Arca di Pienza
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... Aimee can we change your mind??
The hotel staff (Syeed) was very kind and although the restaurant was closed, had the chef prepare us a tray of meats and cheese, olives, bread and olive oil and balsamic. The oil is made here on this property. It was hard not to eat too much but we knew that we had dinner to eat at 8pm in the restaurant on the property. The restaurant had a Michelen star at one point but there is some confusion if ...
... valleys ...rocky mountains similar to the Swartberg......Villages are high up ... Gypsy villages low down....Messy like squatter camps... The marble quarries are amazing...the countryside is flattening out, we pass groves of olive trees and vineyards as well as prickly pears galore on the roadside ... Tom is salivating! Finally we see the sea. Rod and John are at home again....another place to explore! ...
... Attracting resources, relationships, opportunities will be easy from
a place of clear intention, vitality, and self-knowledge, all of which I needed
to stop and realign with here in breath-taking and bountiful Tuscany.
This post is part of a fund-raiser I am presenting this
week. I am going to replenish my
reserves, and smooth the next steps with your help. And I am so excited to send the top several
donors a painting ...
... warm water to the up market spa's probably does not sit well with the locals. Very pretty area though, so we'll worth the visit.
now I am not a cheese person, cheddar slices, and Camembert is about as far as I go. When I was asked to help out with the judging, I thought why not. Well some of the cheese had mould on, and as some people may think that is good, I do not think it should be eaten. Hence my ...
... comparing the menus (and number of customers) of two restaurants, we decided on dinner at the Ristorante Dal Falco. It was a very yummy and rather excessive dinner. We both had pasta (I had pici, which reminded me of the fat noodles we used to get from the stalls behind the Convent in Seremban; Siân had a kway teow-ish flat pasta) with wild boar sauce which was very good. Siân was in the mood for steak and she had a rather large steak (by her standards, not by ...