Many Americans know Brazilian food primarily from churrascarias, the all-you-can-eat steakhouses that fill diners up on numerous preparations of freshly cut meats.
Finding good pizza is easy when you live in Italy. Finding great pizza is slightly harder.
Aviano is aiming to win an innovation competition by highlighting its innovations and upgrades.
The food court at the base exchange was a ghost town Thursday. No milk was being frothed for cappuccinos at Aviano’s coffee shops, and nothing was cooking at the golf course or bowling alley grill.
With Venice, the Alps and a multitude of beach towns all roughly the same distance from Aviano, the most challenging thing about living in northern Italy is sometimes picking where to go when you have some spare time.
If you’re looking to dine on something other than the traditional Italian fare you can easily find near Aviano, head to the quaint little town of Sacile, about nine miles southwest of the base.
Air Force Tech. Sgt. Adam K. Ginett, who was killed 10 years ago in Afghanistan, was honored this week at Aviano, where the Airman Leadership School was named after him.