Adua & Regina di Saba Hotel
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- Banquet room
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... Hotel Park Regis, very big room, old very nice hotel. 2 night stay here. Dinner that night in Tuscany in a restaurant at a winery. Tour and information about the winery before dinner. Lovely dinner and music afterwards. Dinner was antipasto, pasta, various barbecued meats, salads and tiramisu for dessert. Quite cold ...
This week we visited the Galileo Science Museum and learned that the same spirit of discovery which fueled art in the Renaissance also gave rise to great scientific breakthroughs. This museum offers a historical overview of technical innovations from the years 1000-1900; early celestial-charting paraphernalia and navigational tools, telescopes and clocks. Early experiments are duplicated and other sciences are explored; medicine and electricity among them. Galileo's ...
... I’ve EVER EATEN (sorry Mom). The sauce – meat based – so rich and yummy. FOOD PORN! Then we had a selection of cooked sausages and meats which were off the hook good. The salad was fresh, the tomatoes had real flavor and a simple balsamic and oil dressing…probably so good, because it’s the real deal! Dessert, fresh fruit. She put this together in 20 minutes – did I mention she had worked all day! I ...
A late start with breakfast at the hotel (cold meat, cheese, yoghurt, sweet pastries etc.) We are off just after 8 to the Uffizi, the most famous gallery in Italy. It stands on the River Arno and the queues are miles long. We bypass them and file through the strict X-ray and infrared machines, just like at airports. Our guide Ricardo is local and takes us in for a 2 hour tour where he concentrates on ...
It has been one week into our trip and I am officially a liar. I said that I was going to blog daily and now it is day 8 and I have just started. In my defence, wi-fi was hard to find and if found, very spotty, due to the weather. It tends to rain off and on in Italy, so wi-fi is dependant on weather in some places and how remote your location is. Speaking of remote locations, I would love for you all to see where I am writing from now. We landed on this beautiful villa on the outskirts ...