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... good food! Like last time, we had flavorful seafood salad and pasta al vongole, but we started with a fantastic square of light and cheesy egg and pancetta souffle baked in flaky puff pastry. I think it was called pasta sfoglia.
There was plenty of good wine, wood fire oven-baked flat breads topped with rosemary and oregano, tender-crisp french fries, which seem to be a local favorite around here. Some had ...
... explain all the types of nougat they make and sell, making an effort for us in her broken English. She offered us samples, and talked of her sister in Toronto - everyone here has at least one relative in Toronto. We left with bags full of long bars of torrone, little bit-sized bonbons and chocolate. We should be good for a while.
Back to the apartment, Mario and I cooked up some fresh rigatoni from a shop in town, with a garlicky ...
... bathrooms in suite, but again a truly old building that is charming.
After lunch the weather started to turn colder and the forecasted rain appeared about 4. We went up into another hillside town or two and also stopped at a place ended up buying more wine then took the hour or so drive home. All in all a very nice relaxing weekend!
... so after watching the first half of the Juventus football match in the dining room I headed up to my room to relax with some Europop before bed!!
The hotel is very quiet and not in walking distance of anywhere else so it has been arranged for me to go to Naples at the weekend as one of the members of staff lives there. I'll be staying right in the heart of downtown Naples, very near the sea, and the weather forecast is looking great so I can't ...
We took a flyer on a hill town that I saw a picture of in a guidebook. Sant'Agata dei Goti in the province of Benevento seemed like it might satisfy our need to find a good medieval hill town. Wow, did we ever score!
We arrived by bus, had a quick discussion and then broke into small groups with the instructions to go, discover and report. By the time that it was all over, students had managed guided tours of Romanesque and Gothic churches, had ...