Leonardo's Rooms Locanda Nova B&B
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... We had another delightful meal, although of much less quantity. I had minestrone pasta e fagiole (very unlike Olive Garden, very tasty,) and the pasta with wild boar sauce that we had last night, since that is not something I'll be getting at home. Karen had lamb and oven roasted potatoes. Being recognized by our wait staff of last night, the owner sent in a glass of prosecco, or champagne, for each of us. Most of the group had wine with dinner, ...
... in my lug hole .......everything is lovely.....I even hummmm the theme tune from the godfather as I can't remember the words.......then the words fall from the loops lips When are you gonna start being romantic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!! I decide to give up and go back to yellow sticker flowers and the occasional box of milk tray Next stop Salerno.....getting out the big city's now so expecting a different feel ......jury's out at mo on the Italians We end up ...
... me about a place called Grom Gelato. We found our way there and I got three flavours: fig and ricotta, apple and the Creme de Grom (a kind of choc chip/cookie dough mix). They were all so gourmet and delicious! Thanks Mike!
Joanna saw a ring that took her fancy yesterday at the Santa Croce Christmas markets. We headed back there, but as we rounded the corner to the square, we saw all the stalls had been packed up, so I had to console Joanna with pizza. It was ...
... all were life sized or larger..
Orsanmichele has a THIRD story, which was surprising because every single floor had incredibly tall ceilings, and it just didn't give the appearance of being as tall as it was from the outside. It just kept on going! The upstairs was pretty much devoted to views of the city from enormous windows all around, although here and there along the walls were some much smaller sculptures. Each was about two feet tall, and most were ...
... invented soccer? We headed out for dinner and found an awesome place upstairs overlooking the Piazza D Spirito square named after the church Chiesa Di Spirito church which sits at one end. Dinner was amazing, huge portion sizes again! Funnily enough we all had pasta which was amazing all so fresh! It is obviously not illegal over here to drink in public places as everywhere we have been in Europe people seem to gather while sharing bottles of wine ...