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... town closeby, and check it out, will be a nice little adventure. I am enjoying the lack of stress that goes with living on a farm, its a nice vacation from my.. vacation. ha.
Anyways, coming back round from my last tangent, we dropped the girls off at Arezzo train station this morning and I stayed for a few hours to visit. Though its a lot smaller than Florence I enjoyed it very much, simply because there ...
... were both terribly disappointed - the scenery in Tuscany from one of them would have been stunning. As Andy said another time but sadly it won’t Tuscany.
I so needed some retail therapy and my shopping day was ok but didn’t buy a lot as since we have arrived in both France and Italy they now have their Winter stock out (clothing that is for those men who need explaining to). So I guess I know what will be in our shops next Winter but that ...
... the same place as yesterday and had another picnic at our garden. I think the old guy from the bed and breakfast got a kick out of coming out and turning the lights on for us every night since we'd been out there until it got dark.I wish I had more to say...but really that's it. Tuscany is pretty awesome, much much more laid back and quiet than most of the places we have been to so far. The sun has been shining every day and we're just enjoying it!
... to wait for the restaurant to open but they didnt mind us sitting there having a drink. And once we got into the restaurant and ordered it was great! The food was absolutely fantastic, fresh asparagus with poached egg with parmasen for entree and I had braised Tuscan beef for main with Mick 9 hour oven roasted proscuitto. All was fantastic. Ok, excess baggage going home may not all be in the suitcase!!!!!!!!
We have finally found an internet cafe, after a lengthy search! After successfully boarding the train for a two hour ride to Arezzo (Rome's Stationale Termini was a challenge!), we arrived at our new digs “Casa San Martino”. After a confusing discussion with some older Italian ladies where none of knew what the other were saying, we were greeted by our host Ricardo.This apartment is in theancient Etruscan town of Arezzo, population of 100,000 ...