Cordial Golf Residence Il Pelagone
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- Swimming pool
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... mixed with tuna and we won't know the difference. When lunch time finally rolls around we are hungry and hot. We find a cute spot on the ocean front and park ourselves on the point. Kory opens the cans of tuna I had bought and was greeted with a surprise of tomato sauce, tuna, and peas......hahaha ewwwww. I laugh, and laugh and laugh some more, that explains why it was so darn CHEAP compared to all the other cans. For some reason the picture of tuna in red ...
... I ask him how it was....all I get back is "I don't like iper-coops, to busy, I need snack.." We snack and head back out into the down pour. Keeping our heads down we pedal our way along the coast line. Finally around 16:00 the rain stops the sun comes out. We stop for lunch and peel off the wet jackets to let them dry. Back on the bikes we keep heading south on a small road that runs parallel to the large interstate highway. We have ...
... so many times before! We arrived at our B&B, "Castel Brunello", about 4 p.m. in time to enjoy a glass of wine beside the HEATED pool! What a beautiful place this is. It is a new build and only the second season open. Made to look like an old Tuscan farmhouse complex, it has modern fixtures including the fabulous pool and several rooms with rooftop terraces, Because it was all they had, we had a two-bedroom, two bath apartment for just the two of us for ...
... s playing the "rational" music of Bach. He points out that the pianoforte was invented in Italy, but no pianos have been manufactured in Italy for many years - the Germans took over their development. He gives us as we leave, a page from a printed book which dates from 1600. Lunch is at a small restaurant near our hotel, and it makes up for last night. Simple and delicious. We are served by two attentive women: bruschette, pappardelle ...
For our last day we thought we would drive around and see several Roman ruins which were shown on maps. The maps we had clearly showed the locations but we couldn't find them.
While we didn't see the Roman ruins, we did see the massive geothermal energy system around Larderello.
The countryside has huge pipes running through it, and while not pretty, they are much better than coal mines. Apparently Italy is ranked 5th in the world for renewable energy.