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... Looking at jewelry is so much fun, but also so frustrating for someone like me on a VERY limited budget! We found SO many things we liked, but unfortunately couldn’t afford in this lifetime…..unless both of us get REALLY good paying jobs (I MEAN REALLY GOOD PAYING JOBS)!
As we were nearing the end of our trip back over the bridge, a sparkling gold ring caught my eye. The ring also ...
... city bus pass him. I noticed a lovely older woman on her bike, beautifully dressed and looking so relaxed.
Continuing my stroll, my next destination was the Mercato Centrale, a two-story food market & located next to the leather market. I found my scarf boy & bought two more, then I decided to get Austin a nice Italian leather belt. So many belt stalls & I had no idea who I should buy it from, I chose a stall & the man couldn't have been ...
... so back to work I went. I spent the day stabbing holes in the blu cheese, flipping the Buccia di Rospi and transferring the Lingotti d'Oro from their containers onto the metal grates. I chatted with Emmanuele about whichever topics came to mind -- music, cooking, Italian cities -- and he responded as best he could.
Feeling bored after work, I went back to the trail I had discovered yesterday and went the opposite direction, following a river that eventually ...
... back up. Off we went…on our way to Pisa.
Doug decided he did not want to take the Autostrade (Italian Interstate) as he prefers more scenic routes so he headed to SS1 (like our highways) and we headed the back way to Pisa. Halfway to Pisa we found a HUGE store called “SuperStore” (our Walmart, but more grocery focused). We stopped in and saw the grocery in action and it was intense. There were people EVERYWHERE. We were of course on the hunt for a curling ...
... Since we are in the heart of the Chianti region, it just wouldn't be right not to visit a grape vineyard. So our second stop is just that - at the edge of a huge well tended vineyard where Andrea explains some of the finer points of the region, the grapes, and the wine (which we'll be tasting later). As we more closely inspect the vines, we can see that the bunches are just starting to form. Lingering here in the vineyard takes Ron back to ...