Relais Palazzo di Luglio
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... milk can be made into soap to sell.
We watched them milk the donkeys and they get very little milk from each one because the donkeys are also nursing babies and they always leave enough milk for the baby!
Impressed with the cool innovative project and the nice farm area they had created I couldn't help but think of our friend Sarath in Cambodia with his dreams. He also wants to create a farm ...
... the signage is lacking somewhat. For anyone who has driven in Italy you will know what I mean. Once we find it, we pay our entry fee and join an English tour, actually we are the only 4 on it! We have a young lady called Jearta as our guide and she takes us through the history as well as the factory (very interesting). Perugina make the Baci chocolates so we are keen for tasting and half way around we stand before a table with samples which ...
We had planned to travel to Siena via the autostrada, but Chantal in all her wisdom decided it would be more interesting for us to travel on country roads. The most direct route obviously, even though I had told her I wanted to use tolls. Anyhow, one and a half hours later and having driven 47 kilometres on windy roads, we arrived. In Siena on a market day, it is near impossible to find a car park. Many of the car parks were full and other P signs indicates residents only had parking ...
... when everyone left and we rolled out a bed.
So today we slept in a long time. Ah, back to the life of sleeping until midday again – for a few days anyway. Today has been so nice; I have really enjoyed the company of Miriam, Pietro and their little daughter Arianna. They seem to live with a real joy for life. It is hard in some ways for me to be around people with such joy and happiness because it is so difficult for me to find these feelings truly in myself lately, but ...
... and i thought just less accessible. anyways moving on to what we did. This trip was a class trip for art history. we started off in Sienna, which is GORGEOUS. great wine too obviously. its one of those places where i look around and ask myself 'do people really live here?' we saw a lot of old churches and frescoes. BUT they have some of the best cookies ive ever had there. wow dad you would be in heaven. we then went ...