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... Roman fašade with statues all along the roof—quite different from any church I’ve seen. Here I’m joined by a tipsy Moroccan fellow who doesn’t seem to be doing to well after coming to seek his fortunes here in Italy. I don’t usually sing for drunk people—they tend to be rude, always interrupting me in the middle of a song. But I haven’t had a lot of audiences today so, without telling him that I live in Morocco, I start ...
... and we waited for ages for dinner – not that we were hungry. Toni’s farming friend from the north came over as he was here buying kiwis for their cooperative. I believe he is one of the tallest men I have ever seen and certainly the tallest Italian! Savario was close to 6’ 10" and Toni, Craig and I looked hilarious next to him. Dinner was so delicious. Melanzana Parmigiana – which we have to learn to ...
... where pizza was invented and therefore since we were only a town away we needed to get pizza for lunch. It did not disappoint and was really really delicious and different from the rest of the pizza we had in Italy. After our trip around Pompei it was back to Rome. I was not looking forward to the week because I am currently drowning in school work from traveling so much without internet and my computer I don't do anything from Thursday-Sunday. Little did I ...
... Nella: Small restaurant with excellent food! The owner played the French Horn for everyone there. Trattoria Nella Acqua al due: Fantastic restaurant. Get the pasta sampler and the steak with balsamic sauce. Yum! Le Antiche Carrozze: Great meal! Le Antiche Carrozze Brincello: Excellent restaurant! The ribollita and wild boar are great! In the Region of Tuscany: San Gimignano: - Hotels/Agriturismos: Hotel Sovestro: Very close (about 2km) ...
... a few inches from my face. Our local friend Mario even said to be careful eating at roadside restaurants because of the cars, but they are hard to resist with their great views. Because there is only one road, everything not on it is reached by alleys and because of the slope, these are mostly stairs. There are just steps and steps in this labyrinth of a town. It is amazing and beautiful and tiring. :) I have ...