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 ...
... it was 5:15 we thought we would go to the Galileo Museum nearby, but last entry was 5pm for 6pm close so we headed home, picking up a focaccia and pizza slice for tea. Today our feet were rather tired & sore - we figured it was the large uneven pavers - they seem harder to walk on than the cobblestones. Tomorrow we aim to climb the 414 stairs in the campanile although it was a little worrying today that beside it were five ambulances each time we went past!!
... 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.
... so great but we went out to do some sight seeing. We went and saw some pretty impressive statues and old churches. You had to pay a fortune to see the statue of David so gave it a miss. That night we went out the same place for dinner and went back to the hostel for drinks and some pool. We woke up feeling a bit shady and had to be on the train a 9 so we could head of to cinque ...