Locanda Linando II Bed & Breakfast
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... reservations to enter the Accademia around 4:15. Lunch was in a little local joint that served up a mean minestrone and hot sandwich. Mae Mae found a great deal on a cool red leather jacket and a killer set of boots (they threw in a scarf and a bottle of water for free!) We got in the line early around 3:30 and waited only for a few minutes before getting into the Gallery, we admired a few pieces in the entry hall, considered ...
... also didn't realize the existence of the other buildings in the square.
Wierd thing though is just outside the entrance gate there is a Mcdonalds and a Hungry Jacks (Burger King), thankfully not inside the fortress.
Got back to the ship at 6.30pm just in time for departure at 7.00pm, an 11 hour day but well worth it.
... absolutely disgusting, but was really salty and pretty good. This course came with a red wine to try, and it too was pretty good.
The next course was a pasta with pecorino and tomatoes. It was fresh pasta too, which I had never tried before and ended up really liking it. For someone who doesn’t actually like pasta, it was pretty decent and I would definitely eat it again. To be fair, I think it was the cheese that gave it the taste I ...
... minutes to wander freely. We bought some ceramics with the famous Chianti black rooster. What is the Chianti Black Rooster you ask? Well, the legend goes, Florence and Siena had long feuded over the rights to this region. Around 1200, they agreed to end the feud with a competition: Horsemen were to depart from rival the cities at the break of dawn, as indicated by the crowing of a rooster. Wherever they met would determine the boundary lines and settle the dispute. While ...
... that thousands of years ago people were artists with cement, marble or whatever they can get their hands on. Using carving material such as make shift knives to create incredible monuments. In todays day and age, things are created by the mere click of a button on a computer. Whilst I think we have come a long way, I can't seem to shake the feeling we've gone back a few steps in art and culture.
2000 years ago, human ingenuity.
Today we live in a society ruled by social ...