Tenuta La Campana
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... shared our table with a very pleasant young American named Robert. He was in asset management, originally from Seattle, most recently working in New York and about to start a new job in Bermuda. With a month between jobs he decided to travel alone to Europe and seemed to be having a wonderful time.
After lunch J and B were off to a complimentary liqueur tasting while Jay and I opted for lounge chairs and umbrellas on the ...
... Sinese" (Sienna-style) sauce, but asks them to make it with the local "picci" pasta (like a thicker spaghetti) instead of what's on the menu, which is no problem, and I order tagliolini al tartufo fresco, which arrives covered in shavings of fresh black truffle. We share a simple salad of rocket and tomatoes, wash it all down with a very nice half bottle of Chianti, and finish with a shared dessert. It's all so good that on the way out we make a booking for tomorrow ...
... key much easier when you are leaving. Not to mention that it is nice to just be able to remove the key and know it will turn off all the lights at once! Generally there will be 1 plug that always stays active for a cell phone or computer charger. More hotels have had a switch on the window that connects to the AC. Basically, the air conditioner only comes on if the window is completely closed. ...
... the power of Florence.
There are lots of grape vines and olive trees around. Some of us bought some Italian olive oil, Balsamic vinegar and wine.
We arrived home weary and sore to a lovely dinner made by Karen of Chicken Cacciatore which was absolutely delicious.
Love and miss each and every one of you,
Dianne, Karen, Becky and little Laurie
... enough by to Roman history. It's as if Rome rested on it's laurels with all its amazing crumbling ruins, whereas Paris went on to redefine itself. And what a beautiful self that is. I think I can describe the difference best with each city's coffee culture. In Rome you have your scorching hot and bitter espresso standing up at the bar, throw it down and you're out of there. In Paris you lounge over you cafe americano at ...