Hotel Argentina Curatone
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... Chuisi just on 1pm and intended to pickup our hire car....only everything in Italy closed from 1-4pm everyday so instead we had a prolonged lunch at Chuisi station.
Even in Italy, railway station cafes turn out great food!
We picked up our little two door Fiat at 4pm and drove 35mins to Panicale.
Our Umbria, Panicale experience now begins!
... and salty taste.
On the other hand, they seemed blown away by the smells when I cooked for myself. Meals such as roasted and potatoes with carrots and onions and a creamy mushroom sauce had them watching with jealousy. Elena has asked that I help her to get her family eat more vegetables, so we have big plans for cooking in the near future. I experimented for dinner tonight with green beans sauteed in minced garlic, ...
... And then we walked to Piazza Della Signoria which is the political center of Florence. The statuary at the Piazza was amazing.
Our tour ended at at leather shop where they gave us a lesson on how to tell real leather from fake. And we had a little time to shop but the prices were expensive.
We had a lovely lunch in the Piazza Della Signoria at a café in their outdoor seating. Devon had a HUGE steak - ...
... Enrico picks us up and we are off to see the famous old bridge of Florence. I have just reading Dan Browns new novel which is set in Florence so to be able to see some of the things that were mentioned was great. I would have liked to have stopped at the old bridge and walk across as it is full of shops but honestly the crowd that was spilling out and in the entrance to the bridge made this impossible for me. Never mind saved a few dollars.
... tedious, but then the panels with landmasses were illustrated in extreme detail by hand before being carefully applied to the globe. Some of these things were a meter diameter. I did spend some of the time there frustrated by the lack of detail provided on exhibits. There was little about how each thing was used, what it was used for, or how it was made. The labels just said 'astrolabe' and left it at that. Videos provided a bit more for select items, but too ...