Relais Palazzo di Luglio
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Saturday, August 2, 2014
We slept in a bit today – yeh. Then after a little grocery shopping we drove to Levane to visit our Zia Nanina and Alita. When I rang her earlier in the year she said she might not last to our visit. Well although 90, less teeth and slower on her feet she did look really well and still had the same pushy, funny and alert personality. We enjoyed a nice ...
... only vegan here, and I can already feel the effects of the detox from the pizza and ice cream Ive been eating for the past week! I had got to the point that I was actually craving vegetables, if you can believe it. Nah, veggies are great. We all take turns cooking, and tonight I made my moms carrot lentil soup, because I didnt want to mess up my first meal here:P It was a great success! hooray! Overall the food has been fantastic.
As for ...
... market. It was definitely alternate! Lots of organic bread, soaps, home made jams, jewellery, wine and an older guy and his wife selling what looked liked thick crepes which then had some jam and soft cheese on them. They were called "frittelle" and apparently are more like doughnuts than crepes.
Still searching for markets, so headed back beyond Ponte Vecchio, but they were only fruit and vegetables. L found another one, but it was closed ...
... he doesn’t drink wine, and that’s all I could think about doing in Italy, he WAS going to drive. The agent informed us it was 7 Euros/day for an extra driver, and I was willing to hand over my wallet, when Dean gave me this look as if saying, "surely that’s too much to add me, you can just drive." Well, I reluctantly passed on adding him, and with the thought of us driving a standard transmission on ...
... di Piazzano (residenza d'epoca) originated in 1464 as the hunting manor of Cardinal Silvo Passerini. Later, it served as a convent for nuns and a tobacco and vine growing estate. The first floor included the kitchen, reception hall, two common rooms and the dining room. Two curving staircases led to the upper floors, and our sitting room was the only fourth floor room. There ...