- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... good). Then, we went to a bakery, and I bought half of a loaf of Ciabatta for 0.95E. Score.
When we got back, we began eating the delicious fresh food that we had bought. I then had a plum and some grapefruit juice that we had bought at the Conad earlier this week and had a full meal out of it all. Very satisfying.
After hanging at home for a little while, I set off for my last "first" class of the semester- World Religions. ...
... Dark brown & black oozing dank salty aroma! The duomo on the outside looks impressive but the inside is quite a let down. A quick story, Siena & Florence were at war for hundreds of years. Florence to the north is a bigger city but Sienna had the biggest and baddest Duomo in the land which ****** off Florence. So, Florence decided to build a Duomo just a little bit bigger. Bragging rights on a sickening level. But, if ...
As we were again quickly running out of clothes and were fed up of washing them in the shower and waiting for a day for them to dry we decided to splurge on a washing machine and tumble dryer. This meant we needed to stay close to the hostel for the morning so that our clothes didn't get chucked on the floor when an impatient traveller also wanted to do their washing. We studied the map to find something to do that was close to the hostel discovering ...
... sat for some time, chilling and mixing tastes around, we added a healthy amount of extra virgin olive oil and divvied it all up over small pieces of bread that we had arranged logically on a plate. The subtle basil taste slightly muted the harsh spice of the garlic, allowing the sweet tomato taste to really come through.
Once the guests had arrived and we had convinced them to have to wine with us, we sat down and ...
... famous butcher in the world (what a title). I had read about Dario before and many famous chefs like Anthony Bourdain, Jamie Oliver, etc have studied at his butcher shop so I was excited to see what he would do.
We arrived at the shop and were greeted with glasses of wine and snacks (bread spread with lardo - before you balk, it was actually really good, I want some more just writing about it, yum!). P and I got a picture with the famous "crazy" butcher. ...