Agriturismo Casanova - La Ripintura
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a group effort being under her guidence. We all had a go at different tasks. All chatty with each other, asking questions. Stefania was very patient with us all and very gracious. Next we prepared the pork. We each had a turn of these preparations as well. I won't tell you about the pork cos I want to make it at home. Secrets . Next prepare the ricotta mix, then the pasta, then another dolce dish of fresh peaches and nectarines to be baked. Making ...
... was the small village of Panzano. We walked around town and went into their small church for a look around. In all of these little towns you tend to find copious amounts of churches, restaurants, beautiful houses, shops and, Eli's favourite ZTL's (basically zones that you have to pay to go in so reserved for residents). The best thing about Panzano was the view. It was just magnificent...you had an endless view of the tuscan hills which look like a patchwork quilt. ...
... can you imagine a big church in Florence? Anyhoo, there was a large grassy area across from the church, a lovely place for a bench or two for weary travelers to rest their ****. Guess what...no benches. We did find a small cafe and drank a couple of pretty good beers. Time came to catch the bus, we paid our tab, and went to the toilette. I went first, tried to shut the door, and there was no knob or lock. So I began to pee, lo and behold some ...
... del Fiore which by far has the most lavish exterior of all the churches and Cathedrals so far. It took 6 generations to build and a blend of architectural styles. It was then onto the gold the leather shops to be dazzled by the bling. The Firenze people certainly know how to make beautiful jewelery and leather goods. Thankfully just looking was free. Could have done some damage to the finances there. I settled instead for a very nice lunch of ...
... Giovanni Verrazano – discovered the Verrazano Straights in New York harbor in 1324, and the Abaco Islands in the Bahamas in 1528 – born here in Greve. Amerigo Vespuci – born here. The Mona Lisa painted by Leonardo DaVinvi – painted here, well kind of. Apparently DaVinci was commissioned to paint Mona Lisa by her second husband, and took many years to finish it. Where it began at Vignamaggio, it ended as a portrait and ...