Azienda Agricola Torre Alberghieri
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... our table mates (we refer to her as the Italian Jody Foster) that we would be given a tour of the cow. She was right. Tons of wonderful beef including tartar which we discovered is raw meat minced up with other stuff. Michael ate it but Jan declined. We had ribeye, strip and filet but of course they were called things like Bisteca Fiorintino and other things that we cannot readily recall. There were some interesting menu translations as well as you will notice in the ...
... rarely get all 4 wheels in the white lines of the parking bays. Close enough is good enough. Then there are cars parked in areas not made for parking, it looks like they may have run out of petrol, but they are parked. You really need to see this to believe it, so when you get to Italy, have a look at every street corner. In Melbourne, you would be towed away.
And for those of you wondering, the Fiat Punto made it up the hill in first gear and a good run up.
... cheese and soft egg. my next was hand made pasta with Truffles and mushrooms. I love these little things. When I go home I'm going to get a big and go truffle hunting. I think Steve had beet root risotto. Main meal was awesome, I had Guinea fowl stuffed with dried fruit and walnut with an apple tart thing. Steve had slow cooked rabbit on the bone.
And we finished it with Panacotta I had chocolate, real chocolate, and Steve got in first ...
... we were heading for the centre of town. Next up is Greve in Chianti only another 15km away but on this hilly windy "scenic" route 15 km can take quite awhile. The road seems to get higher and smaller and the Italians seem to be driving very fast and passing on curves seems to be a sport here, it certainly keeps us alert. What gets me the most are the cars that come barreling up the side roads and you wonder if they remember that theirs is the stop sign as they come racing out onto ...
... are bakeries around Florence that bake and supply businesses with crossaints, donuts, and other things. They bake throughout the night and from 1-4:00 am if you find one of their glass doors you can buy anything for 1 euro. So last night Alex took us to one that she found and we bought chocolate crossaints. Might I add probably my favorite Italian food. So that was probably the highlight of my night. I'm having a great time with my friends and all the new people I've met here so far. ...
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