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... being such hard work. Still it was fun and the lunch was amazing. Prosciutto, sausage, cheese, fennel, garlic bread soaked in oil, wine, a Pinenut torte for dessert, and sweet caffe. (See pictures.)
For dinner we went to Manzi, a nearby town, for pizza with Giovanni, Rosetta, Silvia, and Sergio. There was lively conversation, I assume. If I keep coming back, I really have to leave the language.
The weather is iffy today, but the leaves ...
... fort of supposedly the best wine of Tuscany - Brunella. We tasted wines ranging from 32 to 120 Euro and settled on several choices to have shipped home for free! We will share a case between us. The ride home was winding and nauseating for me - car sickness gets me on a mountain road. But we stopped in Radda for a great dinner and now are ...
... ll see cars, trucks and busses straddling two lanes. The worst part is when they move across lanes with no warning just as you’re passing them. I would have taken some pictures of it happening just in front of us, but I’ve usually either got my eyes closed or I’m trying frantically to work out how to slow down quickly without the idiot in a BMW who is only 2 metres off my rear bumper from ending up in our back seat.
Still, life’s ...
... that night, made pasta! (about ready for a burger though!! Hehe!)
I ended up with a terrible migraine that night (probably from all the cheap wine!) Didn’t sleep well. Felt a bit better in morning. Then again, didn’t get out and going till about noon. This vacationing business is exhausting!
First headed to Monterggioni. Only about 20 minutes away. It’s a very small fortified walled in village. Our first ...
... of olive, garlic and parsley and some incredible home made gelato with a sour cherry drizzle for dolce. I waddled to bed and slept like a Tuscan log.
Breakfast at 8:30am, class begins an hour later. No problem waking up on time – two young girls getting ready for school in an ancient house will certainly help you rise and shine! Two other students were supposed to join us today, but they experienced car problems, so they ...