B&B La Coperta Ricamata
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... own opulent Church, but eventually lost the war and became part of the Florence Medici family empire. We had limited time but tried the wild boar that Siena was famous for and it tasted like Indian curry, and was very good.
The group had its last supper together and like the rest of our meals in Italy, I did not feel it was anything ...
... t remember where he was or what he's done until he reads my blog. Mike says I came, I saw, I drank. Ron is busy finishing the last of the Brunello from Montepulciano so has nothing to say. Karen says the next time "I'm coming with an empty suitcase so I can shop more. '
That's it for now. Thanks for sharing our journey. Signing off from Italy. Ciao!!
Heather (Mom) xxxx Tutto e bene che riesce bene (all is well that ends well)
... glasses (as we spoke with our host) made them deservingly so!
Andy was intrigued by the grappa collection for tasting, finding a grappa made from distilled beer, as well as a grappa made from Brunello wine, distilled and aged to make it's potent liqueur. Though good to try, Andy wasn't keen on the very strong alcohol flavor, expecting the more traditional grape taste he was used to.
While we weren't in a position to splurge on an expensive bottle, we did pick up three ...
... everything – including a rental bike – and serves as an emergency contact and troubleshooter should you need it.
Giovanni met us in Sienna to bring us the tandem bike we had rented, along with instructions for our route through the heart of Tuscany. The next morning we were off on two wheels. A nice thing about starting a ride in a hill-top town is that the route is usually downhill at the beginning, allowing for a ...
... the Torre del Mangia at the bottom of the shell. The square is divided into 9 different sectors which symbolizes the council of nine which was in charge of the government during the medieval times. Everywhere we walked we realized there was confetti on the ground and we continuously saw children playing with and throwing it.
It turns out Mardi Gras here is huge and they are constantly celebrating ...