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... Lumenae, an upscale foodie paradise. We started with a veloute of sunchocks with quail, artichokes and pumpkin seeds, and grilled prawns. This followed an amuse Bouche of chicken liver mousse with chopped apples and calvados. Arthur had a ceasar salad, and I had the tomato watermelon salad. Entrees were grilled veal chop ...
... period. Cathedrals on every block containing amazing paintings and artifacts. The downside was the volume of tourists and long lines to get to see all this stuff. Best bet is to arise early and line up 15 to 30 minutes before opening. Tourists in Florence like to sleep in.
Paintings by DaVinci, Michaelangelo, Boticelli, Fillio Lippi and many others are found in the Uffizi Gallery. But the highlight was ...
... new tricks that we learned the other day with looking at the wine, swirling it and smelling it, and tasting it to observe the different qualities. It was kind of funny because we will never be the same again after that wine tour. Corey also got a real Tuscan Moscato with dessert, which was different than the Moscato I know at home. It was similar, but it was a super dark white wine and tasted a bit different. I have the feeling this is how Moscato ...
... to a nearby park and took a little nap. After our nap we walked back over to Basilica Di San Lorenzo. My aunt Marsha had given us a recommendation to go in but we were far too tired and it was too late so we passed on this for this trip. We got some traditional Italian food (Spaghetti and Lasagna) and headed back home to prep for our train trip over to Venice tomorrow.
Gelato Count: Nick 7, Jillian 6.5 (I got super rich gelato today and just couldn't finish it.)
Prior to leaving Rome, Jake and I decided that we should try to add a side trip to Pisa. Today, that decision paid off. It was so awesome to see such an icon of Italy. Props to Jake for the suggestion!
So we got up and enjoyed a great breakfast at the B&B. The owner, Francesco is such a sweet man. The breakfast was very traditional European including croissants, jam, meats, cheeses and ...