Hotel Foresteria Volterra
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... area out in the middle of the nowhere/the mountains. Silver pipes crisscrossing the mountainsides and roads. The locals would have been torn between the changing landscape and the prosperity generated by the multiple power stations dominating everything.
Voltarre, a walled city on a pinnacle, with narrow windy streets even outside the walls. Rain threatening and windy, but ...
... while I watched blood orange juice at a discount "just for me", I melancholily strolled back to my waiting habibi with my treasures.
NOM, NOM! Nomedy NOM full stop. He was right.
Two train changes then a bus from a back door town where we were the only tourista in sight, 6 hours later we stepped out on the hill top town of Volterra, Tuscany. The 1 hr bus ride from Pondetera to Volterra throughout the Tuscan countryside was ...
Florence is such a beautiful place filled with Art, Museums, beautiful old churches and Lovely squares. Streets of cobble stone and not much room for cars to drive by.
Lots of leather stores and little shops, fabulous restaurants severing up authentic food. The lasagna I ate was to die for and it melted in your mouth.
I would want to back to Florence to visit again.
... and all coils and decorations and you could see in it and there was a skeleton 4 foot something with only the head and feet showing under a red cover and a crown on the skull and the crown and coffin sort of matched and yeaaaa awesome. 8D
And then we went downstairs to where they kept the gold and silver that had been 'donated' by the Medici (yeah, whatever, it's your tomb you rich *******s) and. Oman. So many pieces of supposed saints. So. Many. ...
... bread etc, the olive oils were gorgeous! D enjoyed the wine and bought yet more bottles, mainly as gifts. We stopped to view the Roman theatre, which was quite impressive and interesting to see, and imagine how it once looked. On our way back to the car, wandering through the steets we wandered round picking random wines to take with us, as our friends in Munich had asked for as many as we could bring back, I think they ended up with 8 bottles! So, ...