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... dinner we had artisan pizza. We chose the type we wanted the night before. Jeff had Margarita style and I had ham and cheese. Neither one of us went for the 4 season pizza. I took a picture of one. I should have had it for the experience. After dinner the teachers took the kids back and some of us adults took a slow walk back. The Hard Rock Cafe was quite close to the restaurant. Figures. Grabbed a small Nutella gelato on the way back. The End. For ...
Today started with (a very hilly) walk through the vineyards and hills of the Arno Valley. It was absolutely beautiful, with olive trees, wild herbs and a lone fig tree growing along the dirt roads.
Following our walk and some time to relax, we had lunch prepared by Alberta and Carla, two of the cooks at the cooking school "La Cucina Al Focolare" (the Kitchen By The Fireside). We had the lightest gnocchi we've ever ...
... was free too. Score! We stay a little while and enjoy the ambiance and music.
We are little piggies today and decide to grab a funghi pizza from our local pizza joint and vow only to have a slice tonight and have the rest tomorrow…. we finish it back at the apartment ha ha ha. Oh well, we are on holidays I guess.
Day 5: it is our last day of holidays so we have marked today as indulgence day. We wake up early-ish again as Hinesh wants to head up to the tower in ...
... the other side we were tempted by a shop selling leather goods and a very friendly shopkeeper the end result of which was that Kerrie is now the proud owner of a soft new two toned leather jacket.
Crossing the Arno again by the next bridge we walked back to the plaza containing the Duomo Cathedral complex – tourist central! On the way Kerrie purchased a leather wallet to replace the one that was stolen and we also ...
... with candles at chest height, throwing the shadows of carved cherubs up onto the ceilings and making them into immense, flickering draconian specters, and in every dim corner the faces of saints were transfigured into twitching sneers and gloomy vacancy, fulled with the promise of damnation. It was lovely and also immensely creepy, and I sat for a while enjoying the spectacle.
The whole time, though, the music had been very placid and hymnal, and I ...