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... Guild of the "Vinattieri", into which the first member of the Antinori family, Giovanni di Piero, was inscribed in 1385. The restaurant is small, quaint and charming with an excellent chef and of course a great selection of Antinori wines at retail without a markup. We were seated at a lovely table upstairs on a balcony overlooking the bar and restaurant below. Pam chose spaghetti with chingale (wild boar) ragu and Warren had ...
... They are very whimsical. Then we saw the one painting by Leonardo that is here. He was so clever he knew where the painting was to hang and painted it so to optimise the viewing (best from the right side-3D view). The wealth of the Medici family was ridiculous. We saw typical rooms filled not only with numerous paintings but lavish statues and decorative walls of panelled stones,etc. of course with views to the Pointe Vecchio!
... pretty awesome:
Lol at me being awkward as usual. So this sweater was a steal because it was only €8.50 and it looked like one of those big, comfy sweaters that I love so much. And I was too excited (lazy) to try it on in the store, so when I got home and tried it on, I first got tangled up in it, and then realized that I accidentally purchased a really fashionable sweater instead of a comfy, over-sized ...
... company other than SANDEMANs. It wasn't very good as it felt like I was in a walking lecture. The guide just didn't seem very enthusiastic about what he was doing and his English was not very good. So, I left early.
On the way back to the hostel, I found another tour company that offered a walking tour for sixteen euro. So, I decided to give that ago in the afternoon.
This tour was so much ...
... millie" and move on to the next stop.
It is late afternoon now and we are off to Siena. A picturesque little town that is quite hilly. We get an hour and a half to spend here. The walk up was a little steep but we were a little preoccupied with the pictures that we were getting here. So beautiful to have the terracotta walls in the foreground with the green hills and vineyards of the Tuscan countryside all lit in the afternoon sun. Bellisimo! Hinesh and I spend most of our ...