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... 1086;сед 85;ий город 80;шко - там (о чудо!) наход 80;тся Apple Store, где муж купил себе телеф 86;н взаме 85; ...
... capers and dried tomato sauce but all homemade and yummy. Funny waiter reminded R of Faulty towers dude - walked around walls of this wee town. Absolutely loved the tiny church here - peaceful music and quiet...had to light a candle for all my family and friends who are so important to me.
Back to a bit of leaking in Apt but no worries. Sylvia will cook for us alone again but it's always fun. Relaxing!! for awhile as we have been pretty much "on the go" for ...
... you can not park on the streets. The city had a quaint feel to it and I enjoyed everything about this city! Tons of great architecture and gorgeous cathedrals! We took the tour around St Catherine's Basilica (duomo) which was stunning! We got to see the inside of the Duomo which the floor was made of marble and had illustrations from the bible which was carved out sometime between 1360s - 1540s. We also went in the crypt ...
We got up at 6am and went for a 1 hour walk to the lower part of town in Colle di Val D'Elsa. We walked down the steep narrow road to the lower part of the town and wandered through the local streets and piazza's before catching the lift back up. The upper part of town where we are staying is on top of a steep cliffed hill as is common in Italy. The lift is built inside the rock face, quite a clever concept, beats walking up the slope.
Our bus picked us up at 9 for our trip ...
The first restaurant that was recommended to us by Fabrizio was where we ended up eating the first night... And then twice more. While I was disappointed at first that there wasn't gluten free pasta, pizza, or risotto the rest of the menu was delicious. Tuscany is actually known for its meats and this restaurant did them very well. From wild boar to beef to veal the stewed, grilled, and roasted dishes were great. The side of zucchini, peppers, and eggplant in ...