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... I heard
Simon and this guys wife laughing behind me.... HOW EMBARRASSING! They
made it into a big joke though, made me feel better. They were
Americans. It was actually pretty funny, I felt so ridiculous! I saw
them again later in a shop and the man said, "now I'm in
Blue, yours is in white stripes ok!" (Referencing Simons striped shirt). So that was pretty funny. Awkward!!! Another
highlight of Murano was walking past factories where you could poke ...
... s book to select off the beaten path places to eat and both were closed, so we ended up having a nice meal at a restaurant somewhat close to the hotel and on one of the smaller canal's. I had the lasagna and Natasha braved the menu of the day, which was a mussel and pasta dish and Liver and Onions with Polenta. We got back to the hotel around 4pm local time, checked into our room, and opted for a 2 hour nap. It was 11pm when I woke up to start writing this blog - Natasha is still ...
... single train for our journey from Nice to Venice, and countless tears during our 12 hour journey, we arrived in magical Venice. While still bitter after the days events, we sucked up our bad luck and empty wallets and went for a walk and grabbed an authentic Italian dinner. To add to our bad luck, we broke our wine bottle opener and couldn't even drown our sorrows in alcohol ...
... inspires each architect/firm (as untold in typical interviews), some were not even what I’d expect from them and that was really exciting for me.
As for Steph’s other favorite, the Giardini pavilions, we came to find that most of the general public had no idea these structures even existed, which can be easily attributed to the fact they aren’t mentioned in any regular (non-architecture) travel guides. Together, they comprise the largest enclave of ...
... Rufina, Chianti, Rosso Toscano)
•Campo al Mare Estate (Bolgheri DOC, Vermentino IGT)
•Vigne a Porrona Estate (Montecucco, Morellino, Maremma)
•Ronco dei Folo Estate (Colli Orientali del Friuli, Pinot Grigio, Tocai, Sauvignon).
John Duval - Sequel
Few winemakers are as synonymous with the iconic wines of a country as John Duval, best known for his work with Penfolds’ Grange, the gold standard for Australian Shiraz.