Le Corta di San Giusto
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... happy to receive the scraps from his table and fresh weeds.
Time to put on our aprons and get down to business. Silvano in English and Rita in Italian proceed to instruct us in the fine art of creating the perfect tiramisu. Kevin grates the chocolate and Blake gets started on whipping the eggs and sugar. Soon all hands are on deck involving dipping cookie wafers in espresso ...
Salve! So after a few hours of sleep, I woke up and got ready for the day! I'd like to start off by saying that my shower is super weird. I kind of have to stand in a corner of the bathroom with a curtain semi wrapped around the kind-of-corner and then maneuver around so that one of the 5 poorly aimed streams of water actually hits somewhere on my body. Now it's annoying and weird, but by the end of this it'll probably be one of those things I actually miss about Florence. Then ...
... shade is partway down. We are also moving at a pretty good pace. Almost to the Italian border! Well made it to Milano where I had to change trains. We were running late and I was freaking because I thought I was going to miss my connection. But no problem - made it OK! Now headed to Firenze, aka Florence to all you Yanks! Should be met at the station by Dottie &/or Mark. So looking forward to my visit! Again, More ...
... and ate some yummy gelato at this cute Santa Trinta shop that was all pink and girly. With some of the best Gelato here. We brought it out to the river and sat on a bridge that had piers over the river. It was great! So yummy!
And we decided since we didn't have to get up tomorrow for class we were gonna "RAGE"... to us this means going out to a bar... drinking is not mandatory. We went to the Red Garter that we had been to earlier this week and loved ...
... appetizers while indulging in the scenery around this outside restaurant. Todd sat at our table and told us about his life story and how he came to live in Florence after being born and raised in San Francisco. Once lunch was done, we headed to our next winery, which was located in a historical fortress. This was neat because we got a history lesson and a sample of great wine also. This wine was ...
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