Borgo Villino Appartements
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... Corniglia was much smaller but quite different, we walked 365 steps to get there, along a very picturesque, wide, well-made path. At the top we had a traditional lunch of bruschetta and gnocchi overlooking the steep cliff over he ocean - life doesn't get much better than this! Vernazza had a small harbour and was a real feature for tourists, wanting to soak up the magnificent weather of today. We had a lovely homemade ice cream cone here. Monterosso was much larger, and reminded ...
... senses, get lost and unruly. Enough of the rant...Cooked up a storm in Florence and learnt the skill from a very cute Italian Stallion, Alessandro. OMG...I'm a converted fresh homemade pasta maker and if I could, I would have Alessandro accompanying every meal.
Speaking of meals. I'm off for a Insalata for dinner up the road in Manarola, Cinque Terre. The thought of salad definitely does not give me goosebumps but my muffin top will thank me for it ;)
... Greek Islands tour to come.
We hopped on an early flight out of Rome for Athens (and not overly sad to be leaving Italy to be honest – Langy you were right, I didn’t fall madly in love with it and I was underwhelmed). We were hyped to not only be reuniting with our sweet little Anker once more, but also to have the time of our life with the twenty three other beach-goer thrill-seekers that we were about to meet!
More GREAT times to come. I guarantee you!
... sheep, quite a long legged breed and like a freisian cow quite bony and not breed for meat.
These forage on local pasture and herbs and in the winter are given hay made from the same grass and never silage of balage to affect the taste of the milk.
We then went through the cheeses starting with the youngest to the most mature and even got to try the most expensive which was truffle, very nice too, first a taste of mushroom, then an ...
... would turn up a bit later. We were brought a tureen of Tuscan vegetable soup and even after attempting to eat slowly, by the time we had finished we were still the only ones in the restaurant, which was the way it stayed for the entire 3-course meal. We weren't even joined by our host. I guess the invitation was lost in translation a bit, especially when the waitress asked us if we wanted the bill charged to our room. It ...