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... I’ve EVER EATEN (sorry Mom). The sauce – meat based – so rich and yummy. FOOD PORN! Then we had a selection of cooked sausages and meats which were off the hook good. The salad was fresh, the tomatoes had real flavor and a simple balsamic and oil dressing…probably so good, because it’s the real deal! Dessert, fresh fruit. She put this together in 20 minutes – did I mention she had worked all day! I ...
... wouldn't let you leave in peace. It's actually a pretty cool little spot to visit, surprisingly small, it's not just the tower, there are some other buildings that are quite nice in their own right. Once you have taken the standard photos though it is boring, we find a shady spot and lie down, talking of course about the previous night until it's time to up and leave.
The accommodation is awesome here, we have a massive place with our own kitchen and the wifi is ...
... avoided. Inside the market is where the locals eat. Jeanne bought some items and then headed home on her bicycle. Jake and I headed for the tourist information office for a very handy paper map so we could easily find Museo Galileo. No problem finding that, and our visit was brief and interesting. The takeaway for me was the "sell" of science at a time when a scientist could be put to death. Although the Medici were a pack of thieves and despots, where would we be ...
... Either I risk it, eat the delicious soup, possibly have a terrible allergy attack, and die? OR eat the delicious soup, nothing happens, and I come back to my room with a happy tummy.
"HELP!!! MY THROAT IS CLOSING!!! AGHHHHH"
"WHO SPEAKS AMERICANO!!! AYUDAME!!! NO, ****!!! 911!!! NO!!! WHAT'S THE NUMBER IN ITALY?!?!"
Needless to say, I walked away with my tummy empty and sad, but I felt my worried mother at home ...
... basket there filled with letters. A walk around the block brings us in a big circle to the other end of the same laneway where a red banner drapes down the front of Casa Dei Dante, Dante’s House. Should have been tipped off on this one as the street is named after him too. A short street later we emerge into the now bight sunshine in Piazza Della Signora and establish the meeting point for the tour. A quick race over Ponte Vecchio to drop off the bag ...