Badia di Pomaio
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
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... chandeliers, vintage shoes, jewellery and handbags , to old dental instruments !! Noel had to drag me away to make sure we had a good position for the procession - we made it "Joust" in time (sorry ......)
The Joust Is held in the Piazza Grande , a gorgeous square lined on all sides with centuries old balconied building covered in fluttering Contrada flags.
Officially called the "Jousting of the Saracens" or "Giostra Della Saracins" it re-enacts ...
This morning, we drove to Greve-in-Chianti for the Saturday market - mostly clothes and other apparel, but they did have some nice fruits, vegetables, and a meat truck with rotisserie chickens and a smoked pig. We also went into some of the shops - beautiful pottery, linens, wines and olive oils. One of the shopkeepers suggested lunch at Ristoro di Lamole and their tiramisu. We set out to find it ...
There seems to be a lot of strikes in Italy....when we were in Rome there was a strike nearby our apartment, we saw people marching. If we could understand Italian better we would have figured out what is was about. Here in Arezzo, Letiizia called us this morning to let us know that it was impossible for us to go by bus anywhere because the drivers were on strike until 1 pm, then they were taking their siesta until 4 pm and then striking again. That meant we could get ...
... Antico balsamico.........check. Buffalo mozzarella.......check and lunch is all sorted. Add some melon to have with prosciutto Parma and some amazing looking roasted chicken and we will not move from the terrace all afternoon.
Ok, I have a dilemma. My favourite coffee place is "Cafe Portici" the one I think of every day at work when I use the cup they gave me a few years ago. They don't ...
... blindly (given we had no map...except our imagination) and got to the historical center in no time. It was a beautiful day and we enjoyed leisurely walking from small chapel to giant cathedral, sloped piazza to festive piazza, and magnificent view to glorious view. It was a Saturday and the town was hopping with locals. It was really nice to see the locals in action, rather than seeing the tourists in action! The first piazza we came to was ...