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... sitting there and the best pizza so far in Italy. We think it was overpriced because it is a tourist target market. However, when I went to the toilet I discovered that if we had gone inside we could have eaten on the balcony looking over an absolutely magnificent view of the valley. Today, We also found Stiffany's B&B (yes that is how it was spelt) and Emporio Rinaldi today.
Then we walked up the hill for ...
... We then chopped vegetables for the main dish and the spinach canneloni. I was in charge of grilling the zucchini appetizer on a salted griddle. We noticed that everything was prepared with a lot of olive oil and at very high heat. We prepared our zucchini appetizer with fresh buffalo mozzarella, tomato sauce and parmesean. We spread bread crumbs in a foil cup and then assembled the dishes to be baked in the oven. The next part was the most fun and ...
... This very old building would be over 500yrs old and solid as, terracotta bricks on the floor, immensely high ceiling of wooden beams.
And how could I forget the church bells...these ones of San Spirito...just lovely!
Bit of rain back in Pula drove us indoors for a bit....no verandas in old town Europe or Plazas as we know them....but we have woken to a beautiful clear sky in ...
... s birthday. So, while everyone was out whooping it up for Frenchy's big day I was forced to stay in and try to sleep with my insane sunburn. It sounds like everyone had a great time, so I guess I can't feel too bad about it. The next day we got to see some of the sights more towards the waterfront of Barcelona. A large group of people went to Camp Nou, the football stadium in town, which would have been really cool to see. That night we enjoyed a ...
... through the layers of the church walls. You do get an incredible up-close look at the horrific depictions of demons and angels on the church ceiling (burning hot poker up the jacksy, anyone?!), and once outside, the view is spectacular. You get the red rooftop perspective seen on typical postcards of Florence, and with the gorgeous weather and blue skies it's the bomb. Getting down is slightly easier on the thighs, but pretty steep and slippery. We then head to the Croce ...