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... and have named them all. (Not their real names). Isabella and Phillipe from France who we have decided are on their honeymoon and argue a lot. The three lesbians from Quebec who we are scared of. Wilhelm and Berta from Germany who don't seem very happy and she cries sometimes. All up a very nice day, no arguments, no dents in the ...
... requires a slurp of olive oil, I think it's mandatory. So that's the appetizer, I am pretty sure that took over an hour ! ! ! ! !
PRIMA: Next was pasta, square shapes but flat almost about an inch square. A tomato sauce with lapre, (rabbit) the meat was very fine, not minced, but not chunky. Gamey and dark full of flavour.
The Panzella, soup and pasta were all filling but served in small bowls, so while there is a hell of a lot of food, your eyes think this ...
... as I found out following Ricardo back to the bike shop. I caught Ken as he vibrated lose and stuffed him into my bike jacket and managed not to hit any other road users or drop Ken in the process.
To fit the leads we had to take the bike seats off but we were parked in the middle of the road. Ricardo was fine with the parking situation ! I ended up getting zip ties from Ricardo and strapped the bracket to the steering head, all ...
... and dominated another bottle of rosso.
We found a place that sold Brewdog (Jason's favourite Scottish Beer) so we stopped in there for a couple and the guys behind the bar thought it was awesome (I don't know why - maybe because we live in Edinburgh) so they gave us free beers and shots. The only downside was when a guy got into an argument with a dog (people take their dogs everywhere) and started teasing him. The dog then barked for the next twenty minutes. After we left ...
... was originally an Italian dish introduced to the French court by Catherine di Medici. The French queen liked it so much that its popularity spread throughout France.
Last, we had hand made pear ravioli with fresh pecorino cheese.
A glass of very well chilled La Regina limoncello from Naples (very good) and decaf cappuccino brought a delightful evening to an end.
We headed downhill along the curving mountain road to Vignamaggio and to ...