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... and mozzarella. We both really enjoyed having some lighter food, since whenever we go out to restaurants we end up eating a ton and everything is really heavy. Then we took a nap. That seems to be what the Italians do in the afternoon, so we figured we should follow their example. Just before dinner, we walked into town again to get capuccinos and a few more tomatoes since we were running low. And for dinner we made sausage pasta with bell peppers ...
... these narrow winding streets looking for it. We finally got so lost that we asked an old man watering his garden if he knew where our house was. He didn't speak English, but he called his wife out and she helped give us some instructions. Finally, we found it.
Our little house is perfect. It's actually bigger than our apartment at home (just a little bit bigger) so we have plenty of space and a nice ...
... the night went on from there!!Singing, dancing, wine, , more wine, champagne... the bird dance, YMCA,...... needless to say we had a fantastic night... to finish it off , our bus was the last to leave... ok so driving for about 10 min. then someone realizes we've forgotten one couple!!! the big tour bus does a u turn.. ok so the road is so narrow but he pulls it off... we meet the opera singer in his car as he was driving the forgotten couple down the mountain to meet us.... ...
... am with the sugar high keeping us up.
P.S. If any of my fellow blog followers decide to make a trip to
Florence, here is a list of the ones that I have discovered!
1. Pasticceria Vinci & Bongini - Santa Croce
Canto Rivalto 2. You will either smell the delicious smell of nutella
and/or chocolatey confections while walking down the alley or notice a
group of people surrounding ...
... is this contrast more striking than in Venice, where you can literally be shuffling along in the masses, take one side street, and find yourself all alone. Of course, other than in most cities, the side streets in Venice are highly likely to be dead ends.
In the city I met two girls who are actually from Venice. This is pretty rare, since Venice hardly has any real inhabitants left. Nowadays, lots of people commute from the mainland and the economy is ...