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... with Elena at the Inn
Delicious with white wine.
When we told this next story to our innkeeper, Elena, asking her if this is how it is done in Italy. - she laughed and surprised - "NO, we take with, we take with..."
Both gent and pup
Gent daintily removes paper towel
From breast pocket
And as if protecting
Chocolate cake from flies
And saunters ...
... 1 extra day- 6 days was 55€! Total cost was 220€ including fuel and charges. A big step up from initial quote. But at least they didn't concern themselves with scratches on hubcap and a couple of side mirror scratches. Got back at 1140- guy said if I was 20 mins later they would charge extra day. Waited around airport for 3 hrs for flight. Had a great cannoli (sweet sugar cone filled with ricotta- ...
... hence the name). Stephenie Meyer is reputed to have looked over a map of Italy where she planned to site the Volturi narrative and saw the town of Volterra and an iconic novel and movie location was born. However, in the movie version of "New Moon," where the characters actually travel to Volterra to confront them, they filmed the scenes in nearby Montepulciano because the scene features a huge square which does not exist in Volterra. So ...
... man was cut out, and the olive oil was made by the owners!!! After lunch we got back on our bikes and went back the same way we came, I didn't feel very good at all on the way home, I got a headache and was feeling dizzy by the end. I didn't want to take the bus though as I knew I could make it. Once I got back to hotel I discovered that Daisy wasn't there even though she passed me when I had to fix my chain. I ...
... are amazing; I can see why Montepulciano was the Renaissance stomping grounds for the rich & famous. We paid our way up the campanile to get the views of the town spilling down the hill like a waterfall and the lush Tuscan farm land. Also peeked in the Duomo for a look at the Alter of Lilies in the baptismal font and a gorgeous early renaissance alter that was all golden & gothic. Next we headed down hill and found ...