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... and the writer of the Divine Comedy. Come ON!! I geeked out a bit. Not to mention, the cathedral itself was stunning, as we the cloisters and courtyard outside. We headed back to the apartment and Mom cooked us a fantastic pot roast with potatoes, carrots, mushrooms, onions, and a salad. We enjoyed the delicious dinner around the large dining room table, sipped champagne, talked, laughed, and enjoyed the evening. Now, it's time to rest our very weary bodies and prepare for another ...
... passed by I would peer up at the walls, wondering what lay on the other
side. Laterina was not listed in any of
our tour books and was not considered a sight of any monumental value in the
eyes of Fodors, Frommers or Rick Steves, so we continued to drive by without
curiosity got the best of me and on Sunday morning, December 11, when we had
little on our itinerary for the day, ...
... what they suggest and learn about other walks of life in different cultures. On the other hand, I did enjoy our private room at the last hostel, one for privacy (we didn't have to go to the bathroom to change clothes) and two--more importantly--we don't have to be super quiet when we are trying to get ready in the morning or getting ready for bed. I have to remind myself it's a hostel and people are paying for this as I am trying to choose whether ...
... led to pretty extreme dizziness and lack of orientation. It was quite nerve-racking. Nonetheless, I am incredibly glad I did it because it was worth every annoying part for the view.
After I got back down, I spent a couple hours walking around town. I stopped for lunch and had one of the best pasta meals I have ever had. The noodles were like spaghetti in that they were cylinders, not flat, but they were extremely thick ...
September 19, 2010 – Round One, Laterina to Reggello and back
Don't bother looking on the map. You won’t find these towns. We are near Arezzo, in northeast Tuscany, about 40 miles from where Francis Mayes wrote "Under the Tuscan Sun". No sun here today, however. Thunder, lightning and the heaviest rain I have heard in years kept awakening me through the night (or could it have been ...