Albergo Ristorante Umbria Di Pinzaglia Pietro
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Saturday, August 2, 2014
We slept in a bit today – yeh. Then after a little grocery shopping we drove to Levane to visit our Zia Nanina and Alita. When I rang her earlier in the year she said she might not last to our visit. Well although 90, less teeth and slower on her feet she did look really well and still had the same pushy, funny and alert personality. We enjoyed a nice ...
... sunglasses, reading glasses (!) and some money for gelato! I got Tegz out of her pit and we headed down to do what we do best; read!
Believe it or not we laid there for over 7 hours! The sky was that sort of azure blue that signifies holidays. There was not a cloud in the sky. The sun actually shone. This was all well over due and well deserved. We had a spectacular view of the lake and a much needed breeze ...
... are hungover or do too much shopping, etc. She like to tell us what to do and is basically what you picture of an Italian woman around 60ish. She's our Italian Mama :).
Marilena is the cook and is actually fairly quiet, but is a really sweet lady, first of all because she feeds us, so clearly we love her. She doesn't speak English so, like Mama, it has become easier to talk to her as we learn more Italian, but still, she doesn't say much. During midterm week I was sitting ...
... plain of the river Tiber.
We park the car on a big free parking area, just near the ancient city walls. We cross over the street, go through one of the city gates and walk up the stairs (one can also take the elevator), that joins the Ansa del Tevere park to the Cassero Garden, an antique acropolis fortress reduced to a bastion, positioned just in front of the main Cathedral facade. From the park we see the magnificent Duomo situated ...
Citta della Cortona is a medieval town set on a mountainous outcrop rising above a large patchwork plain of agricultural land. A mountain rim surrounds the plain with Lake Trasimeno in the south east.
At different stages in its history it’s been run by Umbrians, Etruscans and Romans (among others). The building styles, narrow cobbled streets and Piazzas all attest to its checkered past. Cortona is nowhere near as pretty as Orvietto so for the most part ...