Badia di Pomaio
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and lovely sights. We initially had a look at the Church of San Francesco, which had the Capella Baci with beautiful paintings on the wall and ceiling. We then walked to find the Grande Piazza, which is the one they used to film MY BEAUTIFUL LIFE – it has a lovely area with steps, portico etc. and apparently you can do a tour to see all these places. The film certainly won lots ...
... into Arezzo for a low key look around, yep it’s just another ancient city. Chilled out back at the house, then at about 5:30 we headed up the forestry track into the hills. We walked about 2.5 k’s and must have climbed a good 300m, the views of the valley were pretty stunning, but as we turned for home and the sun began to set they became even more amazing. We deserved our Gelato that night.
Friday was Glenda’s shopping day – ...
... out by the pool. Kirra had tasted plenty of champagne from the night before; what a trooper she is; making sure that the champagne was ok for the wedding!
I went into Florence with Kaine and we met up with Terry and Bridget fro the first time. They dropped off their 2 little girls in Ireland to spend some quality time with Bridget's parents and this gives T&B some time for their own romantic holiday ...
Well, our last day in Arezzo.
My haircut turned out OK I think.
Turns out that the head (excuse the pun) hairdresser had lived in Australia for a few years, and although she couldn't remember much english, I emerged unscathed sans mohawk!
We spent the last day wandering the streets of Arezzo in the raiin and discovered new nooks and crannies, it's that sort of ...
... waiting for !!! It turned out to be a multicourse meal complete with appetizers, pasta, and a main course that I can still taste, beef wrapped in slices of ham, and potatoes. The pasta was a lasagne that was the best I ever had. Even the wine which Luca told us was from Sicily (where Mary is from), was amazing. The meal lasted well after midnight, with some very heavy political discussions (as the inauguration would be occurring ...