Travel Blogs from Montespertoli
... gold price went through the roof still also from china. And then a few stray ones. I have an eye for these things. One stood out, not a shell one, but black and white a classical roman lady, tapped on the teeth it proved to be glass or stone, even if moulded glass still a nice piece, filthy of course as so often the case with dealers, with the aid of pen and paper we haggled a reasonable price. Having cleaned it up I think it's two ...
... lost everyone else. Good thing we had a final meeting point and time! On the way back, Michelle clicked the wrong address so we started going the wrong direction, I asked how long the GPS said it was going to take when we got home and when she said three hours, I knew something was off (it only took us an hour to get there). We turn back around and then Kevin missed our turn off, so we started heading in the air direction again. The problem with Italian ...
... and many other works of art - even the Roman statues that the Medici family had acquired for their Uffizi. We saw the Medici bridge, the David replica (which stands in the original square since the original statue is in the Academica Museum that we did not go to) Walking back and forth from the train station, we also saw the Duomo several times. There was an ancient "soccer" type game called Calcio ...
Awoke around 6 this morning to find Lauterbrunnen well and truly blanketed in snow. The snow had obviously fallen over night and continued to do so until after we had left a couple of hours later. The snow was so heavy that one of the other Top Deck buses became bogged. We tried to push it out, but eventually a tractor came and pulled it out. That made us over half an hour late.
Then about an hour into the trip we had to attach chains to the bus due to ...
... olive oil and salt), prosciutto ham and some incredibly soft cheese. Whilst we were savouring the taste sensation we were given an introduction to the wine regulations and standards of the Chianti region. This includes the Doc-G accreditation and the Black Rooster label – both of which ensure that the bottled wine meets an excellent standard that is guaranteed. A true Sangiovese wine must have no less than 85% Sangiovese ...
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