Le Tre Perle B&B
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Currently I'm sitting in the villa my parents rented for the week in Tuscany. We are not in Siena, we are not in Colle di Val d'Elsa, we are not in Staggia, and we are not in Fontana.......we are in the middle of a cornfield in the middle of nowhere. And it is exactly where I want to be. It's quiet, it's quaint, and it's definitely Tuscan. After the whirlwind days we've been having traveling all over, relaxing here with a glass of wine is well-deserved.
... he is studying to be an engineer so we had a most wonderful morning together. As we took pictures together he reviewed photographic concepts with me but best of all he really worked with me on using Live View and my tilt LCD display.
After my class I rushed back to the apartment as Susan was going to try and book a nail appointment for herself and a pedicure for me. After two months of steady walking my feet are in need of some TLC. I arrive back at the apartment to ...
... to buy our breakfast and lunch groceries at the supermarket near our hostel, the Mercato Centrale was too good to pass up. After a long, stomach rumble inducing walk around the entire market floor filled with oils, sauces, pasta, meat, cheese, fish, shellfish, bread, fruit and vegetables we settled on seafood and sandwiches. The seafood box came from a shop where a sharp dressed local helped us decipher the menu and explained the joy of ...
... went to an olive oil producer. Already, this trip has refined my palate more than I had imagined. We learned how to taste olive oils and how best to use them. At the end of our tasting, they gave us a sample of Bertoli olive oil to compare it to and I gagged because it tasted so bad.
Afterwards, we visited Pastaficio Fabbri Strada, a pasta factory in the Chianti region. We received a lecture on pasta making and gluten content from a 4th generation pasta maker and ...
... had explored the Palazzo it was almost noon and we were
sufficiently hungry so we grabbed a quick lunch after walking through
a large outdoor market. The market was full of tempting souvenirs of
Florence, however one of the disadvantages of packing light is that
you have absolutely no room for souvenirs. For lunch Nathan had penne
with tomato sauce and I had chicken and baked potato.
took a stroll accross the Ponte Veccio and made our way to ...