Agriturismo Il Poderaccio di Lisa Rava
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... great his butt was. Went back to hostel afterwards, then ate margherita pizza and had Dolomiti beer at caffè italiano with darcy (from melbourne).
Came back to hostel and hung out with jason and hugh (wales), darcy, ben (texas), diana (montreal). Had a bunch of wine at the hostel. Talked about politics in Wales, sports (rugby is their national sport), how much the welsh dislike england, ect.
Went to some bars. ...
... have made the spiral staircase! Joy made a beeline in the Cathedral for a particular painting she wanted to see....to find it hidden behind the Christmas Crib! Grr.
Then it was back to the Campo bar (just happens to be in the middle of everywhere we are going) for a warm meal of traditional food and a glass of red wine for a late lunch, and a bit of 'people watching' .... Very enjoyable.
Refreshed once more, we attacked some of the ...
... model. We sampled wine in his shop. Then we got back on the bus and went back to Florence. The tour guide told us it hailed in Florence on September 19th and the harvest came early this year to salvage the crops. For dinner we ate at a cafeteria, American style restaurant. Sean ate a breaded chicken patty with French fries and an eggplant. Catherine ate a pork shish kabob with French fries. No ketchup was to be seen. ...
... Barotrauma' she said and we nodded, yes, barotrauma from scuba. At least we're on the same page. She asks if I can hear, I say yes but my hearing is muffled. She keeps looking in my ear, concerned, worried. Then she starts mentioning surgery. That word I understand. Oh my god. My heart starts racing and I start imagining the worst. Andy senses my panic and tries to decipher through typing and translating messages what the likelihood of surgery is - likely, or worst case scenario? She says ...
... canal bridges looking for their hotel. A day and a half of walking around the city was plenty; it is beautiful and romantic, but also crammed full of tourists even in April. We were not as choosy as we needed to be on occasion, and were penalized with our first pretty bad food in Italy. Fortunately, we stumbled upon a out-of-the way little seafood restaurant the evening before we had to fly away, and were rewarded with our best dinner of the trip.