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Travel Blogs from Castagneto Carducci
... our way down the hill to the seaside town of Follonica where we found things shut down just as tight. We did find one place open, however, and had some wonderful pasta and marinatee pork. The kids had a sugar-filled pastery thing for dessert. We then drove Liberace back to the closed campground, where qlmost across the road we found an un gated dirt road leading into an olive grove. We tucked Liberace behind a group of threes and set camp for the ...
... Simple pleasures are still good.
Ro came back with lunch so we ate and strolled the grounds together. The kids and Ro had a quick game of soccer and then we drove to Volterra. The drive up the hill was beautiful. The town was a really lovely town to walk around in. There were locals everywhere, chatting in the streets. Christmas lights were being strung in the town, it was great. ...
... are a matter of routine in this part of the world. Volterra proved to be a lovely and well kept town. There wasn't the crush of tourists as we've experienced in other areas of Italy. Brent and Diane bought a few items including an alabaster figurine. The area is famous for it's alabaster sculpting. John and I did some shopping in a leather shop - he replaced his wallet and I bought a lovely purse for Michelle.. The good news is that if she doesn't ...
Yesterday was a quiet day, we went back to San Gimignano and explored every inch of it, finally found a grocery store and stocked up for the week, did laundry and got it hung outside and sat outside on our patio for as long as we could. I am sure I would never tire of this view and we had the loveliest of sunsets which we toasted with limoncello.
Today we are off to Volterra, a city encircled by walls over 2000 years old, complete with a grand fortress and ...
... vineyards of grapes, the ruins of castles on the hilltops, the random towns that just pop out of no where, this definitely was my favorite drive the entire trip. It took us about 2 hours to reach Volterra from Pisa. We parked in a public garage and went to explore this amazing little Tuscan town. Upon arrival we had some coffee at a little cafe, and got a map to see the layout ...
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