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When I look back at these photos I ask myself “How did I not gain 30 lbs on this trip?”
I was kicking myself in the butt for waiting till the last day to stop at Made Creative Bakery. I walked past this sweet shop every morning and it was even on my ‘go-to’ list!
I knew I could get cupcakes from numerous shops back home. But this place was mentioned in a number of food blogs… it was definitely worth the visit!
Nope, that’s not a savory sandwich up there!
Above: Made Creative Bakery, via dei Coronari, Rome.
Don’t get the idea that you can walk past Forno Marco Roscioli and not buy something! It’s impossible!
They have the most incredible window display!
Those meringues look big, right? They are! They were bigger than the size of my head!
Casa & Bottega, via dei Coronari, Rome.
The one thing I had to have each day? A bombolone filled with nutella. I miss it so much! (My waistline doesn’t miss it though!)
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