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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... who we had to miss for a full ten days, which is a long time if you’re used to seeing each other almost every day, finally arrived at seven that evening. After catching up on each other’s lives, the five of us headed off to dinner. We had amazing Mexican food, which I’d missed greatly as Italians seem to despise spicy food. Next, we headed to a pretty cool club. There were multiple floors with different kinds of music on each one ...
... he made us chai tea which was phenomenal! After yoga, we walked back up the hill for our cooking class where we made a three-course lunch: bruschetta, pasta, and a delectable chocolate and pear dessert. You can already tell what my favorite part was, but it was awesome to see everything get made from scratch! I had no idea how to make pasta before, but now I do and it wasn't that hard! Eggs and flour through a couple machines makes some magic pasta! ...
... top of the inner wall and looking at the outer wall and the hill you would have to climb before reaching the citadel, it would seem a bit silly to even think about storming the place.
Later that evening we all went up to Cortona for an ice cream and a walk through the town at night after a dinner of Lasagne expertly cooked by Jenny.
Today was a trip ...
... formed new friendships with the Canadians. Mama sat at the end of the table looking very tired but lasted through the night until 11pm.
It was a great end to our 4 month trip and a privilege to experience.
We have both compiled our top three highlights of the trip:For Mike:1) the cruise2) going on Mont Blanc Panoramic trip and under the glacier3=) Mt St Michel and Gorge du Tarn
For Lynn:1) Tour de France and riding the cols ...
... packaged food from the supermercato, we had to laugh!
After a wander through these gorgeous streets and a wee bit of shopping we sat in the sun and drank lattes and ate gorgeous pastries.
After a siesta we made our way down for our evening cooking school lesson, tonight we made bread salad, mushroom risotto, roasted chicken in a herbed rub and apple cake (all with Italian names of course!) So here I am, full and ready for bed!