Villa I Bossi
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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 ...
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 ...
... fluent German or Italian. Interesting... we as Americans really do need to do a better job of educating ourselves and our children in many different languages. There are a lot of American's over here visiting and living. 8 out of every 10 people you pass on the streets you hear speaking English with an American Accent. We have met people from Ohio, Jersey, New York and California.
The weather is gorgeous, it's 80 to 85 everyday, sunny, ...
... and apartments, clinging to the side of the hill and down into the little valley. The church was gathering people for evening mass, and the bells were tolling - most likely to remind all the people in the pubs that they really should be in church.
Wandered home across the valleys, back towards the camping ground, stopping only occasionally along the way when there was some fresh sage hanging ever so temptingly over someone’s fence. I had told Mum and Dad this ...
This section of Tuscany is marked by a change from the green rolling hills near Florence to sharper, taller hills, each with it's own village or at least estate. The towns through this spine of hills between Arezzo and Cortona were in a buffer zone between powerful competing cities. The first visit today is Arezzo. Resurected from a destroyed village, the city was rebuilt in 1453 and is ...