Casale Del Bosco
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... of but I named them 'salt balls', and later on out came a tray of lasagna, too bad to eat. The only redeeming food on offer was the yummy big piece of roast pork, if you overlooked the salt oil gravy!! Haha. What really had me gobsmacked was the ****** small plastic plates and cutlery you had to eat with. It didn't matter, it was only ten euros after all and I weakened and chose an Aperol Spritz for my included drink.
David was asking about dessert ...
... street below. Our village had beautiful shops varying from fashion outlets to local delicatessens and restaurants. Each night one of the five main restaurants in the village closes however the tables remain outside. So we went and brought local beer and cheese and sat outside for a few hours. We had a lovely dinner at one of the recommended restaurants of which a couple from Auckland ended up sitting next to us. Her father had retired from Air NZ so the whole family ...
... he is Western Australian who support the Eagles. I was so excited to find an eagles supporter in Italy! Jason's girlfriend was Dutch and they both live in Amsterdam. Jason works as an Accounts Manager for Starbucks, we all didn't hold back telling him how many bad coffees we have had from Starbucks on our trip. He thought it was funny! We exchanged email address' with Jason to stay in touch and later he emailed us recommendations in Amsterdam. It has been really good ...
... of years. The mountains are terraced and it is believed that this terracing took 200 years to complete and is said
to be as long as the Great wall of China. Tracey and I tried to imagine the hardships and almost impossible situations that these Italian men and women would have had to endure to build and live in this areal. It was amazing!! There are 15 kms between the first and the last of the towns.
Its the weekend and the weather is perfect for ...
... the morning wore on we began to understand why it was known as a tourist magnet as we could hardly move in the central piazza's and the market.
By that stage we had enough of the crowds so headed back to the villa, and on the way we found another typical Tuscan view, fields of sunflowers so it was out with the camera.
Then it was on to the ...
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