Casanova Hotel Residence
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... all had to shower, have breakfast, put the bedding and bed away, put the roof down, tidy up, put the awning away and THEN we were good to go! We still managed to be on the road by 10 which was pretty good going.
Luckily the weather is now as it should be……so naturally we are now moaning about it being too hot! It was still nice to go and not worry about rain, cold etc, with temperatures reaching 29 degrees plus.
I had decided against going to ...
... night. The guests arrived around eight pm, and we started with a traditional Tuscan anti-pasta and red wine. The table was adorned with acorn squash, mashed potatoes and various vegetables. The turkey which Morrow ordered in June, to arrive on time, was a welcome sight to remind me of home.
The feast was truly a work of art. The food was not the only treat of the afternoon-some of Morrow and Lisa's local ...
... to look around.
After that we went to Castiglione d'Orcia, a sleepy little Italian village where there didn't seem to be much happening. We couldn't even find anywhere to have lunch there because everything seemed to be shut. Maybe they were having a siesta or something. We took some photos there though because it was quite quaint as are all the little villages we have seen.
... a "sunny lounge room with great views of the Signoria" but Cary had sublet that to a spanish couple. I think he must have been deaf because he talked so loudly usually from about 10pm into the small hours of the morning - they slept all day. He was
not to be the only noise problem.
Cary had no maps but did give me the name of a restaurant which served what was said to be Tuscan food, a couple of streets over. She was still washing the floor as I left. It was ...
... striped marble columns and floors and the ornately carved octagonal pulpit. Two of the columns of the pulpit were actual sculpture sand center column consisted of a trio of sculptures representing the three graces. There were statue pedestals of the lion stepping on the horse (symbolic of Christ’s triumph over Satin). There was a byzantine touch to the entire cathedral since the crusades were happening at the time of it’s decoration (indicative of ...