Fattoria San Martino
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... Tuscan produce. Excellent! I will attach some photos.
I am so glad that the rainy day came while we were travelling today. It appears it is much cooler here but calling for another lovely sunny day tomorrow so maybe we will get a few minutes to relax by this amazing pool!! Grant has gone very very quiet so I can only guess he has downloaded that book! Oh Dear! Book Widow again!
I added a few words to the Green ...
I just have to finish off in Tuscany ... We spent our last morning in Bagni di San Filippo...one of the local thermal sulphur bath areas near Pienza. Well what a laugh...we never expected the guys to rise to the occasion .....but they did, shower caps and all...looking like those other rubber things!!! What a laugh... We all enjoyed it and came out relaxed and smiling! A super little lunch spot ...
... European culture and eventually settle here is a propelling force. But
crashing around as I try to slow the acceleration, looking at my bruised limbs
and wondering if this is the harsh reality, is really not going to support the
expression of my gifts.
So while I may seek gentler winds than others, while I may
not be into adrenalin rushes and thrills, I do so want to fly. Yesterday at a café
in Chiusi, I painted a model of ...
As I mentioned in the last post, sleep was not really happening last night. By 5am I had finished my book, Nate had been up again for a few hours and we were ready to admit defeat. Sunrise is at 5:30 and we had heard of a good lookout spot across the river that has a great view of the city (Piazzale Michelangelo) so we decided to take a drive over there. It's tourist/tour bus central during the day, but there were only a few other ...
... a little place back in the walled part of Pienza- the Trattoria da Fiorella. It looked to be a family-run place, with two brothers taking orders and serving, and their mum and sister toiling over the pici. It was another delicious meal - I had deep fried lamb chops, which was a first! The people at the next table were having bread with lard for starters...which made my deep fried lamb chops look just that bit more virtuous! Tomorrow, we go east - to we know not ...