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There was so much packing to do, as you can imagine, we have collected a few things along the way, Laurie made me dispense with a few things since I have had a little retail therapy! All is good though and we managed to squeeze everything in. Gea, our landlord, came around for a farewell drink, after she left we went into "Antica Enoteca" in via della Croce near the Spanish Steps for a pasta and a bottle of Nero d'Avola, yum, an early night, we have a big day ...
... the land belongs to. However, now due to mechanization and outsourcing a lot of the jobs in the valley are being lost" Suddenly it strikes me that what I am seeing here is a parable of modern civilization. People abandoning their roots and a hard but sustainable way of life, living off the land in search of an easier life in the city. Then, eventually urban civilization falls apart, always at the whim of the global economy. But by this time people have lost ...
... Under the Tuscan Sun" was made We walked through the streets shared gelato and shopped. Jax stopped to pet a dog and made a friend of his elderly owner , she closed her shop and had Jax escort her and her dog back to the town square. We all found a few treasures to bring home and headed back to meet Lucca at the van. Montepulciano is a hilltop town that is home to my favorite wine region.... Lucca reserved a table for us on ...
... monuments, churches, and that ooze gripping adventures and romances, victories and
defeats. The Duomo, domed Santa Maria del Fiore cathedral, was the best place to start. We then spirally moved outward to absorb the historical glories and sorrows this place had endured.
Bartolomeo Ammanati's Marble Fountain of Neptune in Piazza della Signoria is a
remarkable engineering masterpiece. Built in mid 15th century, this Roman aqueduct ...
... time the train left. It was hard to figure out how the heck to navigate the Roman/Italian train system. As we are running around these platforms, up and down stairs, I am hyperventilating a little bit and trying not to freak out and cry. I was having visions of myself crying in a bathroom alone for the rest of the day while my room mates plotted my death. I thought I would end up paying them back for their train tickets and being scared of ...