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... on window shopping, sometimes stopping to buy. We both bought a small gold charm for our bracelets. We went to a little restaurant in the piazza for lunch where we had authentic Italian pizza and red wine. We kept wandering and finished our day with a gelato. Another wonderful day in this beautiful and vibrant city. Wednesday 9th October 2013 Wow! What a day! Played tourists today and shopped for gold and leather. We were so happy to have found a restaurant we ...
... s pretty fabulous. Similar stripes and such the like to siena but on a grander, and less bonkers, scale. Greens and reds and whites make up the facade and the bell tower next door looks like it's made of sweets its so colorful. I went inside the duomo today but not Up the dome (yet). It's oddly plain inside unlike most of the other big churches out here which makes it seem less grandiose but very calm inside. Walked around a bit more, ...
... the cathedral. The audio guide is helpful giving you a short tour around the inside of this beautiful church, while Julie is dressed in a green disposable smock as her knees were considered offensive by the local clergy. On the street again we come across Gilli sweets which has a window display of lollies that you cannot walk past, so we get some macarons and chocolate cherries, for an afternoon delight. We then carry on ...
... This was really interesting. A lot of the basilica got destroyed in the floods so a lot of it has been damaged but they are mending it. The church was really nice, the architecture once again was awesome. My favourite was the detailed painting on the back of the church.
We had a little sit down after this to drink some water and to have some of our snacks. Whilst we were sitting down I took some pictures of the surrounding area. Niomi sat on a bench ...
They produce 90,000 bottles a year here, so it was only a small production.
We went it and she gave us an overview of the farm and how they do their wines. We went into the cellar where the barrels are kept and she informed us about the different oaks and woods used and how they change the flavor of the wine. These are in use 9 months or a year at a time!
We went upstairs for the wine tasting. A long dining table had been set out for everyone. ...
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