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Today was our cooking day. Lesley picked us up and drove us to her house in another nearby village. She is from England , but has lived in Italy for 11 years. She had Lisenna helping, who only spoke Italian. We made 4 courses. For our antipasti we made La Ribollita, or Tuscan bean soup. Our first course was gnocchi with a cheese sauce. We added spinach and tomato paste to some of the potato to make them green, red and white. Our second ...
... We were able to use some of what we learned in our Italian class to communicate pretty well, but it was still a little difficult. We have a nice apartment with a living area/kitchen and bedroom. There are beautiful views of the valley and the vineyards on the property. Tom had made reservations at a really nice restaurant nearby for my birthday. It was the end to a very nice day! Tomorrow we have our Tuscan cooking class,so be ready for more pictures of food! ...
... in Italy?), and had been the site for a wildly popular horror TV series in Italy. Additionally, if you're familiar with the "Twilight" book/movie series, it is the home for the Volturi vampires. I can see why the city is a good fit for the creepy genre, it's sort of a sleepy town in the evening and being high in elevation I'm sure all it would take is some fog to complete the atmosphere.The town has embraced their reputation by opening a torture museum, ...
... that . Still silence. The horse is led out then the priest lets out this loud cry and the crowd responses three times , LOUD! Then rump-pa-ta-tum, rump-pa-ta-tum, rumpatarumpatorumpatatum. The drummers lead the procession out the of the church, followed by all the dignitaries and then the crowd starts to talk and jostles out. Honestly , what did I think?.. I had tears. Such emotion there, such a beautiful animal, such an assault to all the senses. But there is still more to come. Amore Italy ...
... apologized. The bathrooms had gone downhill since his last visit.
The Canadian army were in hand to hand combat winning Orvieto back from the Germans.
Father was in the regiment that fought in this town. Several of the cities we will visit have familiar names from him telling stories about these areas when he was in WWII.
Orvieto is a quiet, medieval town built around and below the church, the Duomo Di Orvieto. The narrow, cobbled ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet