Vogue Hotel Arezzo
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... Bresaola. Capicola. Variety after variety of salami and sausage. Richard had to buy some sausage for breakfast. We also saw a sign for panoramic views ( at least that's how we interpreted it) we walked quite a way in the heat of the day before allowing the hill to beat us. We turned back as it seemed a much longer walk than anticipated. We did however mange to forage for plums and pears. The blackberries were a bit too green and we have become quite discerning ...
... back at our apartment, we had a bit of a
rest and then went up the hill to Cortona and had dinner. While we
discovered that there was a medieval festival on. We ended up staying
there for the whole thing which went till about 11:00. There was lots of
different stuff such as flag throwers, fire twirlers and even some
sword fighting. When we got home we went straight to bed.
... movie (I’m not sure we ever actually did find it). By now it was about 2pm and we were almost out of fuel – it was like a scene from Mr Bean, we didn’t know what fuel to use (the rental car company had written Diesel on the agreement but the car itself said petrol and the owners manual had both (although it was in Italian so we could only read little bits), we wanted some advice but all the garages were closed for siesta (apart from self ...
If you remember in previous blog entries on another trip we got involved in the great macaroon war of Paris. It was Kirra who first pointed out that there was indeed a war going on and then we both ably took up the challenge to see who was the best. It was Pierre Herme for the ridiculous and Laduree for the sublime traditional.
Well in Florence, there exist the gelati wars. In Italy competitors deal with each other in different ways than they do ...
... one with fennel. We also bought an aged sheeps cheese.
Next was a family run winery called Fattoria Di Montagliari. We did a tasting before lunch, and tasted soooo much including the olive oil, vin santo, balsamic and grappa! Need to sit down after that and eat some food. We shared an entree of spinach and ricotta dumplings with gorgonzala sauce, delicious! I had another braised beef dish, lovely, and Mick had the steak florentine. ...