One day I`m Cruella, one day I`m Me. Might be confusing, I know, but where would be the fun without it.
When it comes to what I do in my public life the greatest reward is meeting the special people who follow my adventures. And yes, they really are special. Common sensed, fun, witty, capable, charming, stylish and admirable human beings. And with each person I meet this proves to be more and more accurate. And my heart jumps with joy. My people are the Greatest People!
The last time I went to Cluj for Csilla Tulogdy`s latest campaign I`ve met this crowd of independent, smart and stylish ladies who read my blog. And till this day I still talk about them and their super positive vibe. One of them is Maria, little Teodora`s mother, and the owner of Baracca – voted the best fine dining restaurant in Romania 2015. I spent the weekend at Baracca, talking, enjoying some of the most delicious dishes I`ve ever tasted, laughing with these magical women and being all fascinated with one another.
With Teodora and Mark – two of the most beautiful and well behaved little persons I`ve met
A peak of the making-of diaries with Csilla and Maria
Anca Cheregi – the lovely lady photographer who said Goodbye to her relaxing Sunday and came to take my picture
Photos by Anca Cheregi
It feels overrated to speak about Baracca`s strong points since its fame is well known through the country and people take trips to Cluj specially to eat at this restaurant, but here is what made me tick:
- Maria, the owner – not because Mazetta praised her and not because I liked her, but because of the way she constantly works on improving things at Baracca and her original way of managing her staff and business
- The food – which looks incredible and tastes heavenly
- Tiramisu – #Idie
- The pizza spot – because every once in a while Pizza makes the world a better place
- The vibe – this place is one of those places which makes me feel like a citizen of the world
There are people and People just like there are businesses and Businesses. Some of them deserve a capital letter. Just because they teach us the real meaning of living beautifully.