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... has it or if it is just given an honourable mention. I have come to realize... it really doesn't matter since our favourite restaurant so far didn't have either!
After a bite (or more) to eat we walked the grounds and discovered many kinds of fruit trees including passion fruit and papaya and of course there were also olives. We found a small chapel, a rose garden with a lovely fountain, a beautiful pool overlooking the ...
... come, I am needing a fresh
start. This emotional valley is the perfect opportunity to reevaluate, to
integrate what has happened thus far, and to design the next phase. The biggest
gap seems to have been in the area of sustainability.
I forgot wings.
Certainly there is plenty of energy, updrafts to glide on,
gusts to gain distance, and gentle breezes to joyfully soar with. And no doubt my deepest desires to ...
While I appreciated every aspect of Spain, even the scrape and scramble for consistent nurturance, I am really luxuriating in this heavenly banquet table in Tuscany. Room and board really is such, three luscious meals, all garden inspired Italian cuisine. This place is just as picturesque as advertised, but most importantly, the people, Julian and his sister-in-law Ali, are terrific. Easygoing, witty, and welcoming, they have made me feel right ...
Caught the 11am train from Fabro to Rome. Walked through part of the city to lunch and then on to the Trevi fountain... Which was under construction!! Disappointing. Then after much confusion with transport we made it to the war cemetary to see the grave of mums uncle (died age 21 after ...
... small bars open. The bars sell sandwiches and gelato, beer and coffee. Often, it's a meeting place for the older gentlemen. Where the older women meet, we don’t know. Maybe they gather at someone’s home? After a salami roll and a coffee each (food of champions!), we headed back down the hill to home. We’ve been meaning to get to Orvieto ever since we arrived in Umbria but it was either too wet, or we didn't get organised early enough or we just ...