Relais Badia Di Campoleone
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Ive been enjoying my time on the farm! Ive been here almost a week and it feels like a home away from home, already. In italy, time seems to go by differently. Days seem so long, in fact one day sometimes feels like a whole week! But not in that Im bored this day is neverending kind of way; its more like I do so much in one day by the time I go to bed at 10 pm I fall right to sleep! I actually have such ...
... 8217; anywhere) in the evening we needed Gelalto’s to get us through.
Montepulciano is where the second Twilight Vampire movie was shot (if that means anything to any of you). We sat in the Square were the dance scene was filmed (I saw the postcards and posters – I’ve never seen the movie!!!!) and watched the sun go down, the village elderly people talking, and the young kids riding their bikes. It brought home to us the big differences ...
... Then at the end, Il Palio is paraded around as well. It is a very long procession in anticipation of this race.
When the race arrives you have waited for a good 3-6 hours for it and it only lasts 90 seconds. Yep. Only three laps around the piazza. But I tell you, it was an incredibly intense and exciting 90 seconds. The jockeys line up on their horses at the starting line and riding bareback. So you can imagine that it is difficult ...
... I’ll have to make it up to her when I get home! Sending virtual chrysanthemums, or the idea of them anyway, over the phone line!
We had a bite of lunch - we’re a little stuck on the bruschette miste idea; dinner last night, breakfast this morning and lunch again today, but its just always good. As long as you have good tomatoes, good olive oil and whatever else you choose to add (being just out of Umbria we still have plenty of mushroom and truffle salsa, but ...
... make that TWO, hand made bags. Not sure how she is going to carry both but I''m sure she will work it out.Walking past the Duomo, we then ventured onto the Ponte Vecchio, the old bridge over the Arno river. The shops on the bridge were almost entirely gold and jewellry shops, not many punters inside them thoughTomorrow we will attempt a day trip in the Panda, wish us luck