Borgo Tre Rose
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... was inspiration for our cornetto ice cream) and a arancino which is rice and tasty beef and cheese filling in a breadcrumb crust...sound off but really nice and not oily. And a glass of Savignon blanco which was ok - not sweet. Best airport food. Plane passengers well trained- all on board 15 mins before departure. Really cramped seating but only 1.15 flight. Train to Roma Termini 14€ each 30 mins, ...
Oct 25, 2014 After a great breakfast, we headed out today to visit Montepulchiano,....another hillside town. We've been here before, but this time was different. For one thing it was cold. The wind was terrible. The other difference was that it was almost deserted. Last time it was earlier in the season,....and it was packed. This time there ...
Today was the last day for many people who had been at the school for awhile. I was one of the few (if not the only) person who had been there for just 1 week. There were tears and hugs and good byes, as new friends said goodbye. About 25/30 of us went to Trattoria di Cagnano for a farewell lunch. It was nice and very interesting. I sat next to one of the teachers and another guy that was in my class. He was from Brazil and he could speak portugese ...
This morning I've googled the best coffee shop in Montepulciano (isn't technology fantastic when you're travelling), so I head off to Caffe Poleziano, and it certainly lives up to its online reputation. Although it wouldn't be out of place in any major city in the world, here it's a real standout with it's gold gilded lettering, chandeliers, booth seats, 2 terraces and opulent feeling. Now as I'm aware that if I order and drink my coffee at the bar, it's about ...
... wine. One has free tastings so we walk in starting with Sun dried tomato and olive oil bruschetta, local olive oil on bread, ,another bruschetta with seasonings and then walk towards the back of the store. A small museum is attached showing some history of wine making and olive oil presses. We sample some bread with olive oil and the lady asks if we want to try wild boar salami. Of course we do, and it is very tasty. Next up, Tuscan salami, super good, how about some wine? ...