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... again – just like one we took in 2008.
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
So this morning we set out for our very favourite Tuscan town Siena. It is half an hour from Ambra so easy to get to BUT we did get a little lost and then finding a park proved to be very tricky, once again due to the deadly red & white Italian circle which stands for Zona Traffica Limitata – so we needed to avoid getting a fine. Eventually we parked at the Railway Stazione and ...
... s house for a rest and we tried these Castagna Slices – made of chestnut flour, sultanas and rosemary – sounds strange but they were yummy. Then we went out – finally around 8pm to a restaurant in the country area a bit nearer to Ambra – it was called PERBACCO. Silvia hadn’t booked so when 8 of us showed up they did make us wait. However the meal was delicious although very late. Another great day – feeling ...
... waiting to be heated. The shop/gallery was full of beautiful pieces. We managed to limit ourselves to one plate and a small oil pourer. Both are being freighted directly home.
It is a long ascent from the Funicolare up winding, narrow cobble stoned passages lined either side with various shops and some really lovely shops. I couldn't resist the Cashmere outlet, again famous in this region. I did, however resist the most beautiful ...
... a nice little cafe off a park and had a feed of mixed meets cheese and beer. Pienza is famous for its Pecorino cheese, so we tasted some and bought a little to take back to our apartment. We also tried a little Gelati. We had found a little shop that made their own the lat time we were here. We found it again and it was very good. When we got back to Cortona, the celebrations were still going strong with more flag throwing and medieval ...
... wine tasting experience and history lesson about the wine; we weren't disappointed. Went home with one of the most expensive bottles of wine we have ever purchased, and we will savor every drop.
Shirley had another “first”. She went to use a public toilet and discovered it was a hole in the floor with a place on each side to put your feet. Easy to manage in a skirt, a bit of a challenge wearing ...