Hotel Ristorante Il Poeta
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... stock (vegetable or chicken) (vege stock was carrot, celery, onion, tomato) Add mushroom mixture after 10 mins Cook risotto for a total of 17 minutes. Take off heat and add butter and Parmesan cheese, move the mixture constantly until it is melted and ready to eat Garnish with mushrooms, Parmesan and drizzle of olive oil (1kg rice to 4 litres of stock) And voila! Risotto done very impressive result - creamy, soupy velvety ...
... we shared a pizza for a late lunch. Once rested, we decided to go for a walk before tea. We headed in the direction of the Ponte Vechio. There were so many tourists with the same idea! Most of the little shops along the bridge were closed, however there were street artists - the music making kind as well as painters dotted along the bridge. We walked back a different way to our hotel and found ourselves in the piazza where the City Hall is. In front ...
... to protect it from the elements and put a duplicate in the same location.
We saw the Duomo, the Santa Maria Del Fiore, the 4th largest catholic church in the world. The front of it was built in the 1800's, the bell tower was built in the 1500's.
We went to the Galleria Dell' Accademia and saw the real Michelangelo's David. They don't allow pictures to be taken there. It ...
... day in Florence where we bought a 10 Euro ticket that got us into numerous museums and sights including the Duomo which was the main one we wanted to go into. So we went into the Duomo and saw a pretty impressive crypt and artwork within the church - it was pretty impressive seeing the crypt and the ruins of the old church over which the new duomo was built. We then waited a fairly long time in a line to try and get up to the top of the Duomo - probably the longest we have had ...
... musical trio singing Italian classics
Given we had all had a healthy amount of festivities the trip home became funny when our normally quiet driver Umberto put on Dean Martin singing Amore, but the real laughter started when the coach lit up with flashing disco lights and lasers. I guess they do this for this stage of the tour because they know we will overindulge! Good fun
Tomorrow we have been warned it may hit 40 degrees. On toward Rome!