Ninna Nanna B&B
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... young assistants were both entertaining and informative, multi-taskers of great ability as we pulled together a 5 course meal for 20, the preparation actually starting with dessert (which needed to set in the freezer) and ending with the main course (inverti pollo.) Conversation over dinner was lively, getting to know some of our fellow students a bit better. Especially fun was the group of 5 from North Carolina who were returning to the same school for their ...
... down were a bit of a cruise except for the frequent two way traffic jams. Those stairs were not designed for crowds. At the bottom we agreed it was quite the architectural marvel for its day, but wondered why they built it? We found our way to a restaurant recommended by the hotel concierge. Joe ordered a “Famous Tuscan Florentine” steak. It was about as good as a T-bone we might order in Boise.
After lunch, we made a quick stop to the ...
... at 6. Being that it was still relatively early on in the day and I still wasn’t 100% after being sick on the cruise ship, I opted to taste and then pour the rest out into the bucket.
By the time lunch had ended, it began to rain pretty hard. It had been calling for rain all day, but the morning had ended up being quite nice. It didn’t last for long either and the tour guide told us that it was because the weather can change so fast ...
... I loved all of the rooftops of the houses and the houses in the mountains. That was one of the times I actually felt like I was no longer in ireland. After we climbed back down, we went to Piazza De Vecchio and looked around there and also tried finding Piazza de Croce. They were both very pretty and had a lot going on at them. We were meeting my other friend from Quinnipiac for lunch at 2:15 at a popular pizza place but we were starving before since we were up extremely early, we ...
... jewelry or meat (a butcher!) that the book highlighted.
One thing that was still open was a cute little pastry shop called, “Dolcissimo.” The book told me to purchase some mignons (mini-pastries), so I did! I wasn't so lucky when I tried to go to Gustopizza for an early dinner. They had just closed and wouldn't reopen until 7:30 PM. I ended up back at the apartment, eating a repeat of lunch but this time I had mignons for ...