Hotel Resort Antico Casale di Scansano
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... and then drop off providing amazing views of the surrounding hills when you peek through the narrow streets.
We stopped for lunch at il Grottino and met Victoria's friend who owns the restaurant with his sweet wife. We really enjoyed their homemade Italian food…it was one of the most scrumptious meals we tasted so far on our journey! We got a glimpse ...
... Monte. A steep walk at times taking us through an incredible variety of flora and geography it was fun. Started on a northern (very steep) slope winding through olives, rocks, some citrus and short stunted flora very similar to that of the Australian bush, once over the ridge line we quickly move to quite heavily timbered damp lichen covered paths that were much easier going, then onto an almost solid rock face where there had been a ...
... from a distance. Let me say this Craig is great at helping me achieve all my little goals/adventures and things to find in Italy. We did stop at Pienza, which was truly delightful – almost a little Pistoia with a lovely city square, great views and beautiful streets to amble down. A good village to live in we thing – easy parking, clean and friendly. We made contact with Silvia and then drove on to Ambra. This is the town we lived in for a week 6 years ago. Silvia ...
... we have some dinner and settle in for the night. It is starting to get a little chilly at night ( down to around 10 Celcius) and we realize that there is no heat turned on. We call the owner and she said that the heat can't be turned on yet, it is against the law. I'm thinking that this is just the owners way of saving money. The landlords are probably not required to turn on the heat until November 1st. Canada has similar laws, but it is incovienent for ...
... the important travel route--Via Francigena (more on that later). Its on to the World Heritage Site Pienza for lunch & a stroll around. It's a very interesting place. Called the "touchstone of renaissance urbanism", it was a planned community built over the course of about 5 years in the mid 1400's on an old village site. It was the first use of urban planning techniques that later spread throughout Europe. Many of the techniques are still employed today. Now its off ...