Da Annita Albergo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Back in the car and on our way to Montepulciano Grant says… “Ok.. I think we are in Tuscany and the sun is shining… does that mean we can leave now?” Show this guy a movie with anything Italian and forever it will be quoted back to you! (For those who haven't seen it... Under the Tuscan Sun was the reference!).
Essentially today is a travel day. We left at 10am “ish” and should arrive around 3pm. ...
... part way up a steep hill, the chain snapped completely, and we had to push the bike all the way back.
I have become very fond of foraging wild herbs, here, as things like rosemary, thyme and fennel are everywhere. At the end of one day in the vineyards, Claudio, one fellow worker, saw me cutting down several stalks of sage that I spotted underneath a cherry tree. He told me that that particular sage was no good, and he ...
... thought he was in trouble and pulled off the road but the police went flying past him. Stopped for a bite to eat at 4 pm as we were hungry...nice food at a roadside service station. Now David's turn to drive, took him sometime to adjust and not to be driving over the side lines the bump...difficult to getting use to driving in the middle of the lane from a different perspective. We had to go through a toll where we had to take a ticket ...
... Onca neighborhood poured onto the track, following the winning horse around the track, singing the neighborhood song. Many of them were legitimately crying their eyes out with tears of joy, and it was incredible to see the passion for this race. They now have bragging rights until the next race. I won the big prize for the day. Next time we get gelato, I get an extra scoop and bragging rights within the family until the next time we watch the Il Palio. What could be ...
... times and usually lasts no more than 90 seconds. It is not uncommon for a few of the jockeys to be thrown ...