Badia di Pomaio
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Today is our second to last day at the villa - the week has certainly gone very quickly.
We have fallen into a bit of a routine. We try and sleep late - but there are some chickens and a very handsome rooster here and he makes sure he is welcoming in the new day from about 5.30am - but despite that we do seem to not wake up till about 8am.
The kids get up and play, Grant gets up and goes for a run - I don't know where or how far he goes but he comes ...
... 8211; a Prada outlet store means that the bags which were usually 1700 Euros were reduced to 1200 Euros. There were some real bargains; silk scarves for 175 Euros and belts for 85 Euros - but they were still a bit out of our league. We walked around for a while in our shorts and my old t-shirt, the shop assistants looked down their noses at us. But there were lots of people buying up big – mainly Italians and Chinese. I’m in the wrong job!!!
... a town called Bagno Vignoni, where we saw the center of town which had a large hot springs and stone houses around it. We had lunch at a place on the square and then headed northeast to Figline Valdarno where Luca met us at the hotel, and took us on a tour of his to his town complete with leaning tower. Back to Luca's house where Mary cooked another masterpiece. Present were also Luca's daughter Greta, ...
On a drizzly morning we set off in the Panda and in an hour and or so got spat off the Autostrada at 130kmh!
Only about 80km further than we needed to go, so we followed a few back roads to arrive at the hillside town of Cortona.
After parking below the town's walls we were greeted by a posse of cats.
Guess what? Jane has bought another bag. Apparently two was clearly not enough, so now she has to carry the extra one.
The sun finally came out and we ...
I'm writing this from the train again. This time we are on our way to Riomaggiore in Cinque Terre after having spent two days in Florence. Honestly I am looking forward to leaving the big city tours for a while in order to relax in a lazy sea side town. All we have been doing here in Florence is visiting museum after museum of artwork and churches. But what else is one to do on a tour through Europe? We got our start at ...