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... indoors to see where the grapes are processed into the finished product, and he currently makes red, white, rose and sparkling wines. We were amazed to learn that a traditional cork costs 1€, but he also uses a far cheaper version made with a 'washer' of solid cork at either end and the middle consisting of reconstituted cork product. He went through a similar talk in respect of his olives, including a technique using centrifugal force to remove water from the ...
... enough time to settle into our hotel room, explore a bit, and finally experience the amazing food. We arrived on a Thursday evening and it was low key, in terms of people out and about. Our first stop was an amazing coffee shop (one of my favorite places to visit on our way out in the morning and coming back to the hotel room in the late afternoon before dinner) - Torrefazione Marchi!!
There are no “to-go” cups, you ...
... was just outside Innsbruck but first we stopped there
for a couple of hours. It has heaps of the right sort of
character, although very wet. It has been home for the winter
Olympics two or three times. We saw the ski jump. Awesome. The
flat rolling country contour has now changed to alp like country.
Very spectacular. We also visited the world famous Swarovski show
room and were impressed by their beautiful range of crystal after
... on a little bridge over a canal and this was followed with some cannoli from a bakery. Onwards we marched until we found ourselves in what we assumed was more of a local residential area, with very few tourists, exactly the kind of area we were hoping to find. We headed towards the train station and stopped in to buy our tickets for tomorrow to Florence. From here we crossed the grand canal into ...
... a private sales pitch red velvet seats and all. Decided lack of sales saw us being ushered out by a fixed grinned salesman. Lack lustre lunch. Haggled the gondola ride down by 20 euro and experienced an entertaining punt around the canals. Just the right amount of commentary combined with singing (his and ours) mingled with fellow gondolier banter during a canal bottleneck makes for a memory worthy highlight of the day (and adds competition amongst the high lights!). What ...