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I think maybe it's just the midterms that are stressing me out, but once I get to Friday, I'll have 10 days to go to Madrid, Paris, and beeaauutiful Polignano a Mare to answer to no one and it will be so glorious.
However, some days more than others I really feel like I am ready to go home. I still want to be here and I am forever grateful for this experience, but sometimes I just get SO excited to have those comforts from home ...
... of the day, we have wine flavors of the day:
Chris--Adego Bolgheri (a full-bodied Super Tuscan)
Colleen--Trentino Marzemino (tastes like grape juice)
The dinner was delicious, and dolce was a delicious plum crostada baked in the wood-burning ovens.
We are off to pasta producers and the Chianti region for some wine tastings tomorrow, and will be home late. Watch for our blog post after 11:00pm Italy ...
... meal. He refuses to change the bill. We can't be bothered with the rude manager so we leave after paying the unreasonable bill. On the way out Hinesh accidentally breaks a wine glass - who cares that can be the "sharing" fee they charged us.
I'm feeling annoyed but Hinesh is chilled about it. We go in search for his panini and after a couple of minutes notice a huge line up at this little hole in the wall. Always a good sign. He gets on line and waits his turn. The sandwiches ...
... Italians are very confused when you don't want them to make you a coffee. So they freshly squeeze orange juice for us instead. The typical included breakfast consists of cereals, croissants both plain & filled with jams, chocolate, custard or fruit, yoghurts, bread rolls & cold meats & cheese. Cold meats & cheese with bread is European favourite but I find it weird because we have those kind of rolls for lunch. They always have packets of dried toast like ...
After sleeping in, we went in search of coffee. After a week of having cappuccino's ready for us each morning, we were now on our own. Luckily, like wine bars, coffee is available no matter where you look. I decided that we should head to the Mercato Centrale, the large market that we found last week. It has food stalls for every type of food, pork, poultry, cheese, olive oil, etc and I thought we could find ...