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... Craig enjoyed his gnocchi with prawns whilst I had Torti (big tortellini) with butter and sage, which is quite the specialty here. I love sage leaves. Craig also had a yummy steak – very delicious. Driving home in the dark through a very quiet Pistoia was also a different experience. We are loving coming home to our little Uliveto house.
WE had a great skype with Chris and with Alexander today - love you all in Adelaide.
... finally found our way back and settled on getting a box of pasta and a jar of tomato sauce from the convenience store across the street from or apartment. Luckily, we checked our kitchen before leaving and knew we at least had a big pot in which to cook our pasta.
We have decided to take a cab to our 8:45am orientation in favor of not getting lost and being late, so we can sleep in a little bit.
... cone with 2 scoops coming in at 9 euros, with our total at 12 euros for ice cream we both looked at each other and tried not to laugh at the ridiculous price we had just paid! After being slightly sick of pizza and pasta we stumbled across a restaurant called Dim Sum- a Chinese place close by. We got more than we bargained for and it was all made fresh in front of us. The chef stood behind a glass wall and hand made our fresh dumplings as starter. It was by ...
... a few small alabaster pieces to enjoy at home.
The Connors decided to stay longer in Volterra, so we and the Meyers drove 30 minutes to San Gimignano, a town with 14 medieval towers still standing (out of an original 72). It's a very cute town as you can see in the photos. It was a quick stop for dinner and gelato before driving back. San Gimignano is known for its boar meat...Oscar ordered the "roast pig shin" and it was actually quite tasty. It came with ...
... the main piazza of medieval Florence. Also Cosimo, the father of Lorenzo de Medici had his cell here to meditate. He gave a lot of money to San Marco to restore it..I actually heard a tour guide say his group needed to skip the Fra Angelico exhibit in order to see the rest of San Marco. Now that is weird.
I decided to return some other day and follow the rest of my plan. I did get lost in the medieval quarters near the House of ...