Santo Spirito Bed and Breakfast
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... po wielokroć wypowiadał się przed kamerami. Jak dobrze pójdzie, będziemy statystami w Rai Uno :)
Minęły 2 godziny parkowania i zeszłyśmy w dół przestawić samochody na Piazza del Popolo. Parking, choć płatny, okazał się bardzo wygodny i z dużą ilością wolnych miejsc.
Wróciłyśmy do San Francesco, gdzie część z nas miała ...
... a darker pink than that bestowed by the reflection of the flames which had nearly gone out. Leonardo scrutinized her , engrossed , without speaking, trying to impress every tiny detail on his memory: her hairline, the outline of her eyebrows, the hollow of her chin, the curve of her neck and shoulder.
Suddenly he shook himself, as though returning to reality from a remote dream. "I need paper and a charcoal crayon -he whispered -but the saddle bags containing ...
... different scenes in Toscana.
Our guide Stefano was very passionate about their wine, mixed with the history of the Gherardini family, Mona Lisa, and Leonardo DaVinci, along with bits of humor along the way. By the way, did you know that one vine produces one bottle of wine? Think about that next time you open your next bottle of Chianti or Sangiovese.
After a tour of the winery and beautiful Italian gardens, our lunch was served ...
Sorry for the delay in these blogs, we've had no internet for the last 3 days, and only very intermittent prior to that.
When we last left you we had just booked train tickets for Wednesday’s hyper day trip to Rome – Madness!!!
Up before six (that’s a major stretch for us) for the 30 minute drive to Arezzo station, found a car park and waiting at the station with all the homeless people sleeping on the seats there. We’d ...
Unfortunately we woke up to another dull morning with 60% chance of rain. Oh well, we packed our umbrellas and raincoats and headed south. As we travelled we passed through some interesting little villages, past Siena to our first stop Montalcino. Somewhat unsettling for us was coming upon two rather nasty accidents. One occurred on a sharp curve and involved two small cars and a truck- both cars ...