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... sporting events and other religious, social and cultural events. Amongst the many events tempting us over the last few weeks were, the 19th UFO Conference of Lucca, Maibon - The Autumn Equinox at Chiatra Woods, The 39th Tuscan Cheese Throwing Championships and something called Bureaucracy, Administration, Accounting and Italic Writing. Morphology, Techniques, Theoretical Reflections. Wow!, that last one sounded like a riot, a right barrel of laughs, it was a ...
... the tops of the hills stand out in all their varying terracotta hues, and always with the church tower the dominant feature. How great it would be to have a car and be able to drive between each of these lovely little Tuscan places and wander their ancient streets. One day.
With rail passes enabling us to go anywhere on a whim and with the Cinque Terre almost on our doorstep it was a no brainer to make the effort to visit. These five villages, with ...
... I could even ask how much, Keller shouted "YES, please!" Now, alcoholic lemoncello is not the most thirst quenching beverage after you've been hiking, but we savored the experience.
Hiking down into Monterossa from the above trail was extremely picturesque. Monterossa is the largest of the five villages and we saw why. It was the most spread out and had the largest beaches. We immediately had to stop for ...
... On our return journey we hit the open air market for an afternoon snack of fresh cooked artichokes, green olives in a lemon oil marinade, sun dried tomatoes wrapped in grilled eggplant slices and a slice of fresh olive bread. We followed this salty, oily bit of heaven with a cup of creamy gelato. ...
... to Lamborghini high-end sports cars. What a missed opportunity for Enzo Ferrari!
Although the family no longer owns Lamborghini, they have built a remarkable museum and Ferruccio’s nephew Fabio runs the place. It is open by appointment only and we managed to secure a tour. Fabio personally took us through the museum and showed us the progression of everything Ferruccio built. We ...