Albergo di Murlo
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- Kids pool
- Pets allowed
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We were organised really early, caught a taxi to Termini and had coffee Italian style before boarding the train to Milano. It is just so lovely sitting back and watching the countryside pass by, it being Spring, everything is bursting into bud and there is the odd wistaria making its spectacular entrance, it is wonderful to be alive! We arrived in Paris at 2330, a long day but it passed quickly, thank goodness for books, ipad's and Canasta. By the way, I beat Laurie. The photo of ...
... I wonder if I can flog this lot to recoup some of the losses in cancellation fees, what a #%*¥£% mess Went to a bar bought a beer and watched Italy play Uruguay for a while and now I think I might hit the town and paint it a lite shade of pink! Tomorrow I think I need to have a day in the wineries just to have a good memory of this region before I head back to Milano at warp speed on those @€#%^+ expensive motorways to catch ...
We arrive to our campsite bungalow with heavy backpacks and heavy eyes. We are both glad to be back in Italy after our holiday away from the holiday but on this day we are to tired to really enjoy it. Our campsite had a big swimming pool and grass area. The rules here are strictly enforced and our least favourite rule would definitely be having to wear swimming caps in the pool. We felt and looked like dorks but at least we were not the only ones.
After an early night ...
... estate complete with statues, orchards, a greenhouse, a lily pond, a stage...and much more. Not to mention the full views of the Tuscan countryside.
We were all overwhelmed by the beauty, as well as the generosity. Emma's family friend set us up in their guest house, fed us dinner, and even let us try a couple bottles of their house wine! Later that night, ...
... will welcome this feature.
Piazza de Campo, the Siena's enormous bowl-shaped piazza, was the best place to relax and do nothing. There were not many things going on but at the same time there were. In relatively mellow
afternoon, over a thousand visitors were sun bathing on the cobblestone piazza, eating at open-air restaurants, drinking coffees at espresso bars, ...