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... the exposed meat end, which did not look very appealing at all! The wild boar is famous in this region, and the prosciutto from this animal is meant to be quite a delicacy. We were to have wine tasting here as well, but had to purchase a card, put some €'s on it then use this card to insert into a "wine tasting machine", push a button and out came a measured amount of wine!! Interesting idea, but I wasn't convinced it was better than having a person speak to ...
... towers, bridges etc. being illuminated by over 100,000 oil lamps placed in clear glass holders, and positioned on wooden frames that are attached to the buildings to highlight the shape of windows or structural features. A large number of these oil lamps are also set afloat on the river, and this year for the first time, The Leaning Tower was also illuminated using oil pans on all of the levels, and a series were also set up on the city ...
... what to do? How about a Structural Design competition....after all, Cambio the architect had left them a brick model of his dome....it had long been standing in a corner of the unfinished building!
... grass. Since we moved we haven't been as surrounded by grass as we're used to. Me and Mum went to line up. We waited 10 minutes before going inside. It was pretty cool inside. On a total slant. We heard some information about the tower before ascending up the stairs to the top. LOTS OF STAIRS!!! The stairs weren't as bad as York Minster. Not as claustrophobic. But obviously some people in front of us were having some slight trouble. We got to ...
... more interested in seeing pictures of massive compressors being built, but the Vendor's strict confidentiality policy and worry over losing its competitive edge forbids any outsiders from taking photos anywhere inside of its campus. However ... we were allowed to snap a couple of quick photos of this beautiful classic fountain, no doubt inspired by Florence's rich art history during the time of the Renaissance.
So look closer at this fountain, sculpted in ...