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... Only the best for these guys! Lastly, we went to a small, local restaurant in the hills around Modena and feasted on about 8 dishes of pastas, meats (steak and rabbit), desserts, wines, digestivs, etc. We could hardly move afterwards. One of the highlights was going back in the kitchen to watch the women make tortellinis. We were done by 4:00 or so but we couldn't move for the rest of the night and certainly ...
... breakfast buffet comes with the room
Cakes, croissants, meats, eggs, fruit, cereal, juices
We choose "multivitamen juice"
And coffee - take your pick
As many as you want
Next, to the train station
Adorable Spanish student
Strikes up a conversation, practice English
We manage to get tickets for "domani (tomorrow) on the 13:20
To Florence then to Siena (or so we thought :-))
... city center
A mere 6 km away
Star Excelsior is contemporary and as promised
In city center directly across from the train station
From our window we can see the morning and evening rush
From our hotel, most of the "sites" are minutes away by foot
Modern art museum,
We have only 1 full day here
So we pick and choose
Dinner - da Nello al Montegrappa
Sauted mushrooms, house wine, veggie plate, ...
... Corser, Stoner, Hailwood. Tour group included Graham Moore who brought xxxxxxx into v8 racing and father and son from Perth who had an inflatable display tent business. Also a couple of Malay guys from Kuantan who own Ducatis. Dinner at xxxx Osteria in lane way near piazza. Recomended by Lonely Planet. Tagliatelle Ragu (spag Bol) and Greek salad with a beer and 250cl carafe for 20€. Nice food and nice family ...
... about 40 feet at this point.
Here's the hook. This portrait is known in the provenance in the museum today only as the "Lady with Jasmines." Painted between 1485 and 1490 by Lorenzo di Credi. Author Elizabeth Lev and a number of other sources in the literature say it is Caterina Sforza. There are two other renderings of her in Lev's book, one a lead emblem in profile when she was in her forties, the other a detail of her family, she kneeling at the feet of the ...