Castello di Leonina Relais
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Saturday morning in Tuscany began with a leisurely breakfast followed by a trip to Siena for a bit of exploring. We decided to take a more conventional approach and parked at the stadio, walking into the cobbled streets and laneways. There is, of course, a fortress and Siena, like most notable Italian towns is built up on a hill. The streets stretch out like fingers from the main Piazza del ...
... leader voice...told Hillary she was done for the day. Luckily all parts were in tact, save for missing skin in place on her elbow and leg.
Ken told about one of the large hills that they went up during the last leg. It was a long word that began with a "T" and he couldn't pronounce it (big surprise...we didn't pronounce most things well). So, he nicknamed it the "twerking" IT(aly) hill.
Ken and the rest of ...
What a beautiful day it was yesterday.We rented a car in the early morning and didn't get back until after midnight. I drove all day and I was too exhausted to blog or upload pics yesterday last night. I did get up early!
We picked up a convertible Fiat and headed out into the vast territory known as Italy without a GPS, three partially charged iPhones and no charger. We picked up the car just on the North side of the Arno River and ...
... gardens hidden away in courtyards.
Because my accommodation was a bit more expensive here, I decided to step up the stinginess and buy a baguette, chunk of cheese and a hunk of salami and keep that in my backpack for lunch for the next couple of days. It was really good and very authentic Italian, I think. For dinner I did the same. I should note that the supermarket food in Italy far surpasses anything in Australia in terms of freshness and quality so it was still ...
After a revitalising stay in Chianti, the time sadly came to say arrivederci to the family who'd made us feel so much at home. Lucrezzia presented Ryan with a farewell drawing she'd done of two people especially for him. When asked who they were she said it was Ryan and "her" with a slightly menacing pointed finger towards me... at our wedding. With that, we got out of there pretty quickly and this time I was driving the getaway car!
When Ryan and I had ...