La Locanda di San Francesco
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... Tuscan produce. Excellent! I will attach some photos.
I am so glad that the rainy day came while we were travelling today. It appears it is much cooler here but calling for another lovely sunny day tomorrow so maybe we will get a few minutes to relax by this amazing pool!! Grant has gone very very quiet so I can only guess he has downloaded that book! Oh Dear! Book Widow again!
I added a few words to the Green ...
... valleys ...rocky mountains similar to the Swartberg......Villages are high up ... Gypsy villages low down....Messy like squatter camps... The marble quarries are amazing...the countryside is flattening out, we pass groves of olive trees and vineyards as well as prickly pears galore on the roadside ... Tom is salivating! Finally we see the sea. Rod and John are at home again....another place to explore! ...
... European culture and eventually settle here is a propelling force. But
crashing around as I try to slow the acceleration, looking at my bruised limbs
and wondering if this is the harsh reality, is really not going to support the
expression of my gifts.
So while I may seek gentler winds than others, while I may
not be into adrenalin rushes and thrills, I do so want to fly. Yesterday at a café
in Chiusi, I painted a model of ...
... We lucked into a convenient car park just outside the walls and walked up into the town. The main piazza was hosting a show land shine of old model Italian cars, Fiats, Alfa Romeos and a couple of ring in minis and jags. All the boys were examining each other's toys and chatting about the cars. The Piazza was impressive and old, as most are and the Church was also very nice. There were some good views from the city walls of ...
... evening so we opted to go to the closest restaurant for dinner. Ran into four America couples, all staying at our hotel – remember it has only ten rooms! Had our first taste of Vino Nobile, a tasty red wine made in this region.
Wednesday, Oct 9
Drove 15 minutes to Penza, another smaller hilltop town that had the best overview of the valley, so George quickly took photos before the heavy clouds rolled ...