Villa Il Crocicchio
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... I thought. "Lunch." It was past 2 o'clock. Onto Winery Number 3. We had lessons. And lunch was really only something to have with the wine. And it was OK. And we did have a very funny time. And the wines very nice. But they are just not my thing. I sipped. Would have been lucky to have one glass. And I had the most massive headache. Wine doesn't suit me. So I didn't buy any. It was fun though. ( I just didn't think I should ask for a diet coke.) And, really, I ...
... salami from Falorni. Really good happy hour! We wanted to show Dave the last of the four major quarters of the city, so the five of us walked over Ponte Santa Trinita to Santo Spirito. Dave noticed it was a much younger crowd here. We walked over to the Pitti Palace to peak in the garden gate....took pictures and then headed for the duomo. Well, sort of! Tonight is the Firenze Marathon....yep, starting at the duomo! We watched ...
... rucola (rocket) which we dress ourselves with red wine vinegar and extra-virgin olive oil, and a half-bottle of good Chianti Classico, this time from a producer so big that we have brought the same variety in Christchurch earlier this year. The boss here has a distinctive way of speaking which I assume is at least in part due to a regional accent, but every time I hear him in the background it startles me because to my ear he sounds exactly like Italian comedic movie star Roberto ...
... people were jet lagged, this doesn't include me, but we relaxed a lot for the next few days. We had a survival tour the next morning. One of the API staff members took us on a tour to the main attractions of Florence; the train station, Duomo, API center, library, and the Central Market. Also it was nice because they told us tips, like how to order a coffee and not get ripped off. If you ask for a coffee, they will charge you to sit and drink it so it will cost like ...
The last couple of days have been a lot of fun. Monday we had orientation for our program, where there are a whopping 13 people. Certainly a lot less than I expected, but it is a fun group so that makes up for it. During that they told us that we will be going on a couple of "Academic Site Visits" during the program to include Galleria dell Accademia, Palazzo Vecchio, and most excitingly the Vasari Corridor. This Friday they have also set up a tour of the ...