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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 ...
I just have to finish off in Tuscany ... We spent our last morning in Bagni di San Filippo...one of the local thermal sulphur bath areas near Pienza. Well what a laugh...we never expected the guys to rise to the occasion .....but they did, shower caps and all...looking like those other rubber things!!! What a laugh... We all enjoyed it and came out relaxed and smiling! A super little lunch spot ...
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... facade is uninviting. But we knew from previous experience that inside most duomos are incredible art treasures.
With travel guide in hand, we began the scavenger hunt to find the historic Cantine del Redi Winery and its famous wine caves. Locating the entrance, we wound our way down the ancient stone spiral staircase, below the Palazzo Ricci, and into the most dramatic ...
... making a variety of cheeses (mainly pecorino), lavander oil, olive oil, jams, wine and pastas. They have the stamp of approval from the Azienda and are a fully fledged operation that uses man power and good ol’ fashion elbow grease. There wasn’t a milking machine in site! It was what you would imagine an Italian farm to look like….. a little rustic and incredibly simple. The goats, sheep, pigs and donkey were ...