Casprini Da Omero
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... and having to ask Nick to finish it (which he did willingly) Nick's highlight: pizza...finally Nick's lowlight: Uomo (men's) stores extended lunch time Brian's highlight: dinner at Villa Bordoni with roasted prawns sitting on top of of cucumber spaghetti and yogurt sauce Brian's lowlight: Uomo (men's) stores extended lunch time Christine's highlight: T-bone steak for dinner at Villa Bordoni Christine's lowlight: ...
... The big man with the little dog was ordering coffee for us, no one spoke english, didn't know what was going on really, but espressos turned up, big man was still talking to us. We tried to order a coffee for this guy but he wouldn't. He left when we got our coffee.
So coffee and a pizza slice thing. I think we had two espressos. Will need a dentist when I get home, cant have espresso without sugar.
When we payed somehow the man behind ...
... be about three hours or so now , Forese looking tired as he explained to us he is up at dawn every morning, around 5 am or earlier.
No we can't leave yet.
Next was Vinsanto and Biscotti . Vinsanto of course. A lovely dessert wine, not sharp and stabby. Dip the biscotti in the Vinsanto , yum yum.
And finish with espresso.
Perfect but we were so full.
This was an amazing experience with the best food ever. As we waddled out Forese was fussing around ...
Today we woke up the sound of dogs barking outside, I think the guesthouse we were staying in was part of a farm or at least it sounded like it was! we had the kindest hosts who couldn't speak a word of English so we engaged in communication through nods and hand gestures. Travelling has made us realize how many people speak English from other non English speaking countries. We have been making an effort with the little bits of it as we have picked up some phrases but ...
... people were jet lagged, this doesn't include me, but we relaxed a lot for the next few days. We had a survival tour the next morning. One of the API staff members took us on a tour to the main attractions of Florence; the train station, Duomo, API center, library, and the Central Market. Also it was nice because they told us tips, like how to order a coffee and not get ripped off. If you ask for a coffee, they will charge you to sit and drink it so it will cost like ...