Relais Grand Tour
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... does and knows how to please his customers. The new drink made and sent over. SO GOOD! Sorry Chris – as good (maybe better?) than yours. We sit on the rooftop and once again take it all in, realizing just how very lucky we are to be where we are and together in such a perfect place. Bliss.
We ate so many chips and olives, we don’t really feel like dinner, so we take a pass. Gelato it is! We’re ...
... wrong station ~ he was at Milan Porte Genova station. This was so typical of Jeff getting mixed up, he texted me to stay still, he was hoping on the subway to come meet me. Fifteen minutes later, there he was, running towards me….my little dumb ass! We laughed at the mix up.
We returned to the hotel to ditch my things & then headed out to the grocery store to get some wine & appetizers to have before ...
Sounds of Firenze: early morning, around 6:00 a.m., every day but Sunday, I'm awakened by the refuse collectors picking up the bins of sorted recyclables just down the street from Palazzo Virginio. My roommates and I carry our tiny bags of trash and empty water and wine bottles to dump in the recycling bins as we leave the apartment every day. Florentines in this residential area seem to be intent on keeping the city very clean. You just don't see refuse thrown on the sidewalks , streets, ...
Almost Back Online Blogging After Technical Mishaps
My apologies to my followers/fan base, family and friends for being absent in the last few days. There have been a number of technical difficulties with 500 Server errors (the cure seems to be to clear the cache of all browsers, then reboot your system, if it happens to you). Then the hour walk to school (and sometimes back too-but more about that later) has used up my available blog time.
For the next few weeks ...
... walked around the small town and it had a cool underground tunnel with some shops that we walked through. The other one was also very interesting because it looked like a small fort and had some cool little areas to walk around and look out of to some beautiful views.
After we got stuck in a traffic jam on the bus for about an hour and I fell asleep for a bit haha. When we finally arrived to the Sant’ Appiano winery, I had not eaten since the morning and ...