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... to drop the rental off at Termini. If anyone out there has tips on navigating to Termini without running into zounds of people, I am all ears. I will be looking at that in much more detail before we make our way into Rome. Maybe I can change the drop off to Orvieto and take the train in from there? How does that sound Lizzie? :) (Lizzie says no, but good try...)
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Back to our tale....
Once the man came from ...
... may have heard of some of them: Dante, Michelangelo, Galileo, Machiavelli, etc. A regular feast of deceased notables.
In the end, Florence was simply wonderful. We quickly settled into a rhythm of the Italian café (espresso or macchiato) standing up – sometimes with a pastry. Then we would hit our sightseeing items for the day before the heat of the afternoon. Lunch was usually driven by randomly picking a quiet café or ...
... get dinner. Jason and Jackson had told us about a place near Santo Spirito and we thought we found it (but it turned out not to be the right one) but it was so good! The portions were kind of small, but the food was really good! After dinner I went to the store to get some snacks for my trip and then went back to my apartment to finish getting ready so I could go to bed!
Woke up early to really bad allergies, want to scratch my eyes out and rip my nose off!! Argghhhh why didn't I bring Claritin with me, headed into Montespertoli when everyone else finally woke only to discover the pharmacy is closed on a Sunday, stopped by the COOP ( the local supermarket) instead to get some supplies for the week, everyone knew we had arrived, the boys grabbed a cart each which was a basket on wheels and started weighing our fruit and veg in ...
... 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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