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Travel Blogs from Monteriggioni
... galleria are not much to write about, but there are many. Every galleria or museum I've been to that has a sculpture exhibit has a sculpture of Hercules. I'm not even sure where the real one or the first one is! But, nonetheless, he's always in full form and standing 20 feet high. Just marvelous. ;-) After Uffizi, I walked back to my hotel, grabbing a small bite to eat and a glass of vino rosso. Nothing spectacular. The wine was good, though. Tonight there is a Concerti at ...
... survive without my luggage. *Side note- you don't want to walk around Florence for over 6 hours in cheap flip flops- can you say blisters?*
Such is my life.
SO, luckily I was not the only one that had learned that their luggage had been lost and upon arrival to my hostel I forged a bond with said person so that we might be able to get our bags back together (meaning splitting the high fee for driving to the airport and back).
Long story short, I was ...
... restaurant where we all mostly ordered authentic pizzas. The margherita pizza was fired in a wood-burning oven, crunchy on the outside with a soft, runny inside. The pizza itself was cooked well; however the sausage was completely underdone. When I politely asked the Italian waiter/semi-owner to return the sausage to the frying pan, he was nonetheless insulted. He stated, "Dats-a perfectly good! Ees the Italian way! You are een Eetaly- not Africa!" he provided us a few good ...
... to have lunch. Starving and hot. We went to the restaurant suggested by our guide and they gave our big group our own little dining room next to the pizza kitchen a large wall of wine and a curious hole in the wall. We downed 8 large bottles of water! DJ was a crack up and somehow got invited to take the pizza out of the oven and then we all got invited to see the wine cellar (that hole in the wall). ...
... with instructions to follow the one road down and he would meet us there. Wandered into and out of a lot of shops. Mary Anne succumbed to the allure of Italian leather and is now the proud owner of a lovely green leather bag and a red wallet, Kaitlin purchased an elegant, bejeweled hair clip and we bought gifts.
At the bottom of the town, GuanLuca met us and led us to the Talosa ...
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