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Our third day on the bike was going to take us to Monticello, famous for the wonderful Brunello wines that we enjoyed last night. At the route rap, as yesterday, there was a significant climb into Monticello ( about 5k). My hand was sore from yesterday, and I needed to get comfortable again due to my two spills from yesterday. Once I got on, I kept …
... We needed lunch after that and we had a cute little restaurant all to ourselves - how romantic. First time I have had Minestrone in Italy and it was yummy. The panna cotta with Amaretto we shared was also very delicious and different to others I have tried. We tried to do some shopping without luck and then went to the Museo Del Opera which was full of all the beautiful things they have taken out of the duomo to protect it – like the magnificent leadlight and some ...
... gelato shop I had seen earlier and found appealing. Jim was unsuccessful but I found the gelato. As I stood in line, Bernice asked what I was going to get and I told her Tiramisu. A young man who was waiting for his order with his very pretty wife and adorable daughter said you can't go wrong with Tiramisu and I agreed. He spoke excellent Italian and perfect unaccented English. It turns out he was from Atlanta but living in Rome. He not only ordered my gelato but insisted on ...
... is not many shops open early, but all the locals seem to be attending church. We think there is a christening or wedding, something more than just normal church services. Its lovely just to wander the streets and lane ways, still pinch myself we are here. We drive on to the little village of Abbazia di monte Oliveto Maggiore which at the bottom of the hill has a large Benedictine monastery. The Archicenobio of Monte Oliveto Maggiore was founded ...
... most of Siena. A big bonus we were not expecting is the room has a shared kitchen, refrigerator, stove, and to make Carol smile, a washing machine! We chat with Lorenzo for a bit, pay, and put our feet up looking out on Siena. We head around 1830 to check out a few places on our dinner list that are nearby. We settle on a small little place and stroll down the street until they open. There are flags hanging all down the street and fish lamps above our head. We are in the ...