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... but Mr. Darcy is never far away in my world!
Tomorrow we stay in Montepulciano and will be doing a wine tour and having lunch at Avignonesi Winery on the Le Capezzine Estate and explore this part of Tuscany before we have to move on.
We arrived! It was a little bit rainy here when we arrived and the information has been true to form other then we are staying in what appears to be a little cottage on the ...
... valleys ...rocky mountains similar to the Swartberg......Villages are high up ... Gypsy villages low down....Messy like squatter camps... The marble quarries are amazing...the countryside is flattening out, we pass groves of olive trees and vineyards as well as prickly pears galore on the roadside ... Tom is salivating! Finally we see the sea. Rod and John are at home again....another place to explore! ...
... get to the U.K. (Italy’s postal service is notoriously
unreliable). I am wanting any donations, regardless of amount, to be inspired
by your genuine interest in my journey and to come from your experience of plenty.
I am allowing a year (9 more months) for this exploratory
travel, making international connections and finding my footing on foreign
soil. I hope to settle sooner than that, and even better discover joyful ways
... restaurant offered a tasting flight of Montepulciano wines, including the renowned Nobile. The last wine was corked (even to my hopeless palate) so we sent it back. We suspect that the waiter was more affronted than us. He made a grand show of opening a fresh bottle at the table and warning us that old wine was prone to sediment . . . We smiled and thanked him and this time enjoyed the wine. Beautiful wine, great food, terrific views, lots of nooks and crannies to ...
... Edward Cullen was standing in. The size of the piazza was surpisingly much smalled than I expected because the fountain you see in the movie is really not there...It was added in. Then, we strolled along the merdieval streets and enjoyed a memorable Tuscan lunch with the Schreiners. After visting our first wine tour and having lunch we were traveling through the beautiful countryside to our next visit to discover the production process of wine.
The next town ...