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thought I had already published this but can't find it so forgive me if it's a repeat
Fiesole, the nearby hills
At our age we find the leisurely start very gentle so a short walk to the bus stop at 10am. In the 5 minute wait for the bus somehow I get talking to a Chinese woman who speaks English and hey, this woman speaks 9!!! languages- she is from the Russian border area so, 4 minority group languages plus Mandarin, Cantonese, Italian, English, some Spanish. ...
... there as a pre-dinner to get appetizers, hinting the name appertivo, but us Americans go for an actual dinner. I think each of us went up to get the different varieties of food at least six times each. To make it sound a little bit better, the plates are pretty much microscopic and could only hold a little bit on each one. There was everything from rice, to bruschetta, to pizza rolls, to the most delicious pasta ever. I ...
Lovely sunny day ...after stocking up with a few supplies we headed out for the day and just wandered the busy streets...a lot (as in a lot!) of tourists and tour groups...at least we knew where to go to avoid them. We didn't venture into any churches or museums we just wandered enjoying the beautiful buildings, avenues, shop windows, funny how we saw some places and things we missed before, there is so much to take in. We ...
... really old, been around for years. Now when I say been around for years I mean they go back to the 14 hundreds. That's a long time. Back in the medieval time.
The type of grape they use is called Cantinino. It's really nice. We were shone how the grapes were produced in big steel vats, then after 20 days of fermention the grapes either get put in barrels, concert vats, of metal vats. It's not to ...
... of wine, a salami plate, bruschetta, and I had a pasta dish that was purple due to the wine sauce. Francesco introduced me to an Italian dessert I'd never heard of before - chocolate pear pie. It is definitely a European style dessert, any American would deem it not sweet enough, but I enjoyed trying something different. After eating Francesco gave us a walking tour back down into the city, passing an old city gate and part of the city walls. We walked all the way back to the ...
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