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Travel Blogs from Radda in Chianti
October 24, 2009
Over the Mediterranean
We have left Spanish soil on our way to Italy, presently flying over Cannes. We've another 45 minutes of flight or so. What a wonderful time we had in Spain. It was a totally different experience from our last time here. We found the right restaurants and the sights were phenomenal. We spent …
... none that I had ever tasted before. I'm not sure how to explain it really, but it just tasted so fresh and light. Then we tasted two kinds of wine. One was a dark fruity wine, and the other was more spicy. I definitely liked the first one much better. Some people didn't even touch the wine at all. Maybe they aren't totally keen on wine, but it is Italy and it is the best wine you can find! Then they brought out pumpkin pasta. I never would have thought to make ...
... builder/architect" idea anymore and while other industries, such as aerospace and automobiles, are combinging artistry and engineering with science and technology, building has stayed very stagnant. The thought is that we must get back to the master architect and make each of these specialized people work together for the greater advancement of building. Anyway, back to Renaissance. From Gothic, the peace and tranquility of Renaissance ...
... gelato- LITERALY! It was a pretty walled old city. Then we went to Pisa and got to see the leaning tower. It was not as tilted as I thought it would be but it was cool.
We went to a Museum called the Uffizi, the top floor was boring. I liked the 2nd floor a little better, my favorite sculpture was the AC's they had them in every room J Then we took a bus to Fiesole. We walked around the small city to the ...
... features were the gardens. We ranked them the second most beautiful gardens we’ve ever seen (#1 goes to Monet’s gardens in Giverny). There were tons of fountains everywhere, of every sort of size, and the entire area was manicured perfectly. I couldn’t stop taking pictures. But we were on a schedule so we grabbed a panini for the road and were off again.
Next stop was Spoleto, to see the ...
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