Il Borgo di Vescine - Relais del Chianti
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... San Gimignano, about an hour away, another hilltop village and one we had enjoyed 3 years ago. First the mandatory steep climb into the square and then a gelato talk from the worlds best gelato winner for two years. Of course in this heat it's important to cool down and gelato is an excellent way to do so!! The picture of mine is chocolate, passion fruit and yoghurt....and yes tasted seriously good. ...
... hillside and along that ridge. We have found ourselves in Radda, the only hilltop town in Chianti for three nights at the Relais Vignale.
Radda is a beautiful medieval town enclosed in large defensive walls. It has been inhabited since the 9th century and like most Tuscan towns came under Florentine control. The town has a medieval look characterized by narrow streets meeting in the main square, Podesta where of ...
... my jacket. Tonight dinner is back in the hotel and I find myself dining with Mariapia, John, Paula and Jess. Again it's the four course meal with more pasta. We talk about future plans for travel and it seems like it's a go ahead for New Zealand with Mariapia and John seriously contemplating living in Australia, Conversations continue through to the lobby/bar and I call it a night just after midnight as we are off to the Monte Carlo casino ...
... a lot smaller that I thought! I was 9 when I last saw it and have a cheesy picture of me trying to hold it up! So I was on a mission...we were all going to do the silly holding up the tower pose! It was hot but we did it! We walked around some more and stopped for a granita (slushy) and got totally ripped off with that bill..We then had a tour of the city and was surprised that the population of Pisa is mainly young as the Univeristy of Pisa is one of the oldest in Europe and is ...
I've been so busy with school recently that I haven't been able to post! It was almost like three months of no work and all play; then BAM! 5 group projects (one worth 100% of my grade) and 4 tests all in a 3 week period. Eeeeep! I finished my 4 presentations - 3 were last week and one was on Monday. On Monday, my last group also turned in our final project - we are meeting with the professor on Friday. Today I had one of my four finals and the others are ...