Nido Del Merlo
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... purses, coats, shoes, florentine, gold and silver jewelry. Phil says it's a good thing that kind of stuff doesn't interest me or we would be broke. For the afternoon we visited san Gimignano a wonderful hill top medieval town. This has remained intact since the 14 the century. Unbelievable scenery. We then traveled into the hills near Florence the northern most part of the chianti area and a ...
... little Italian church. There were a few men – mainly women but it was nice and friendly. When Pietro went to ring the bells, Craig was asked if he wanted to help and I watched – it looked very old but was fun. Mass was given by an African Italian priest with an appropriate accent and it was nice. Walked back home and we have finished cleaning. It’s another lovely, warm and not humid day. Had a nice skype with ...
... Italians are very confused when you don't want them to make you a coffee. So they freshly squeeze orange juice for us instead. The typical included breakfast consists of cereals, croissants both plain & filled with jams, chocolate, custard or fruit, yoghurts, bread rolls & cold meats & cheese. Cold meats & cheese with bread is European favourite but I find it weird because we have those kind of rolls for lunch. They always have packets of dried toast like ...
... i takie pomysły były :)). Pierwszy dzień to frutti di mare e pesce (owoce morza i ryby) ale jakoś przezylam ;) co więcej, w ogóle nie było tego nieprzyjemnego zapachu, jaki zwykle towarzyszy tym daniom...czy to kwestia lokalnego produktu i jego świezości? Nie miałam chęci na degustację morskich dań, ale nie uszło to uwagi Elisy - w jej kuchni nie ma nie-jedzenia ;) Między jednym a drugim daniem ...
I could remember your beauty
or your bevy of art and history,
but instead, I'll remember you for your buckets.
That is all.
This morning started with the long drive from the Alps to Italy, from dreary snow to the Tuscan sun (which I still think is a myth). We made a pit stop in Pisa in the afternoon, just long enough to snap a couple cliche'd tourist photos and get pestered by the street merchants ...