Mariletta Country House
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... extruded pasta) and Pici pasta from Pienza ...this is rolled by hand into long strings about the thickness of macaroni!
Such a time we have had, but we are now already in Bari, Tom's home town...On the way to Bari we had to consult Lulu ...thank goodness for GPS...and Ravioli ...Tom's new name for the navionics program on Rod's iPad. East to Pescare crossing countryside...varied ...
... Steve and Ian elected to bypass the hilltop towns of Radicofani and Montalcino whereas Steve, Clive and I plugged on with the two extra climbs (I did wonder about the sense of it toiling up the hills but the descents were great!).
Along the way we bumped into a few walkers doing the Via Francigena - they were complaining about the heat as well. Virtually all of the rivers we crossed were ...
Began our day in Dubrovnik with a walk to the old town and then a climb to the top of the wall that surrounds the city. it's around 2 km long and the views in all directions are amazing. From here it is easy to see the results of the 1991 bombings that rocked this small city leaving 300 dead and many more homeless. The houses ...
Well, all I needed was 24 hours and I am officially in love with this place. The weather is perfect - cool in the evenings and warm and sunny during the day. We have had two days of relaxing and seeing the sights on and around the estate. There are geraniums, hydrangeas, jasmine and many other flowering plants blooming in abundance and the smell is wonderful. Our house is about a 10 minute walk to the main ...
... think we were here for about 2 weeks before I realized that the 1 and 5 cent coins were even made! Another bit that is interesting to me, and I feel like I've run into this somewhere before, is that they generally don't use the word "cents." Sure, they will say that something costs "two fifty" for €2.50, but it also is not uncommon to hear "two euro fifty." While we often say "a dollar fifty" in the US, I'm not sure I've ever heard someone say "two dollars ...