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... the bus back, and maintenance set about checking the diesel leak. Sure enough it was the lift pump that had failed again. It had only lasted for 6 months and 8,000 miles, that's not very good. Fortunately it's not a big job and didn't take too long. A quick check and yes we were totally leak free, but there was still a strong smell of diesel.
After tea we looked for places to stay close to Florence before settling down for another cold ...
... the back, near the water heater. A second jubilee clip on the leaking joint soon cured that. I spent most of the morning reading and trying to get photographs on to the blog, for some reason it wouldn't put them on in batches only individually, it was very slow and frustrating. The repairs took up most of the day, we took Logan for a walk in the afternoon, enjoying the last of the sunshine. There were quite few dog ...
We just arrived in Montepulciano it has a really nice pool and a gym my brother and I had a good time in the pool and gym it was preety small the gym but we are getting use to It. We just got back from having dinner I had a really big pizza it had chips on it to that was ...
... province of Siena in southern Tuscany. It sits quite dramatically almost 2,000 feet up on a limestone ridge. We had to park outside the walls...and walk. It was uphill all the way. How do people get their groceries?? How do they get anything if everything has to be lugged up those slopes?? Siân said if she lived there she would be getting groceries for one meal at a time. I had to agree. Steep slopes notwithstanding, it was a beautiful little place. ...
... Before now the Amalfi Coast was my favourite area, but I go through an area called Torrita di Siena which has so many fields of sunflowers and beautiful old homes, abandoned buildings, rows of shaped trees. I'm like a kid in a candy shop, this is just divine, I love this area, and can feel a growing sense of excitement and expansion as I breathe the landscape in, and really can imagine myself living here.
I still have that feeling as I arrive into ...