Villa I Bossi
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... NO tourists there, it was great! I walked around and once I had my mandatory gelato stumbled upon a wonderful flea market, and managed to buy a bag, a dress, a shirt, and a pair of comfy pants for 17 euros! If thats not a deal, I dont know what is. Its hard to describe how beautiful everything just IS here, but Ill post some pictures to give you the feel for it. Also fun news flash, Im finally starting to understand ...
... people, each equally acknowledged and celebrated by writers and romantics. We will have a taste of this, a primi platti so to speak, for just a day before we move on.
Andy has just returned from a bike ride – hot, sweaty, and happy. His Italian mistress has served him well so far, allowing him to venture out into the countryside at each stop along the way of our journey (I rented a bike for our Pulgia rides and swear I will bring my own bike next time we plan such a ...
... when the car turned up (finally….) and it was a bright red Audi A1 sports car. Very cool! And it was auto so no more confusion with gears!
Our home for these seven days is a small homestay called "Mezzacosta" way up in the hills above Arezzo – it’s exactly halfway up the windy hilly road between Arezzo and the wee village of Anghiari. Then the last 300metres is up a rough dirt road through the forest. It is so quiet and peaceful, only ...
... to get this same girl (a girl from Morocco named Ruby) out of a shoplifting charge. But there is so much more. Silvio owns more than 70% of ...
... to the delight of Ryan and Mitchell who were searching out the alley ways for where Bond made his escape).
Trip to Pisa to view the leaning tower, walked the streets intrigued again at all the different buildings and ate delicious spaghetti bolognaise at a typical Italiano Restaurante.
Day4 and 5
Visited village towns of San Gimignano, Volterra, Montepulciano. We also raced across the Tuscan countryside for ...