Agriturismo Casa Bistino
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Po wczorajszym całodziennym wypadzie co Asyżu dziś zaplanowałyśmy spokojniejszy dzień. Wybrałyśmy się do pobliskiego Arezzo (20km), w którym część z nas już była wcześniej. Zaparkowałyśmy przy Porta San Lorentino, gdzie można stać przez maksymalnie 2 godziny (bezpłatnie, po wpisaniu godziny parkowania) i udałyśmy się pod górkę w ...
... and his amazing statue of David.
More free time to discover and shop in this wonderful city, walked across the Ponte Vecchio and Gary bought me some lovely earrings for my birthday.
Back to the hotel to get ready for our dinner experience in the Tuscan Hills - travelled through tuscan countryside to the resturant amongst the pine and cypress trees. Had a scary ride round the hills to get there -it was worth it , the food was delightful.
What a great place.
Found a great overnight train to Barcellona which fit perfectly into our schedule. Went back to the hostel, got our bags and ate $15. Go to get on the $140 train and find out it's to Barcellona, Italy. With two L's in Sicily. WTF! Long story short we got another amazing hostel and planned to fly to Barcelona and get a refund the following morning.
Marc found a flight for $210 which I didn't want to pay and said I'd meet him there ...
... here in Italy to shield them from the sun (or just to be fashionable!)--There are inexpensive hats here everywhere, and I bought one for 5 Euro that wore out already (the trim unwound, then the whole hat started shredding!), plus another cheap red one I still have. I replaced the first with a more sturdy hat, but that was 22 Euros. However, it was made in Florence and seems to be very high quality/nicely made.
8. Adapters/Converters--If you want to charge your phone, ...
... vesper service was going on and I sat and listened to the beautiful music. Overall, a successful day.
On Sunday, the final day of the trip, I visited a winery called "Il Greppo" in the area of Montepulciano in southern Tuscany. The winery, with all its fields of vines, was enchanting. The study abroad group and I were treated to a tour of the facilities and then a wine tasting included with lunch. The wine was very good, as expected, as well as ...