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... the quality is good and your not sure in other places whether things are made in China and low quality.
That evening our group went to another villa in the Tuscan hills. The villa had been in the same family for over 300 years. They grow their own wine, olive oil, and our meal was mainly from things they grew on their own farm. I thought it was pretty average, nothing special. The owner explained how they ...
... at home which is SO STUPID!) and the Duck entrée. Christopher orders a goat cheese creamed appetizer and the Duck. Now, wine – the last time we were here he chose the wines for us, and gave us some options – we mentioned we’d like to do the same and we’re off! DINNER WAS AMAZING! The wine selections also amazing. We each got a different wine with our appetizer, because, well…they were different!! The pairings were spot ...
... streets and markets, unfortunately being a Sunday all the churches were closed !!! After a very light lunch. (Actually a drink and a strawberry Eton mess lookalike) we headed for our next intrepid trip - Florence by Segway !!! After about 1/2 hour training. (Mmmm ) we finally mastered the basics and set off through the very crowded streets of Florence. The idea of Segway is ...
... glass of water on my night table and downed about half of it, satisfying most of my thirst. Wait.
I ran back downstairs, this time making it to the bathroom, and throwing up all the water I just drank, plus any other painful fluid that's not biologically supposed to leave your body. I was defeated.
There was no way I was going to leave this house anytime soon, I just made a million reservations that were ...
... Good luck finding a way out in a fire – (quickly noted a way out from the window just in case).
Downstairs the street is filled with little boutique shops and it is a short step to a Gelato shop before arriving at the Boboli Gardens for an afternoon stroll. The ones of us who have read Dan Browns "Inferno" book are now starting to get agitatedly excited – this is the garden heavily featured in the book, ...