the people of Italy. Tourists have turned so much of the country into a romanticized (pun intended) playground... and the people seem... i am not sure. Faking a smile? There are tons of truly kind people. Others are trying to grift, and i encountered many. But it seems like a hard living... not quite la dolce vita...

While i was in Rome, a massive garbage fire broke out. The air was terrible smelling and a cloud descended over the city.

https://www.wantedinrome.com/news/malagrotta-rome-faces-new-rubbish-crisis-after-fire-destroys-waste-plant.html

It wasn't even the first big fire Rome has had lately... and it seems clear that things are falling apart.

And despite all this... my sister went to Naples, which she described merely as "messier"


...poor Italy. it is lovely, but i hope conditions may soon improve

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>>1118500
Aloha tracer!! Did you eat today?

 No.1118503

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Welcome back Moony
>hugs

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>>1118503
hi rainbow!

 No.1118506

>>1118501
Yeah, south Italy is basically a third world country. Naples is notorious for having its streets filled with garbage.
Vivaldi was from Venice. Machiavelli from Florence. Beccaria from Milan. Nobody significant came from the south.

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>>1118502
I made hamburgers.

I'll cook some pepperoni to snack on tomorrow in a bit.

 No.1118509

>>1118499
Why did you not burn Scotland down? :D

 No.1118510

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>>1118506
Rainbow that seems a little mean :c

Naples has such good food! And it can also be great.

>>1118507
Hanbaga! Pepperoni!! Do you make your own sausage, tracer?

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>>1118510
It’s the truth. Take it from a half-Italian

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>>1118510
No, too much hassle.

 No.1118513

Oh yay ,I guess we are both back from trips then

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>>1118511
Ohhhh... where in italy? What is other half, rainbow?

>>1118509
...what? why? :c i love scotland...

>>1118513
Did you enjoy, Denmark hell??  Hi esher!

>>1118512
Ohhh... hassle. How about hanbaga?

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>>1118515
I did. I'm surnburnt like all crap, and I've been exhausted all day as a result but yes, I very much did.

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>>1118516
Oh... sunburn?? How did this happen? :c

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>>1118515
My mother is a WASP from Kentucky.

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>>1118515
Hamburgers are easier.

 No.1118520

>>1118517
I'm a pasty Scandinavian and it was three warm summer days I spent almost entirely outside.

Also I forgot sunscreen

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>>1118515
Because im English, they are the enemy :3

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Happy to hear you are safe little moon.

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>>1118518
Oh... but what about italian half? Do you know where in italy?

>>1118519
i see c:

Maybe i too may have hanbaga. i think my mother wishes to have hamburgers for dinner...

>>1118520
Ohhh... but is it warm also, in Denmark? Poor esher :c it must be a bit tough to burn so easy too

>>1118521
...really? i love Scotland though. i grew up around quite a few Scots in NYC! it is also, such a beautiful country with friendly people.

...they did not seem terribly fond of England :c or the jubilee thing

>>1118522
Dawn friend!!

>huuuugs

i am glad to be back, but i wish i could share more food with you!

Gelato!

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>>1118525
Sounds good. Hope it turns out well.

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>>1118525
Nothing is stopping you from sharing anything with me at anytime little moon.

The gelato looks very refreshing on a day like this.
We are just coming off a wedding and heading into a private function so staying very busy.

I might be moving to our bake shop.

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>>1118526
Tracer, do you have, favorite burger place?

>>1118527
So busy.... poor dawn friend

And ohhh bake shop?? Is this good? It sounds neat!!

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>>1118528
https://bethsburgerbar.com/

This one has been the best I've had down here so far. This one is a quad patty with provolone, and 8 slices of bacon. Was a kind of food challenge.

There's a bison burger place near me I want to try, but been dragging my feet about it.

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>>1118528
What a lovely ice cream.

I am interested in doing more with my pastries so I am getting a stage to learn from one of the sous. He has a bunch of positions he needs to fill and I would like to get in on that.

I would be doing early mornings but it would also mean that I get a slight pay raise.

>>1118529
Those fries look on point.
A quad is a bit much for me, but they are killing with the presentation.

Bison is interesting meat, I have only got a chance to work with it once and I remember it being good but I can't recall the flavor all that well. I think I was also focused on the price of the cut and trying to make it work for a menu.

