Relais Palazzo di Luglio
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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 orrichiette. Dianne and I have wine and we all have desserts which are great. All in all, we would recommend it, we bid farewell strengthened again.
Dianne has seen a shop selling leather bags so heads off there while the kids and I explore a few more streets. We find a few interesting sights including Fiat 500s and some of the steepest streets we have seen. As prearranged, we meet Dianne at the car and start the drive home. I manage to fluke a ...
... 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. ...
... we know they are there; is constant provider of advice, snacks and high fives; and is the gourmet behind our menus and wines. In his Nov-Mar off season is location manager for one of Italy’s TV stations.
Before dinner Davide brought up the subject of the “wine kitty” – 50 euro a piece to cover the cost of wine for the 5 days. It seemed a bit steep but he said his experience showed ...
... 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. ...