Agriturismo Podere Santa Croce
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... female, just sort-of hanging around whiling away the day talking, smoking, drinking coffee, and doing nothing in particular... and, as I've noted before, there is certainly no point in keeping your shop open during the lunch hours from 12.00-15.00 - there might be customers around to make you busy, so let's just close up for that period....
No wonder the country's stuffed...
Had a good wander through the fairly quiet streets of the old ...
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The Seldos... ;ᘱ 9;
... Joey goes down to the Villa and Molly follows. I stop to fix Patty's bike. Then we hear something at the bottom of the hill and Patty yells to me to go down. Molly accidentally got to close to Joey at the end, ran into him and caused both of them to crash. Joey got scrapped up and Molly strained her wrist.
A day of rest! ...
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Anyway, after all that, Treas and I sat down and tossed around the pros and cons of going North or South, for a seemingly interminable time, until I just said "I've given George a course South, since we said we wanted to have a look at Italy, and we are here now, so let's do it..."
Pitigliano is in Southern Tuscany and is a town built on a bluff of Tufa rock...very porous limestone. We had seen pictures of Pitigliano and wanted to see it for ourselves. The GPS drove us to a parking lot in front of a ...