Hotel Le Renaie
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... three different types of local cheese. Next for our first course we made pasta from scratch called pici all’aglione (kind of like a mix between spaghetti and noodles) to have with aglione sauce (tomato and garlic) and fagioli cannellini e timio sauce (pasta with cannellini beans and sauce made with onion and parmesan cheese) which we tried a local red wine with. Finally our main was Saltimbocca which ...
... traditional panzanella. The atmosphere continued to be friendly and jovial throughout, with dry British jokes, and lots of laughter. Once the antipasti were complete, the table was set and we were able to sit down and enjoy the first fruits of our labor. Our instructor's uncle, Fulvio, poured wine for the drinkers and explained the reasoning behind the pairings. We nibbled and tasted our way through the 6 antipasti before being called back to the kitchen to ...
... my mouth is watering again haha.
After lunch we walked around again, staying OUT of the shade. We stopped for a couple espressos, as well as the world champions of Gelato... mmmmmmm Walked around a bit more and stopped at a bakery for terronne (brad clearly) and a cookie that reminded me of a milano Mmmmm Finally headed back to the bus stop around 4 only to find out the bus didn't come til 7:40... oye. Froze for a bit then finally made ...
... My first Italian pizza and it is fantastico!! We dined outdoors at el David. we finished the new with Chocolata Gelato and fireworks to celebrate Patron of Saints day. Still fighting some jet lag, but enjoying every moment of the journey. Italy is everything anyone has ever said about it... and more. Ciao!! Not sure if I can post any pictures. Lori's Mac is not working with my camera and won't dowload ...
... of history. Not much was happening directly inside the walls, the buildings looked a little run down but there was a Saturday market going on where Jodes bough some socks and we bought some fruit for a mid morning snack. To get to the interesting and attractive things in Lucca you need to head towards the centre of town. The main shopping streets were bustling with people and were quite attractive (as were the sales that are still happening). We wandered around looking at ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed