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... out of the top window of the cottage, big smiles, arms talking. We waved and she came down. Absolutely no English but bigs smiles. Introductions as best we could. This is Carla , our hostess. Carla and Forese own this cottage, which is named Casa Forese. She was beautiful. Showed us the house inside and went through all the things in Italian of course, which I repeated out loud in Inglish. The garden was great, ...
... leather coats. Debbie's had to be custom made, and was sent to Canada as promised some weeks after our return.
Before leaving the area next morning, we drove up a nearby hill to the historic Verrazzano family castle and surrounding village. The castle itself was closed to the public, but the old stone streets and buildings were well worth the half hour it took to completely tour.
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... head honcho of a couple of big businesses back in the good "ole U.S. of A. The gal showing us around the operation said somethin about Time-Warner and Citigroup. All we knew was the spread was sumthin else, one of those never ending pools looked like not many ranch hands had dipped their toes in that water. The place was top notch, with their own process harking back to a bygone era – oak barrel casks. ...
... on TV and it was basically an excuse for huge mean looking men to legally hurt other people by kicking, punching and head butting people all in the name of sport ... I would be trembling in the corner of the arena with these big boys going at it!!!! This was birthplace of soccer in the 15th century. We managed to have a late dinner and decided to turn in and get some rest to start our first full day in Florence tomorrow. ...
... room about corsets, silks and taffetas into a room about leather and feathers.
The Museo Di Argenti (silver museum) was fortunately housed in the same complex as the costume museum. Unfortunately it was in Italian. From my very basic understanding of Italian we were looking at items from the ruling family of Florence - the Medici's. We saw flatware, silverware, porcelain, delicately carved ivory vases, cameos, all kinds of jewlery, and family portraits. Unfortnately, few ...