Albergo di Murlo
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- Kids pool
- Pets allowed
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- Kids pool
- Pets allowed
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... had very lazy delicious lunch overlooking the grapes of the chianti hillside region. This is certainly a lovely area just to kick back and enjoy the simple pleasures, well like food! And I did mention the wine Having got into the holiday vein once more and left my worries behind for now it's time i went looking for the genuine chianti. This area has it's specific style of wine protected with a provenance labelling no where else can produce and ...
... on a place we had eyed out earlier that day and were not surprised to discover that the food was as good as it looked. We went to bed a little sad that we there was only two more days to our Italian adventure left but to cheer us up we made a mental list of the Italian specialities we had to tick off before we go (Wild Boar, Ravioli, More Pizza, Carpaccio, Sardine and more wine!)
THE NIGHT BEFORE
Before Day 3 started, I was getting a bit stressed because I haven't reviewed the meeting place of our Tuscany tour and our hotel Wi-Fi at Firenze kept timing out before any page could load (well, except Google). All the details of the voucher were on the viator.com website and I couldn't even get the main page to load. All internet shops were closed and they will only open in time for the start of our tour. How wonderful. What to do? Nothing. Just ...
... of rain and this had made the walk easier and a lot cooler.
The walk took us through the small hamlet of Buonconvento, we explored the cobbled streets and visited The church of Saints. Peter and Paul (1450).
Buonconvento (from the Latin bonus conventus, "happy place") is mentioned for the first time in 1100. In 1313 the German emperor Henry Vll died here.It was surrounded by a line of walls starting from 1371, carried on ...
... ready to jump out on me, bless him he kept his head out of sight but I could see the end of his cap pocking out. I decided to be the dutiful father and fake my surprise when I got there, well he did an big jump out with scream; so I jumped back and in the process snapped the bit your big toe and second divide on my flip flops. Well this added to the hilarity of the situation for those three, they were all laughing un-controllably. I saw the funny side of it, ...