Agriturismo Casa Bistino
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Oh no... the car breaks down on the way home, as it starts snowing again, so all that good stuff had to wait.
And it did wait for us, particularly Lisa who waited for the tow truck, while Helena and I went on home.
But all is done, and we are now about to sit down to a scrumptious, I'm sure, roasted chicken dinner and a good red wine.
Later. Ciao! Ciao!
... eat the first words out of our mouths are do you have free WiFi...so instead of socializing we all sit on our phones trying to be with the rest of the world. From here on out I want to try and be better about this. I know that my only form of communication with friends and family is social media and there is a time difference but I want to be conscious on not relying on my technology and instead enjoy and indulge in the culture I am living in right now.
... now,) and there were introductions and welcomes and filling out of residency permit applications. Then we all went to dinner together, courtesy of the program, which was obviously delicious. We had pasta and thin slices of turkey in some sauce and some vegetables and (of course) wine. Afterwards we got to have gelato and our professors pointed out some interesting things (most of which we'd seen anyway that morning.) When we returned to the ...
... Our taste buds are overjoyed! Afterwards, Nat gives us some time to inspect all the Conti offerings. Needless to say, we'll be coming back here later in the week!
What better way to follow all these tastings than with MORE tastings. So it's off to the Vineria Zanobini for wine tasting in the tasting cellar and grappa tasting with a unique twist. The owner has devised a method using what amounts to a perfume atomizer to ...
... delicious local food and wine - and then met an American girl from Minnesota at a place called "The Joshua Tree". She was dating a Florentine guy, Paulo, who worked there, and so the 4 of us proceeded to have a great time - he even let us stay after they had closed. It was fun to try enhancing our Italian speaking skills (or lack thereof!) with Paulo and learn some more interesting things about the city. Fun night to cap off the day! ...