Hotel Ristorante Europa
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Travel Blogs from Palazzuolo Sul Senio
The first night 4 of us women sat together at a table and 2 of us decided to buy a bottle of wine, we needed it. One woman thought that she really didn’t want to drink but soon joined us. Another woman saw we were having fun and brought her bottle of wine over to share. We now call ourselves the "The Red Wine Sipper's In Italy" Club. Each night we take turns buying the bottle. It is a great way to do some wine tasting in Italy.
Today we spent ...
... but Dan had no issues after eating it! Dinner lasted 2.5 hours, and it was only then that the feeling of being on vacation in Italy finally hit me.
This morning, Lisa was kind enough to let us leave our bags (she had another guest arriving at noon) while we went out to the leather market (Piazza del Marcato Centrale). I was able to score a cute/small genuine leather purse for 17€! Now, I know what you're thinking,--is it real? ...
... be there overnight to visit a 'stone conference'. The kids and Mum will have a day of activities in Rome while he's gone. We boarded the train on time, this time in business class. The comfy leather seats and drinks service was nice:). The trip was only 1.5 hours. When we got into Rome we had some difficulty contacting our host as we were trying to organise a car back to the apartment. It ...
We drove to Florence today and on the way we stopped at a Perfume factory for a demonstration as to how it is made, as it is one of Florence most well know exports. Also during our long dive we stopped off at Pisa to see the leaning tower and yes, I did have the corny photo taken of me holding up the tower.....it 's just one of ...
... instead of tomorrow. The Uffizi was impressive and very big. So many paintings of the Madonna and child. It's amazing how much detail goes into each work of art. Not to say that today's artists are not talented, but there is a distinct difference in the art today. I don't exactly know how paints work, but I assume the paints used in the 13th/14th century were oil and that doesn't exactly allow for much correction. Botticelli was my favorite I think. But there was a statue ...