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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a wrong turn and ended on a shocking dirt road that was full off loose gravel and pot holes. Consequently, I spent the entire time nearly falling over, with Garth hot on my heels cursing and swearing! Finally we found our way to Montefioralle and rode around the cobble streets admiring the beautiful little houses, complete with window boxes full of bright coloured flowers. It all seemed worth ...
... traditional costumes from Renaissance. It was hot and we didn't envy the young women in velvet and brocade! We mostly just wandered around until lunch. We decided to eat at a place we had tried several years ago...they have downsized and moved a few doors down. As usual, the food was wonderful and fresh. This place prides itself on "slow food" which in general definition means nothing on my plate travelled farther ...
... from this week's hikes around Vinci and here, in the hills, to the medieval village of Larciano. This is Leonardo's country. The place where he was born, where he studied the geology of the hills, where he formed his ideas.
Campeggio Villagio Le Ginestre - Marzo 29th a 31st.
We enjoyed our stay here for a number of reasons. For Signor e Signora, the chance to visit nearby Arezzo. But for me, it was the walks through woodlands, by ...
... the uscita or exit. And then my world crumbled when Pamela found another floor of the museum. Oh well, apart from a couple of Caravaggio's this floor was of the lesser know artists. (Pamela: That did not stop Mark racing through the floor so I barely saw anything! He would have run passed the Caravaggio's if I hadn't stopped him.) All in all i thought the museum was good but not as good as people rave about. I understand that may be sacrilege to someone with an ounce ...
... br> We then set out to wander the streets of Venice; there is so much lovely street art, old fountains and statues, vibrant people in the Piazzas, and lovely architecture that it was a good way to spend an afternoon. I found a vintage clothing shop and naughtily got a beautiful 1960s silk scarf from a Rome designer (the pride of their collection was a 1920's handpainted scarf made by a Florentine designer whose name escapes me but even I had heard of). Then we found a ...