Massa Vecchia Albergo Podere
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Cooking class and lunch! Loved the cooking class, taught by the owner and the 2 chefs. We made; Focaccia Bread Zucchini tart Pasta Ravioli stuffed with smoked ricotta and fresh ricotta with fresh tomato sauce Guinea stuffed with sausage wrapped in pancetta Chocolate soufflé Then we ate.... OMG. So wonderful!!!! Suffered by the pool the rest of the ...
... Tour through Tuscany on Monday!
What a great day. We splurged for a private tour through Viaggi d'Ambra and it was worth every Euro. We started the morning driving north of Siena into Chianto Classico region. We first stopped at a small winery, in the home of the owners, Il Podernino, that has been passed down through generations of the family. Christian, our tour guide, walked us around the building and explained ...
... wound up making it through the entire day! Next we went across the street to the Baptistery (Florence's oldest building - over 1,000 years old). This was small and very impressive with beautiful bronze doors we only got a peak at - as they were was being restored. Inside you see remarkable ceiling mosaics made from Venetian glass designed in the late 1,200's. This was a nice respite - it was cool and empty (of tourists) and you could sit in a ...
... of St Catherine in St Dominic's Basilica, the Piazza il Campo, the Palazzo Pubblico with its beautiful interior decoration and lofty tower (which we climbed), the Duomo and other wonderful things. Somewhere in there we also had lunch! Hitting the road in the late afternoon we made our way back to Bellaugello and the tranquility of rural Umbria glad we'd taken the time to drive over to Siena for the ...
... mistake unfortunately but at least we had something to get us going again. The first view of Siena from a short distance outside the old walls is stunning. The city rises up in front of with the crowning glory being the Siena Cathedral completed in 1215. The exterior is white and greenish black marble in alternating stripes. We entered the city beside the Basilica Catherine also known as Santa Domenico. This is in the Gothic style and made of bricks. It contains ...