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Travel Blogs from Palazzuolo Sul Senio
... creamy truffle sauce. Worth a visit we thought and our focus was to find Trattoria Ponte Vecchio. We drank Tuscan wine and feasted on bruschetta that was so infused with garlic it stung your tongue and fresh tomatoes drizzled with cold pressed olive oil. Accompanying this were thick slices of buffalo mozzarella and tomato. I then ordered the house speciality and Stuart ordered stewed wild boar with polenta. We swapped plates half way through the meal and savoured every ...
... on the grass. I'm lulled to sleep by the sounds of a garrulous Italian who is talking incessantly to his companion. We eventually make the 7:30pm bus from Florence to our village in Tuscany. We are deposited, at what I'm hoping is the correct location, only challenge now is to find our accomodation. Based only on a poor google map (with few street names) we commence our climb thru ...
... Michelangelo piece. I had no idea he had attempted another pieta, apparently this one was from a lesser quality marble, and he ran out and was unable to give Christ legs. He got frustrated and gave up the piece. From what I know about him, this is fairly out of character. He assiduously planned everything ahead of time, mapping out every inch of marble. But the composition was fascinating, especially since I knew I was about to see the other, more famous version.
Hola, Ciao and Greetings, I have been so excited and anxious to write this blog and catch up. It has been since July 3rd, since my last entry. I have traveled so many miles and trails and experienced so much. I don't want to miss anything but because it is after the fact, I probably will. I left my casa on the mountain top of Costa Rica, July 5Th to travel around the country. I had a plan.. and best laid plans are often lost. I spent 4 great days in ...
Hola, Ciao, I have arrived back in Italy.. woo woo. 27 hours of travel from Costa Rica. Trains, boats, shuttles, cabs, planes, trams, trekking, and running.. I arrived but my luggage didn't so I am still in my one change of clothes 3 days after leaving!! Took a train to Marradi and Susie (a fellow South Dakotan) and her friend Diane picked me up at the train station. We have skyped but never met in person until now. They are living the dream (LTD) ...
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