Hotel Casa Lemmi B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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I'd been looking forward to today. I’d wanted to visit Tuscany for ages, and luckily a very good old (as in number of years known, not age!) friend Claire is also going on holiday there this summer, so I was able to use all her valuable research and take the easy route in just going where she recommended! It all worked out well, so big shout out to Claire!!
Of course, it wasn’t as easy as just get in the car and go. Oh no, Dub life is not that ...
... from our first dinner in town, invited us into the restaurant for lunch.
We sat and enjoyed the typical 2 hour Italian lunch. Jason had ravioli and I enjoyed a wonderful tonno salad. After our bellies were full we ventured back to Casa Elisa and sat in the kitchen for awhile and watched Morrow prepare everything for our Tuscan Thanksgiving.
Jason and I took a little afternoon siesta and prepared ...
Today after we had breakfast, Peter hung his washing up on the little patio outside our hotel room. It probably won't take long to dry because it is another beautiful sunny day in Italy.
We headed off towards Bagno Vignoni, the place where there is hot springs. The waiter that served us cappuccino said that the water was 50 degrees. It was a tiny little place and it didn't take ...
Day 270 Day totals: 16 hrs, 10 kms There's one Tuscany province in this area that I still need to include before leaving this area: Siena. Emmadeddine, the guy I hiked with in Amalfi raved about the provincial capital, so I've definitely got to check it out. It's a late start, but I'm going to go ahead and head that way today. Siena, as it turns out, is the most Tuscany-feeling city of them all. Whereas the other cities ...
... Hopefully I will do better this next week and realize when I need slow down, relax and take a break.
Tomorrow I join the group for the summer program, and start my Italian course. We will spend about three days in Rome, then move onto Assisi, and finally to Orvieto. I will only have my iphone, so I will do my best to document as much as I can but might not get to upload photos for a week or so, so bare with me.