Residenza Il Poggiolo
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... our own little garden and lovely front door. The room/space is wonderful and the grounds are so beautiful. I think of those of you who love your backyards and/or working in the garden and for you this is a little bit of heaven! While walking around I pondered who I could convince to have a destination wedding here. Grant was keen to point out that he would like to be the guest of this wedding and not the host but he agreed it would ...
... on the way home gives us delicious parmigiana with melanzano in chilied oil or roast pork panini... The evening was spent at a nearby village for drinks after which we had yet another feast at our agritourismo. We are sorry to say goodbye to hosts Giana, Antonio and special Elena who all cared for us as though we were family. The ravioli was superb!! ...we have now added Rigoli pasta from Pola's ...
I walked right up to the edge of the cliff, took a few deep
breaths, lifted my arms into a V shape, and fell. I felt the drop in the gut,
the bright terror, and the exhilaration of free falling into a foreign culture
without much insulation, only minimal plans, and even less language
This past week I seemed to have thudded to a stop, feeling
the tear of a sharp branch or two on the way down, and the ...
... but maybe that is normal at this time of year?
Alongside the road we have seen vines, olives, sunflowers (gone over and presumably ready to harvest) and maize. There have been lots of little (and some not so little) lizards on the road - they peer up at us approaching and then scarper sharpish.
The roads have been much quieter today, which was nice.
The route taking in the hilltop towns was ...
... 8217;s recommendations; San Quirico d’Orsia, which was just what I had envisaged a small Tuscan town to be like. We went up the steps and through the thick town walls….to enter a world that seems of another time, where old people congregate in shady corners and nuns go for a stroll down cobbled streets. Lyn immediately retuned to the car to get his big camera. We stopped and had an amazing artisan ice cream, and wandered the quiet streets, listening to bells ...