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Before the tour we grabbed a quick bite to eat and once again loved the food, a lasagne that songs could be written about and a seafood ragout that fish would volunteer to be in all enjoyed with a big glass of Chianti. It left us excited for the tour.
The tour itself was rather simple, a drive to Greve in Chianti to check out the local village before heading to Panzanello for our first round of wine tastings. The view of the Tuscan hills from ...
... well as being an accomplished artist but his influence on the engineering world and anatomy of humans is truly astonishing and still ground breaking even today. He designed the worlds first prototype helicopter, arched bridges, first weights machine for armies to use in training and studied the mechanics of movement with ball bearings, cogs and gears. He was obsessed with the study of water and the potential for it to power things through movement. Plus ...
... jewelry shops and our favourite- the Lindt chocolate shop- you'd be in heaven Patrick!!! We stopped for a drink in the Piazza Della Repubblica before making our way to find Porcospina ( English translation porcupine ). Our waiter was charming and we devoured our pasta and wine, finishing with a tiramisu... Laura let me know my ragu was tastier and being a tiramisu lover I think mine wins!!! Will continue to find one better!! We are looking forward to exploring more tomorrow ...
To meet Laura's new friend Matteo Crocci, an artist who lives in Prato just outside of Florence, we traveled to the beautiful Tuscan town of Colle di Val D'Elsa, about an hour south of the city of Florence. The day was rainy, cold, and poor friend Luca had a terrible drive and time finding the gallery. We did find it and had a lovely interview on video with Matteo and the gallery owner. Then lunch in town and miraculously the rain stopped long enough to provide ...
... having the ship remove it and placed on the carousel at a certain time. We boarded the port shuttle bus (clue that it's not the cruise line's bus - nobody to help you put the luggage into the bus's storage area) and shortly we were walking Civitavecchia's streets to the car rental agency Maggoire. We had booked a 4 passenger automatic car but after signing the papers, Dale hopped into the driver's seat to discover it was a 6 speed manual. Dale can't drive stick! The agency ...