Agriturismo Poggio ai Cieli
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- Swimming pool
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... in Tuscany.
We finished our round in about three and half hours and enjoyed a beverage at the clubhouse before returning to San Gimignano. The town still had a number of tourists milling about but much less than last weekend. By 7:00pm, the town was its sleepy quiet self even on a Friday night.
We played some cards with Jerry winning tonight. After which we had a pasta dinner using up the leftovers from the fridge. Multo Buono! ...
... the raspberry and rosemary. Unique and delicious!
We had heard so many amazing things about cycling through the Tuscan countryside, so the next morning we rented bikes and enjoyed the beautiful sunshine looking back at the towers of San Giminiano. Our bed and breakfast manager warned that the ride would be pretty difficult but we got a map and headed for one of the nearby wineries. We actually arrived in no time without breaking a sweat, but that may be because it was ...
... tower, but also to 3 museums and 2 art galleries in the city -- looks like my plans went from getting food and a beer in the main piazza to looking at art and historical items all day.
The tower was one of the nicer, more preserved towers I've climbed. Wider staircases and less of a crowd, but certainly one of the shorter ones in the area. At the top however, the skies cleared up just long enough for me to stare ...
... ride back into Florence was an easy drive and Bernardo dropped us off by the Ponte delle Grazie. We all said our goodbyes and parted ways. Conveniently for us, Gelateria Carraria was on our way home. This time we didn't share!
We made dinner at home, eating up some of our leftovers. P and I did go pick up some cannoli for dessert. We were pretty worn out from our big day out (and probably overly excited that the TV station was showing something in English - ...
... s birthday. So, while everyone was out whooping it up for Frenchy's big day I was forced to stay in and try to sleep with my insane sunburn. It sounds like everyone had a great time, so I guess I can't feel too bad about it. The next day we got to see some of the sights more towards the waterfront of Barcelona. A large group of people went to Camp Nou, the football stadium in town, which would have been really cool to see. That night we enjoyed a ...