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... mask the flavors of the meal if you drink it alongside the food. Little things like that.
Wine, too, began to present itself to me in a way that I didn't know to be possible. Learning to recognize the individual flavors of wine -- hints of coffee, the stinging taste red fruit and perfumes of walnut -- is not a skill reserved only for trained sommeliers. Rather, I even could do it on a basic level after a few weeks. ...
... many times that we could see rain in the nearby hills, but it was either right behind or in front of us all week. We credited Lynn and Eduordo for ordering the weather!
The scenery today was still the rolling hills, but very different...lots more forest, then vineyards hugging the steep hills. We were in Chianti and I loved seeing the tractors out working the vineyards, and riding through the very small villages where ...
Today we visited Sienna, another gem of Tuscany. It has well-preserved city walls with splendid architecture. The historic centre of Siena has been declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site. It is one of the nation's most visited tourist attractions. Siena is famous for its cuisine, art, museums, medieval cityscape and the Palio, a horse race held twice a year. Siena retains a ward-centric culture from medieval times. Each ...
... a cold sweat - lol. Some road work on the outskirts of Naples caused a little hiccup but after that it was smooth sailing all the way to Siena.
I'd forgotten just how expensive the tolls are over here - first fee, from Naples to Civita Castellana was nearly 18Euro and the last leg was just shy of 8Euro.
After our slight detour into Civita Castellana we arrived in Siena around 12:30pm and had the interesting experience of driving in the limited traffic zone to get to ...
... be staying this evening though, and will get to see some of the town when the visitors have left. The degree to which San Gimignano has retained its medieval character is astounding. As I wonder the narrow streets that crisscross the town I always seem to end up back at the centre. Is that my poor sense of direction, or is it just very contained. Judging by the length of the shadows, the sun is beginning to fall, and I decide to find a vantage ...