Travel Blogs from Murlo
... you have added to the pasta, making it more enjoyable overall.
We continued shaking the pot of vegetables, which eventually started to break down the tomatoes into a light sauce, as the pasta cooked. We slowly added some red wine to cool it down and make it saucier, while also adding water directly from the cooking spaghetti pot.
Emmanuel tip #3:
If you use pasta water in a sauce, the starch helps bind the sauce ...
... At the very top of a lengthy climb we reached a tiny town called Sicelle that, at first, seemed abandoned. There was nothing more than a church, one restaurant, a tiny hotel and a woman watering her plants near the church.
We were in desperate need of sustenance, and since the restaurant was closed for another hour and a half, we kept trekking, eventually arriving at a house with decorative rugs hanging outside on clothing ...
... place, pigs and wild boar hanging, a humongous range of salami and other cold meats. One of the best food experiences.
We then climbed to the towns highest point to have a look over the valleys.
Had some more rain this afternoon, probably the heaviest we have had - we still went for a brisk walk about the village we are staying in - called Chiocchio, wandered amongst the houses, Its nice to see how everyone lives, certainly some great ...
... in Siena we shop at the "Conad" aka acme. At first I bought healthy food but after I saw how expensive that was I have switched over to hard boiled eggs, PBJs ( I eat 3 a day) and cereal for during the week. I remember last summer Mary Lauren complained that food was so expensive in Boston and all she could afford was PBJ.... I finally understand her struggle!! Back to this weekend. Thursday, after breakfast we bought an 18 euro unlimited 12 hour venedeto basically their form ...
... was tense to say the least! The line up order was announced, ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting