Agriturismo Il Colombaio
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... loveliest married couples. What made both encounters so incredible was how different, but so alike the two couples were. The first couple was from the US, the South to be exact. Both the husband and wife worked in politics. While the other couple was a gay interracial couple from Paris. One husband worked in foreign aid and the other a journalist by way of Ghana. We had amazing conversation with both couples and it was a reminder that for the most part people are ...
One of the highlights of the trip so far was our morning ballooning with Chris and Claire from "Ballooning in Tuscany". We had an early start (5am) to be down at the launch field for 5.40am and then we took off at about 6.30-6.45am on a beautifully sunny morning with fantastic views over the Tuscan countryside - the pictures hopefully do it more justice than any description I can ...
Smooth crossing over to Italy...& we were quickly on our way. Ferry arrived earlier than scheduled & the change of engine noise woke me up (!) around 5 am.
so we were driving off at about 6 am. Heading north to Umbria where we will be staying for a week..yeah! What luxury.. Arrived in a couple of hours, & luckily as there were no previous guests we can go straight in.
just lovely to spend time with ...
... that half the crowd was American, the other half - Italian. The head of the household, whose name might be Luigi, trotted over and offered me watermelon, no questions asked. Later, a woman offered me a knife to cut the melon. Nearby, a table was set up with pizza, wine, Coke, Fanta, more melon and panneforte. They had disposable plates and napkins for the guests. I grabbed some melon and munched away happily. As things progress, Italy's situation grew dire. It was ...
We had a blast with Colleen and were so pleased to have her pal around and show us some of her favorite towns and places in Umbria and Tuscany, as well as make us feel a part of the village of Piegaro where she lives.
One day Colleen showed her guests how to make pasta. It was a fun, roll-up-your-sleeves, and dive right in time. We had so much fun that we bought a chiatarra, which is used to cut the noodles. It ...