Residenza d'epoca Torre dei Serviti
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... We needed lunch after that and we had a cute little restaurant all to ourselves - how romantic. First time I have had Minestrone in Italy and it was yummy. The panna cotta with Amaretto we shared was also very delicious and different to others I have tried. We tried to do some shopping without luck and then went to the Museo Del Opera which was full of all the beautiful things they have taken out of the duomo to protect it – like the magnificent leadlight and some ...
... and highlighted the golden grape leaves still on the vines, contrasting the rolling green hills. We stopped in Greve to buy Fontodi in the local enoteca, then back to the villa after a quick stop at the grocery for some fresh bread for the leftover bruschetta toppings. The lasagne was as good as the night before and we shared a pear tart for ...
... to sample all the local treats- I do try the vegetable tart, but I don’t get a chance to taste the farinata- chick pea cakes- or the torta di riso.
Cinque Terre is a stretch of coastal villages on the Italian Riviera. In warmer weather you can hike the coastal trails between villages, but I found out that the only trails open this time of year were the high ones, due to possible landslides. I hiked from my little village of Corniglia, ...
... in a bench, walk the path up to the lookout and playground, read, play on the rocks, eat lunch, and generally diddle away a whole day in this most pleasant place. At the end of the day we find the path back to Riomaggorie has been reopened so we are able to walk the spectacular path hanging high over the sea. We have been in Cinque Terre 5 nights but I'm not really sure where the time went, time is different here and the days melt into one another. ...
... hilltop villages to defend the area of the Val d Elsa in Tuscany.
It was very cool and preserved just as it would have been in the middle ages but is now a tourist trap, having to pay for parking at the bottom of the hill.
Then it was on to Colle di Val d'Elsa for groceries and back to the villa for a swim as it was 34 degrees out and ...