CDH Hotel Radda
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ten to fifteen centimetres of sand is dumped over the cobblestones for the horse race. The city is divided up into seventeen different ( Contradas)suburbs, and these suburbs are based on where you are born.There are images of animals for each Contradas and one of them is a panther. Wallace are you sure that you are not from Siena? Anyway, if the horse wins the local Contradas are allowed to hang their flags out for the six months.The horse is taken into ...
... Bresaola. Capicola. Variety after variety of salami and sausage. Richard had to buy some sausage for breakfast. We also saw a sign for panoramic views ( at least that's how we interpreted it) we walked quite a way in the heat of the day before allowing the hill to beat us. We turned back as it seemed a much longer walk than anticipated. We did however mange to forage for plums and pears. The blackberries were a bit too green and we have become quite discerning ...
... and we said yes to all of it. I was so nervous about how much the bill would be and silently prayed that there was an ATM nearby. I passed on the pate, but ate almost every other item put in front of me. I was stuffed by the time our bill came!
The waiter brought us our bill, and at first glance, we all thought it said 97 euros. That seemed impossible!! Were our eyes deceiving us? Had we drank too much wine? What was going on?? We left the 97 euros ...
... to realize how silly some jobs are, but still they are necessary. Something like there is a guard in front of Duomo who is checking people sitting on it's stairs and if they are having snack or lunch he is coming and saying they can't eat here they have to move, shaking his finger or stuff.
Well, anyways we were stoned, people were moving and actually it was really perfect. Than we changed location to the river, and starred at people from that direction, also was nice, there was ...
... I know what I'm about to say, but both of us were a bit over the endless religious paintings, which vary between the crucifixion, the annunciation, or similar, with varying degrees of gold or depressing depictions of religious fervour..
Our feet were excruciatingly tired after all the walking we'd been doing and the hard floors of the Uffizi made them feel worse. Eventually however we came across the Uffizi cafe, where we decided to have a sit down ...