Relais Palazzo di Luglio
Travel Blogs from Sansepolcro
... but the jumper fitted nicely. Jude was keen to visit Bramasole, the house that put Cortona on the tourist map. It was the subject of the book/movie "Under the Tuscan Sun". With some basic instructions gained from the web we set out on a 35 minute walk/climb which took us through a beautiful park area with beautiful shade trees and a splashing fountain and then a pleasant walk up a road that wound around the mountain ...
... 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.
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... Emma were married. It was a lovely, simple church - privately owned - used for mass once a week and a wedding once a week. You really have to book ahead for a wedding. The owner does not even charge for the use!
As we moved through the village, Niņo found a restaurant and booked a table for us. So good to have a native speaker in charge. This restaurant was very small and the kitchen was minuscule. ...
... be an appropriate number. Dinner the first night included one of the few Tuscan whites, a Chianti, and another Reserva. When dinner was over, 17 drinking diners (one non-drinker, plus Davide and Paolo who seemed never to have sat down) had consumed 14 bottles. I didn’t count my own refills. I will gauge mine by the number of trips “down the hall” tonight.
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... a kid, I decided to skip the museums. The second day in Florence I walked down to a huge park that runs forever down the side of the river and just took it easy. From Florence, I was hoping to spend the weekend in a tiny town out in the Tuscan countryside and do some hiking, but all affordable accomodations were full. So, I just decided to come to Rome a few days earlier than I had anticipated. ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking