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... as opposed to the Medieval one. In the hallways, there were Renaissance copies of Classical statues, which was great. I recognized a few.
And then, I followed Erin and walked into a room . . .and there was the Birth of Venus. I had no idea that it was there—and it was definitely a jaw-dropping moment, to walk into a room full of Botticellis. It was pretty amazing. There were a lot of amazing pieces after that, but I got pictures and what ...
... filled with creamy goodness.
After a few more minutes walking, we arrived at the Duomo, and this is where we had to part ways. As always, it is so wonderful to be able to meet up with friends from home.
Our drive home was uneventful, and we raced home in order to catch what looked to be a fabulous sunset. And it was! Our terrace has a fabulous view of the Western sky. What a day! We love Italy!
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... they also were Aussie! Our cooking class started by making the soufflé. Once that spooned into the dishes it was put in the freezer. We then continued to make an eggplant, tomato, and mozzarella appetizer that was layered like a lasagna. We made gnocchi, ravioli with ragout and crumbed chicken with hollandaise sauce. After cooking we sat and chatted before our food was then brought out dish after dish. Our five course meal was concluded with the ...
... the fit but they gave me their business card and said I could ship it and swap it out if it didn't fit. WARNING: All of these shops are notorious for saying they will ship, you pay but never get the product. So that wasn't going to be an option.
After I got the jackets, I headed into their big central market and their I finished the rest of my shopping. I got some aged balsamic vinegar to go with my olive oil from the castle. I ...
... would have bought it).
Unfortunately, our journey on the bus toward Florence was not the most enjoyable. We had to have a nearly 2 hour stop off in the town of Orvieto, which is beautiful, but we could have gotten into Florence much earlier had we only stopped briefly. Also our guide Mel was an absolute *****, which I won't go into too much detail ...