Villa I Bossi
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... 8211; Grant drove straight into a low metal bollard – the poor blue meanie is now dented all along the passenger side! Fortunately the doors still close – so we won't need to get it repaired until we get back to London.
The trip to our Villa in Tuscany was about four hours, so we stopped at a couple of small towns along the way. This part of Italy is full of medieval towns – all with castles, a church or two and ...
... city of
canals. Ciao Baby! E
On our wine etc tour we stopped in the hilltop walled town of Pienza,
famous for local sheep cheese called pecorino.
I remember this taste so vividly from my visit in 2001, I had to slip
off-leash from the tour guide explaining about yet another medieval church, and
dash down the street (sidewalk, no cars within the walls) and buy cheese in the
hole-in-the wall shop. Too many tourists
in there ...
... central historic part ot town. If you are drving there is a place to park, which I understand can be very difficult to find. After two days or rest and relaxation we were ready to take on the rest of Tuscany. The train service from Arezzo offered many destinations, for day trips or not. This would be a great place to use as a headquarters for the week. ...
... a tactical advantage as it is he that decides when the race actually begins. It’s an amazing atmosphere to be involved in when such a huge number of people all become silent. The tension was immense – grown men shaking, teenage girls almost crying in joy because their horse had drawn a good starting position. Our section of the crowd let out a huge cry of joy and relief when the Ram drew an inside position.
As the horses wait in line, the jockeys begin ...
... hundreds of tables filled with all variety of goods – carvings, swords and spears from Africa, blown Venetian glass and delicate lace as thin as a spider's web, hand-woven silk from India in crimson red, turquoise blue, forest green and black as night. Dealers showed stamp, coin, book and photo collections as well as rifles, various fighting instruments, gunpowder, bullets and an assortment of holsters from past wars. Also on display were many pieces of restored and ...