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>>1118531
Very good fries here. They cut and season them themselves. They make the BBQ sauce they put on this one too. I wanted a quad for the challenge but their other burgers are tasty too. Roommate loves the peanut butter burger they make.

Yeah, that's the main reason I'm dragging my feet. I think bison is tasty, but is the cost really that much better than good fresh ground chuck or sirloin? Not fully sold on it.

 No.1118533

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Welcome home moonbug <3

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>>1118532
What is their spice blend?
Is it more of a sweet or vinegar sauce?
Goober burgers are always popular it seems.

Nor am I. Ground sirloin is hard to beat.

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>>1118534
Cajun, little bit of heat to it. Hits just right.
Sweet BBQ, ketchup base. Probably has honey in it, as that's what they use to make their peanut butter sauce.
>Goober burgers
On paper it makes some sense. Caramelized onions, honey/peanut butter sauce. Took some time to perfect I'm sure.

Agreed. But we'll see when I finally make the plunge.

 No.1118536

>>1118535
Love, love, love a proper Cajun seasoning.
Ah, nothing wrong with that. I'm still a Carolina girl at heart.

I've had a few order it.

Nice cookies.

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>>1118536
They don't overdo themselves on it. Rare I can find perfect fries like them around here. Most places do an under-cooked unseasoned steak fry that just depresses me.

Damn straight.

Never been interested in trying it though?

Thanks. This batch I kept for myself, but the next few I sent out to friends and family.

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>>1118537
There is nothing as telling about the quality of a place as fries.
We hand-cut ours and then do a blanch in oil before letting them cool and then going in for a second. Keeps the insides fluffy and the outside crispy.
Season with a mixture of onion and garlic powers, salt, pepper, paprika, and a bit of cayenne.

If you ever find your way to Hemingway, SC it is illegal to not stop at Scott's BBQ. They are a treasure of SC and worth every penny.

I try everything we cook. I have been known to have the "pregnant pallet" sometimes so I do enjoy goober burgers.

I need to make something nice for the lab people at Wolf's work at some point. Maybe eclairs.

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>>1118529
This is such a large burger!!  in nyc, maybe our best burger is the Emmy burger, maybe. But it is 31$ and frequently sells out by early noon :c

>>1118531
That is so neat... a dawn bakery sounds like it would be, the best thing of all!

Dawn's First Light bakery and cafe! If it is open early, this is even more thematic!

>>1118533
Hi groovebug!! it is nice to be home c:

How are you, dear friend?

>>1118535
Ohhh cookies!!

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>>1118538
>We hand-cut ours and then do a blanch in oil before letting them cool and then going in for a second. Keeps the insides fluffy and the outside crispy.
>Season with a mixture of onion and garlic powers, salt, pepper, paprika, and a bit of cayenne.
I love everything that you've just said. It's about getting the basics right. If they can't put effort into doing a good fry, then odds are they won't put effort in elsewhere.

>If you ever find your way to Hemingway, SC it is illegal to not stop at Scott's BBQ. They are a treasure of SC and worth every penny.
Oh dear, is it the one near FIG? Or the one near Hemingway? Edit: Oh derp you said Hemingway. I'll add it now. I'll make it another must on my way up north if need be.

Pfff, apropos title for such foodstuffs I suppose.

I never turn down an eclair. Nor a cookie or especially a perfect brownie.

>>1118539
Oh yes, you showed me a laughably sized portion of BBQ too a year or two back. That quad burg cost about 14 dollars. With fries and a drink.

Cookies, yes. I can send you some for Christmas if you have a PO box or adress you're ok with sending me.

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>>1118539
Away to be good. but home is the best.. or how that expression goes.

Not the greatest due i think the stress and burnout is slowly getting me. but going to see a doc.


Hope chu doing better!

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>>1118540
Only if i may send also in return c: i wish to send, fine gifts

...i still think that bbq portion was sizeable... :c

>>1118541
...stress and burnout?? :c ... are times very tough, groovebug?

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>>1118542
If you want, sure.

>Sizeable
Oh my poor sweet innocent Moon.

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>>1118539
White chocolate and espresso muffins
French omelet stuffed with parsley and brie.
Lemon turmeric pancakes
Polenta made with mushroom stock.
Overnight Oatmeal with golden currants, figs, and apricots, topped with house-made granola and fresh berries.

Open from 5 till noon.

