Il Casolare Val di Mare
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- Swimming pool
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... or not and we made our own pizza from scratch, accompanied with red wine through out. So much easier than when weve ever done it before. And so tasty with only a few ingredients on top. Fair to say we are pretty keen to build a wood fire oven when we get home!! And to finish we had two flavours of gelato (one had been made during the class). The good food, red wine and coffee has continued into Florence. Some more amazing Ravioli and bacon ...
... sunflowers which we stopped at to take photos, there is something about them that just makes you feel happy. The tower was pretty cool to see and of course we took the cliche tourist photos. There was also a big cathedral right next to the tower so we were intrigued and upon reading some information we learnt that the tower was a place of worship, interesting.
Now off to Florence for 3 nights
... were picked up by Matteo (The farm owners son) and Bruno (his uncle) in a big red camper bus thingy and we sped off to Grosseto. We arrived to wine and food, were shown our holiday apartment that we were staying in. Took pictures of the beautiful Italian Olive Farm scenery from the landing whilst drinking more wine and went to bed looking forward to our first day of olive
... have been. A loss of €68 for my missed flight, €130 for the new flight. €55 for the train to Rome Airport and about €10 in beer to help me through it all. Instead of arriving at 1:30 pm in Prague, it was about midnight. I was grateful for the peaceful suite that was waiting for me. Thank you to BR, T, SF1 and SF2 for helping me keep it together. I certainly know for sure that I would not be the best candidate for The Amazing ...
... the Piazza del Duomo to see the famous cathedral, bell tower and baptistery. The cathedral is one of the longest in the world, and took over 140 years to build. Its 14th century bell tower is richly decorated with colored marble and fine sculptures. The baptistery is adorned with magnificent mosaics and a copy of Ghiberti's "Gates of Paradise", cast in bronze. Then we walked to Piazza della Signoria and see a copy of Michelangelo's David. ...