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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a walk around part of the property. Iris Origo was the force behind La Foce, and she wrote a book about her experience in WWII called "War in the Val d'Orcia." In 1924 when she was in her early 20's she inheritied a family fortune and knew exactly what she wanted to do: Buy the La Foce Estate bring the property and it's farmers back into prosperity. With the help of an English Landscape Architect Cecil Pinsent, Iris and her husband Antonio set about ...
... down a cool stone tunnel and Jac had her best Gelato ever. I still think it was a big call as the one in Florence has been my favourite so far. The next day was going to be out last full day so we decided to stay local we went for a run and swim in the morning. We did some wine tasting just down the road from our lodgings. This was a new winery as we enjoyed their light crisp flavours especially their Rose that we purchased a bottle of. We did a tour of the winery where ...
... the Tuscan sunset up at piazzale Michelangelo. We were a bit late to see the actual sunset up there, but the colours in the sky were absolutely amazing and it was probably my favourite night sky that I had seen. The views from up there at night were beautiful, with the city all lit up. We did some more exploring checking out the sites, had a little shop and were ready for a gelato. Rowan decided to order the most expensive gelato without realizing, going for ...
... a video tour, but with the slow wifi it may take a while)
After unpacking we went to dinner with two other apartment groups, we went to Caffe Giotto and I got spaghetti carbonara, which was alright, not as good as others I had last time while I was in Italy.
After the sun set though it got rather cold and windy so we didn't do much more exploring after that. We did stop at a Gelato place on the walk home though.
... full and to control the amount of oxygen that the wine is exposed to are these weird looking green lanterns on top of the barrel. As long as the green things has visible wine in it, they know that it is not being over exposed to oxygen. As wine ages, it compressed and takes us less volume, so they have to refill the barrels if it is getting too low so that the win can continue to be controlled and aged properly. We then walked out to the garden in the back. ...