Historical Resort Pieve di Caminino
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free parking
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... that it's the initial ingredients that make all the difference in the final meal. Fresh herbs and vegetables were the highlight.
We shared food, drink, and stories around the table, and it was nearly magical. The community found amoung strangers is astounding. Why can't we do this at home with our neighbors? Easily with friends, of course, but I can't imagine just inviting random people over to eat. But in ...
Bob's words: "The driver came back into the bus after he realized we didn't get off and said in kind of an incredulous tone: 'Caffe?!' It was like he was stunned that we didn't want to get out and get coffee. And at first I thought, 'oh, let's grab a coffee to go.' But little did I know that when I walked in to look for a paper cup to fill with coffee, that I would find everyone at the counter just hanging out, ...
... that's all they do is make house calls because the city is so far away, and that's who was coming. Nate and I pictured an old man in a small car with a leather bag...so when we heard really loud sirens in the yard I was confused. 4 paramedics rush into the room (literally rush) and start poking and prodding me while speaking rapid fire italian all at once. It was chaos! Apparently the translator called the Italian equivalent of 911! The man translated as they pricked ...
... from 7th-6th centuries BC. These were discovered accidentally early 19th century. There was a timed switch to press which turned on the lights inside the four chambers. It gave you 15 mins to explore.
I have never given any thought to how one havests olives. In Tuscany (don’t know about anywhere else) olives are supposed to harvested before the 1st December when there ...
... same thing. While it was cool and they did a great job, it got old after a while. I'm sure the locals enjoyed seeing how their crew compared to the others though! Regarding the costumes...all involved the men wearing tights; thankfully most of them had long tunics to cover the jewels! Many also had heavy hats and/or wigs. All were made out of very thick wool, polyester, and done were even fur lined. And quite a few of them were carrying heavy flags or some ...