>>1118540
Exactly! Another thing I do is take a walk behind a kitchen. If their backdoor looks like shit then god help you what it looks like inside.

It is closer to FIG but it would be an extra hour drive.

I think so! But then again I got people looking at me strangely for salting a watermelon.

Best tip for eclairs is when you have the choux in the mixing bowl and it is cool enough for the eggs to be added, once you can make a V with a paddle and it stays in a solid mass it is done.

I should demo it one day here.

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>>1118544
Hoh, I'm not familiar enough to just do that sort of thing. But completely understandable.

Hmm. Maybe I can stay the night at the hotel near FIG for dinner, then mull around a bit and hit Scott's for lunch. Thanks again.

My grandpa used to do that. He also ate catfish with just lemon as seasoning. And I'm talking like, 3 lemons.

Yes, yes you should. I always like cooking info.

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>>1118545
It is really easy for most places. Most of the time you will see the cooks coming in and out of it depending on where the walk-in is. Normally close to where their trash cans are.

It is my pleasure.

Ha, so did mine. Did he also enjoy making peanut butter and Karo syrup for biscuits?

I will keep that in mind for the next day I have off.
A good demo for stock-making, eclairs, and maybe roasting chicken and making pan sauces.

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>>1118542
So-so, but dun let my blues harm your warm home returning,

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>>1118501
Kinda gels with my experience. Of the European places I've been to, i liked Berlin the best. Even though others had 'romance'.

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>>1118546
I'll keep my eye out. I always go to the bathroom to check competency.

Let me know if you need any amateur photography of alight homecooked meals. Or any advice on mold or asbestos. I'll happily oblige.

Holy shit, yes actually. Did yours use a smoker he built himself?

Eclairs, please. I wouldn't mind advice on what to do with my leftover pork drippings either though. I make pernil and usually just delegate the drippings to make dirty rice.

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>>1118543
Maybe if you visit nyc tracer, we can go on food tour and you can tell me if things are good or not! c:

>>1118544
Ohhh... that sounds nice. i love white chocolate and coffee! And parsley and brie! And lemon turmeric!! And polenta with mushrooms!!

We can make foraged porcini stock polenta... yummy

It sounds perfect c: it needs... lots of cute plants and also... hm... folksy stuff, like wood and linen

>>1118548
aw... well, i can relate, dear friend. i hope you will let me know if there is anything i can do to help. Okay?

>>1118549
i want to spend, proper time in Berlin. i imagine it will be fun c:

Romance and stuff... i am okay with, i guess. But the romantic, nostalgic nature of France and Italy are not for me, i do not think, either

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>>1118551
Nah. Once I go to Joe's and Katz's deli I'm good.

If there's beef dip sandwich place I'll try it though.

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>>1118550
Also, a very good check to see if they are worth your time.

Of course! Thank you in advance.

Of course, he did! Made it out of old drum barrels that he somehow always had.

Eclairs it is!
Oh honey you have the best weapon there.
So, I would strain them through a cheesecloth to remove any solids from the drippings, and then store them in a container of your choice. Something that always is good for that is homemade gravy. Make a roux and add the drippings and you have an extra delicious gravy!
Or save the drippings and make a sauce from them.
The best way to do that is to reduce the filtered drippings in a pan and add cold butter a bit at a time until it is thick.
Pour over some chops.

>>1118551
I thought you would like it little moon.
As if I could ever open a cafe and have it not be a home for everyone.

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>>1118551
you rest! you better rest after those wild tour adventures you just did!
Thank chu

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>>1118553
>Of course! Thank you in advance.
Anytime.

>Drum barrels
Oh, mine just welded steel into a box 6 feet high and layered wire racks into it so all the meat drippings would fall onto and marinate each other. Still, spooky stuff. Was worried we had the same Grandpa for a second. Did yours sharpen your moms kitchen knives whenever he visited? "Nothing in a kitchen more dangerous than a dull knife."

>Eclairs it is
Excellent, I eagerly await.

Hoh, I SHOULD do mashed potatoes with a gravy made out of that. Would certainly impress. And upset my roommate. Thanks for the ideas, I'll write them down now.

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>>1118555
He not only sharpened the kitchen knives but made sure everything was sharp. Bless then old man he could take a tree trunk and turn it into a work of art with just a pocket knife.

