Fattoria di Radi
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... houses many if the original sculptures of saints which originally adorned the center isle, the exit was through a very ornate chapel which housed the gift shop.
We found a cafe and had lunch before continuing. Next was the crypt, this was only discovered in 1999, it has walls completely covered in pintura a secco (dry painting) dating back to the 1200's, they were in excellent condition. Our last visit on this square was the ...
... one day, that's how it will be with my brothers and me when we all have families and children.
Nina took me to a bar in San Casciano afterwards, which I had never found before despite having travelled many times to that city. Her knowledge of local nightlife paid off, as we happened to arrive on a night where they were having a festival in which they celebrated all of the nations participating in the World Cup in 4 days (so excited). ...
Once I entered the piazza, I gasped. There were so many people! I exited as quickly as I could from the wrong procession and found my way to the rail to see the race. For about an hour, the different contrade would shout and sing their anthems to the other contrade to express their pride in their neighborhood. As the time for the race neared, the way that they cleared the track was to have large groups of ...
... in olive oil. Tasty. My main course was an egg lasagna; very thin, round pasta layers filled with tomatoes and Italian sausage covered in fennel seeds with a bit of cheese. The most interesting and lightly flavored lasagna I have ever had. I left thoroughly satisfied and I only had one glass of wine! Even though I had a leisurely day, I felt quite exhausted by the time I made it back to my hotel. I'm off to Roma tomorrow. ...
... and truffle flavors.
After our time in San Giminango, we rode the bus back to the hotel where we had a Tuscan feast. This time I was prepared for all the courses and did a better job of pacing myself and portion control. The feast included: tomato soup, ravatelli with duck sauce, pork, potatoes, beans, and dessert.
Jen and I went back to the room to pack and rest up for ROME!!