Country House Villa Rey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... girls who were getting ready for a night out earlier at the bathroom while she was brushing her teeth.... BUGGER.
At least this time it only lasted until about midnight.
Up at half 7 in the morning, we both seemed to have slept relatively solidly (after the band finished) and we got everything packed in about 45 minutes. Emma explained that her ear was agonizingly sore, and probably getting worse, we decided to talk to our hosts when we arrived later in the day and ...
... have the hams at her disposal also!
Back downstairs and we had everything packed and into the car before checkout time! Closest we've been to checkout time until now! But we had it all sorted and planned for the day too - off north past Rome via Tivoli. We put the destination into the car and it took all of 2 minutes, I **** you not, for GPS lady to have her first special moment! Up a one way street she tried to send us up a walking track that started ...
... about a family who gave up sugar for a year. A whole year! And not just your normal fizzy cans of coke and smarties, but any form of sugar…..no cake, no bread, no glazed cooked meats, no sauces, no mayonnaise, no biscuits, no ice cream, no wine…you get the picture! It followed on from the last book I read about the evils of sugar called “Sweet Poison” by David Gillespie, and excellent read and food ...
... says he had a 300mm lense with a 1.6 multiplier and still couldn’t get close to the chapel.
From there we were all getting knackered and we still had to do some food shopping. It had been a long, exhausting but enjoyable day. We headed back to the Coop at Sinalunga, praying it would still be open to stock up on beer and wine. I didn’t want any food as I was still stuffed from lunch, but Lyn couldn’t resist more sausages. I dread him having them as all ...
This is our last day of Italy! Following the Tiber Valley to reach Orvieto, perched high atop a volcanic rock. Here we tasted pastries at a local pasticceria and browsed through the many shops in the lanes off Piazza del Duomo. We ...