I wouldn't put it past Papa Lamb from having more than one child outside of his marriage

A little trick for mash, take a head of garlic drizzle a bit of oil on the top of it, wrap it in foil, and back it in the oven at 350F for about 30ish minutes or until it is soft and caramel-colored.
When you are mixing the butter and cream into the potatoes add the roasted garlic to it. Then you have roast garlic mashed potatoes. Season with salt and white pepper.

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>>1118556
Old man worked with metal more than wood. Sounds like they would've got along though.

Hah, touche.

I'll try it for the next batch. I got my potatoes mostly where I want them though. But this might be that extra I'm always going for.

Thanks again, I'm heading to bed. Have a good nights rest. Tell Moon to get some sleep too.

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>>1118551
I'm more of the type who likes to hang out with locals and do activities than see tourist attractions. So maybe my opinions aren't relevant to you.

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>>1118557
I am sure they would have been best friends.

Peaceful sleep to you Tracer.

>>1118551
Also little moon it seems like you are up past your bedtime.

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>>1118552
...you know your stuff, tracer c:

May i take you also, to have asian food?

Maybe a steak, at peter luger's, or a muttonchop at keens? Or vegan food?

>>1118553
It all sounds so nice.... someday, dawn friend c: someday....

>>1118554
<3

>>1118558
i see c: i like experiencing and understanding culture the most! Though i do feel compelled to see the big sights of a place just so i can confirm i have seen them!

>>1118559
i am a bit sleepy...

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>>1118560
Drift off to sleep little moon and be at peace.

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>>1118561
>>1118562
Goodnight dear friends... i love you very much...

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>>1118561
Nights dawn

>>1118563
nights little moon

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>>1118560
Definitely the opposite. The thought of seeing some contrivance because I'm 'supposed' to just exhausts me.

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>>1118565
i like to think... once big stuff is out of the way, what i most enjoy is the cultural stuff and cultural experiences c:

Goodnight dear friend!!

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>>1118566
Night!

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welcome back to america

make sure to order a burger to regain your americanism

if that makes sense

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>>1118568
Coincidentally, my family had burgers just last night! We do not often have burgers!

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>>1118575
Moony would you eat human to survive?

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Sounds like you had a great time travelling.

I hope next time you come to Europe you'll drop by Vienna again. ;)

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glad you made it back home buddy!

<hugs and kajis <3

 No.1118581

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>>1118579
>>1118580
It is nice to be home... sort of c:

i definitely want to return to Vienna!! i love it so much

>>1118577
Oh... no. probably, in so grim a situation, i would prefer to be the one eaten for the sake of others.

 No.1118584

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Good that you made it back okay.

 No.1118587

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>>1118584
Thank you Chrome!! You are so kind. Are you having a good day too?

 No.1118588

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Welcome back.
Glad to see you touched down safely!

 No.1118589

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In Italy did you meet Super Mario?

(Im aware Mario lives in Brooklyn but he was home visiting family)

>>1118581
Please do not allow to be eaten.  You would taste too pure and sweet

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>>1118587
It was unbearably hot yesterday. It's a little cooler today.

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>>1118588
Thank you Maize! Corn!

>>1118589
Oh, no, i see Super Mario maybe twice a week though out near Essex Market in Brooklyn. There's a grocer out there that sells great mushrooms c:

if i get eaten, i hope i will not make anyone sick :c

>>1118606
How hot was it, chrome? i imagine it was... like 90? Weather has been... so weird

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>>1118499
Questions? With so much adventure in a month or so... If you could have taken a few more days at one of the places, which place would you have spent them at?

>>1118568
>burgers
I always get an urge to throw crates of tea into the sea whenever I have a good burger. Burgers must be American patriotism distilled into an easy to handle food.

----Replying here instead of bumping the other thread----

>>1118450
I'd still lose if it was a competition, so I'm happy it's not!

Sister's boyfriend is very interested in architecture so New York will be a very cool place for him. Any tour with you as a guide will be great. I'll let you know if something more concrete comes of it. I sure hope something does come of it.

Would definitely like to meet up with both of you, we could go have tea/hot cocoa again or something! I would be happy if I could be the excuse you both need to actually meet up again!

>>1118451
Hopefully we can do it again sometime!
I'll never go near Belgium without notifying you, that's for sure!

 No.1118679

>>1118525
It was for those three days, at least.

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>>1118560
If you'd like. Personally I'm not a fan.

I'll eat steak all day long.

No vegan.

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