Relais La Belluccia
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... other things...
-The "leather goods" sold on the streets are counterfeit and you, the customer, risks getting fined €3000 for buying something!
-There really aren't any blonde Italians, so I look pretty foreign and someone called me Shakira the other day.
-Getting lost and wandering is my favorite activity of the day.
-I walked 13 miles the other day.
-I've been cooking a sweet potato in my oven for two hours and it's still not ready.
... view from afar (see photo). The town existed in the late BCs, and was named San Gimignano in ~480 AD. It was very hilly and had several unique nooks, courtyards and views of the lovely hillside. The town also is known for the white wine, Vernaccia di San Gimignano, produced from the ancient variety of Vernaccia grape which is famous for growing in the sandstone hillsides. It stayed quiet as we explored and enjoyed a morning cappuccino in the center ...
Mum, Dad and I said our goodbyes to Prudence and Claire at the Rome Termini and jumped on a train to Florence. A nice shortish jaunt through the Tuscan countryside ;) What hit me first about Florence was its cleanliness.... It's streets were clean... Free of rubbish and graffiti ( which only existed on the outskirts) and it had a lovely old world charm to it. Can see why people rave about Florence... It is a ...
... quite a windy day so, standing outside wasn't that pleasant, and it was crowded around the museum entrance. We saw the Piazza San Marco nearby and headed there for some open space. Lucky for us, you can't throw a rock in Italy without hitting a church, and there was Chiesa San Marco (and they didn't even charge to enter). Taking respite from the wind, we explored San Marco until we were ready to move on. They also had a convent and museum ...
... small and the dishes were so odd. It was the furthest thing from spagetti and meatballs or chicken parm. My roommate had an egg with this foamy poatato thing and like 10 peas and 4 bits of ham. I had 6 giant riggatoni noodles with bits of cod and these brown flower things on top in some lemony oil sauce. Then our dessert was some chocolate mousse thing covered in solid chocolate that had the texture of jello with a thin layer of cake on the bottom. The first ...