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Family drove us from Storo, through Trent, to Levico Terme. More mountains, lots more castles and lakes, great trip. Very, very grateful for the ride, also. Another family-owned, family-run hotel. I think the mother of the owner, Giulianna, must have put out an APB upon finding that we were there looking for family connections, as an older man and …
... got on the bus and about an hour and half later arrived in Siena! Steph did some reading about places to see and I asked people I had met in Florence the night before. As we walked towards the Duomo we had the chance to walk on top of the walls that surrounded the city. Siena was similar to Florence, the buildings looked similar because they were built around the same time and many were influenced by the Medici family too. The biggest difference was how close all the ...
... noise except for the dogs barking below. Apparently they pick up the sound of us above and don’t like it.
For about 2 hours we cruised the air space until hovering above some vines until we were able to land perfectly in a paddock. I was still in utter disbelief at the experience I had. Once the ground crew found us we were eventually allowed to get out of the basket and make our way up the hill to enjoy a ...
... I had seen. The scenery was incredible and the back drop was the amazing blue sky.
Ok I know! They were sending me to a day spa or a hot springs experience as there are also a lot of these around. Oh this place is beautiful and in the middle of absolutely nowhere. I couldn’t believe it. We had to park outside the city and walking through we were obviously the main attraction. All the locals were looking at us and I was ...
... Liam had never been in a big church and he felt it was kind of scary, especially the crypt. Back into the sunshine for a picnic in the olive groves on bread, salami, pecorino fresco cheese and Montalchino honey. But damn, we forgot the wine bottle opener! Lesson learned. Once home at our farmhouse we cooked up a delicious pasta meal with the best pesto I've ever tasted! And of course the wine.... ...
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