Castello di Lamole
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... des jambes très long
Un lion mange de la viande. Les lions mangent les autres animaux.
Un zèbre a des lignes noirs et blancs
Un chameau n'a pas besoin d'eau pour un longtemps.
Un hippopotame est très lourd
Le singe aime sauter
Un rhinocéros est très dangereux
Un crocodile a un nez sur son tête
Une gazelle est trės vite
... legs by the time I get home.
We also visited the Bapistry while we were in the neighborhood but had to skip the Cathedral due to the queue and our time commitments.
Anyway, we've been and seen, taken snaps and been entertained on the ground by watching the illegal sellers gathering up their original authentic artwork, sunglasses and squishy balls in seconds followed by a quick dash to stand near tourists to blend in, or into a side street. The police patrol ...
... out of the top window of the cottage, big smiles, arms talking. We waved and she came down. Absolutely no English but bigs smiles. Introductions as best we could. This is Carla , our hostess. Carla and Forese own this cottage, which is named Casa Forese. She was beautiful. Showed us the house inside and went through all the things in Italian of course, which I repeated out loud in Inglish. The garden was great, ...
... front moved in blowing over 40 knots from the South. It was very interesting being on a scooter in that wind!
We wound our way up and down switchbacks and found ourselves at a Castle with a vineyard. Some grapes, warmed by the afternoon sun, were harvested by Mary Beth....delicious. No wine tasting, the switchbacks were making us dizzy already.
... is a museum, with rooms preserved and/or decorated the way they were in the Medici era and a few grandiose rooms from when the french King Charles VIII took control of Florence. Downstairs there are two courtyards dedicated to sculpture, one is quite a pleasant garden if it weren't for all the sculptures of nude chicks around. There are also several rooms dedicated to modern art, which I'm sorry to say isn't nearly as fascinating as the classical stuff. Maybe I just don't ...