Hotel Relais San Lorenzo
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... late October. Tomorrow, we head to San Gimignano in the heart of Tuscany. Only an hour south of Florence, we will be spending the next week there as a base to explore the region and its bounty. Weather is predicted to be sunny and low 70s, we are truly blessed.
While Halloween is not celebrated here, for all those following us in the USA, Happy Halloween!
... should be interesting. In Europe, the big news is still the thousands of immigrants heading Europe but finding the pathways cut off. Many countries are building extensive fences to halt to flow. Largest immigration since World War II. Winter will be harsh for many here.
We enjoyed a nice seafood risotto Jerry prepared for dinner tonight. Tomorrow in the mid-seventies, time for some golf.
... includes two small port towns of San Stefano and Ercole. Unlike the tight narrow roads of Amalfi, the roads are wide enough to do some touring.
We enjoyed a burgandy beef with gnocchi and some Tuscano red for dinner tonight. Simple but comforting. Comfort food for road weary travelers.
No no pictures today to accompany the blog. Back at it tomorrow!
... was now useless to us since we hadn't planned on being in this new area we really had minimal information. Luckily, Kory by total fluke had downloaded the Tuscany region on his google maps and we were able to use that to sort us out. We passed a group of organized cycle tourists that had come for a week to Tuscany from Vermont. After a short conversation with a few of the participants we rode away both agreeing it wouldn't ...
... numbers. I recall this fear from the Camino to Santiago last year, although in reality there was rarely a problem. Second, this new group seem to have a different mentality when it comes to getting up in the mornings. After being used to waking at 6.30 or 7.00 on my own or with the small group of recent weeks, the first morning after Siena was marked with the rustling of plastic bags and the stuffing of back packs at 5.30am. Yesterday morning was even ...