Residence Villa Piani
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... much of the day...
We had a lovely light lunch at a restaurant on the beach - there are about 10 along the 500m of the little bay where we are, and then tonight......"Will we eat-in, or out.....? " "Ummm....I'm not hungry yet, so, let's just go for a walk and see what we find....." ( It's 20.00....)
... with the history of the Villa.
Our destination for the evening: Volterra. Ancient Etruscans made this hilltop one of their capital cities, long before the Romans ever dreamed of empires and decadent lifestyles. Historians believe that the Romans learned how to build keystone arches from the Etruscans, and we walked down a steep hill to a well-preserved Etruscan arch, which has served as a gateway to Volterra since at least ...
... appeared to enable us to take a more scenic route back to our place.
After seeing what there was to see in MP, we stopped at the only restaurant and had a lemonade. It seemed a nice place so we will come back to it before we leave.
On the way back we took the loop which was actual road but more forestry or walking track. After half an hour or so things started to get a little ambiguous. Eventually, after walking down a couple of dead ends, we ...
... a friend of Frank's that he met in Sydney last year, Luca! What a lovely day we had with him. We walked all afternoon from Uffizi to San Miniato Al Monte ( a true highlight and a working monastery and church) high above the city. Luca took us to a great spot for morning coffee, a wonderful off-the-beaten-track ristorante for lunch! Ok - so typical lunch was arreggio di primi - five kinds of pasta in small plates for sharing, small pasta with spinach, ...
... HUGE and houses the worst of Itay’s baddies. There can’t be that many? Craig and I intend to go back there later in the year. There was a great ambience, lots of Italian going for a 'passageta" , magnificent views, great singers in the street and we do want to see the Etruscan museum at least. Back home and Libera insisted on more food – but I didn’t eat much. Her ...