Meridiana Country Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... that basically was Agnes in English so we went with that. She was able to get us thru the queues and enter into the museum for a whistle stop tour of the usual myriad of statues, paintings, mosaics, did I say statues and statureque buildings towering over your head with gilded frescos and panels of extreme age. The basilica itself was almost a cacophony of colour and people that you had to push thru to see the Pieta, one of the most moving pieces I have seen in my travels ...
... or drink with them. I have a new found respect for and understanding of Chianti. Don had nicked off early today to join us and was here by the time our Tuscan introduction had finished. After a quick drink, we head off to dinner that had also been booked. It was a night of great food and even better company. David waits for us tomorrow at 8.15 and we are off to Assisi for two nights at around ...
... we got to the start of the walking paths we learned that the first two seaside paths were closed and that only woodsy paths were open connecting the first, second and third towns. Now, it was hot out and I felt we HAD to walk by the sea or perish, so it was back on the train with us. We got to Corniglia and had to climb 382 steps to the village from the station. Oh well, after our adventures in Bologna, what's a little more climbing? At the ...
... with wild boar. This was surprisingly tasty/.
Last nights adventure however will not be repeated. Completely out of my comfort zone I bravely requested the octopus salad. The first few bites were fine but after those few it became evident it really was not for me!!!
Hope all is well at home!
... today. We're not into it enough to stand in the rain all day. The wine tasting was so fun! Went down into the caverns where the wine is aged in wooden barrels. Then they had tables set up for us with bruschetta and their own olive oil,yum! I am amazed just experiencing these places. We went to a small walled village from 1700's that still has 44 people that live there. Everything is still authentic there and ...