Frantoio delle Grazie
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... terminus at the Pitti. After this introduction to Florence, we went back for a nap. We forced ourselves back out for a quick dinner where I caught a second wind and, after dropping Susan off at the hotel, went to investigate a bar down the street called Brew Dog, whose tag line was “Craft Beer for the People.” I learned from Francesca, the bartender born in Peru and had grown up in LA, that Brew dog is a Scottish brewery that had ...
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After two hours traveling through the rolling Tuscan hills, we arrived at a small, family owned winery where Lynn, our other tour coordinator had set up an amazing picnic next to the vineyards. We had a short introduction from the vineyard owner on their wine process and a walk through their bottling area, all the while enjoying a glass of their red wine. After, with wine still flowing we had ...
... as we can explain that we are staying with her and she kept us chatting, and indeed the restaurateurs at Le Barrique seem to understand when I offer this explanation. However it was never going to be a problem — after apologetically turning us away on Saturday night because they were full, tonight we are their only customers! With winter starting to bite in the last few days, they seem not too surprised by this, though. The food is ...
... trying to get a decent photo without some stranger photo bombing the shot! Pat and I decided to walk up the tower - all 300 steps - and it was well worth the effort! The views of the city were wonderful with lots of red tiled roofs as far as the eye could see! There are seven bells at the summit - five large ones and two smaller ones - all representing the days of the week.
The Cathedral was impressive! Although we haven't seen a bad church yet and most ...
Today my communication problems were with Australia. We have been waiting on a copy of my glasses prescription to be posted home so Talia can scan it for me. They will not email and said they would post it a week ago. I rang this morning and they wanted to fax, or maybe make the glasses and post them to my home and then my family could post them to me! I finally convinced them to email and then Ken found an online ...
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