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... winemaking leftovers.. it tasted absolutely awful.) I think they were trying to get us drunk.
Sammi and I had a bit of a rough time getting home (no not because we drank too much). For those that have been keeping up on my blogs, just think about the travel story in Sicily. Basically Italian public transportation sucks. And trains, are simply not my friend.
Live and learn, right? Again…
... take our picture - turns out she didn't press the shutter completely. She spoke English and asked where I was from. I said US, Wisconsin. She asked where I was from. Finally I understood she was asking where in Wisconsin. I said Appleton - she was from Little Chute.
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... enough in the universality of birthday celebrations for us to join in the fun. I don't know if it was the wine, the limocello or the Merry-go-Round ride but Mum insisted we sing happy birthday to him in English before we left! The birthday boy seemed delighted despite our singing voices.
Just when we thought the day could not be any more enchanting, we looked up and saw a spectacular full moon that lit the roof tops of Florence ...
... food you could think of being served. We got in line for the wine, and I ended up being the pourer for several of the town's people. In fact one little lady, after I poured her wine toasted Monte by saying "allora". We ate in a restaurant called Trattoria La Torre. I had bruschetta and ribolita and, of course we had Chianti wine. On our way home last night on our 1 mile long gravel road in the middle of no where at least 15 wild boar ran in front of our car. Bona ...
... became harder and harder. The climb up into the Boboli Gardens for the view of Florence shown expansively below us and then the equally exhausting treck back into town to forage for life saving gelati saw us literally collapse at a table in the first available opportunity and clean up 3 litres of cold acqua naturale before we could even talk to each other.
When we had first encountered the Duomo of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, there had been a ...
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