Hotel Terme San Filippo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... about bringing Vegemite but I dismissed the idea and seriously did think I could go twelve weeks without it!
It sounds terrible and I do feel a little ashamed that I couldn't hold out three months without Vegemite especially since I would not say I was addicted to the 'black paste'. I certainly do not have it every morning at home, but it must be, that I know it's in the ...
... We noticed across the road and up slightly, of all restaurants, a Chinese restaurant! Straight away our taste buds zeroed in and we wished we had seen it before lunching. So on this return visit, Chinese was on our menu list and our taste buds!
It is so odd, having Chinese looking people, speaking Italian! Perhaps not so to Italians, in that they may speak with a terrible Italian accent, however to our ears, they sounded so ...
... Apart from my "grazie", after her gestures, like, capping up, indicating waiting time with her fingers, gesturing me to the wash area and back again, the blow dry, oh, and she did indicate by holding up the scissors and shaking her head, negatively, that no cut is needed, not a word!
So, this left me wondering. My wonderful hairdresser, Lauren, engages in conversation from the moment I walk in until I walk out....minimum 3 hours.
Mara, in ...
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
So we left Orvieto after trying to walk up the hill – IT WAS SO STEEP that it made La Grazie seem even so we gave up. Today we drove to Pienza on the way to Ambra – all in southern Tuscany. We went to Pienza because once again I wanted to try and find the famous zigzag road of pencil pine trees, which is in a lot of postcards. Of course we found several and actually managed to drive down one of them and take some photos – it does ...
... tour during which a good English-speaking guide took us into the carved out caves where ages ago they used to make olive oil, wine and have a pigeon industry. Apparently there are thousands of these caves under the city of Orvieto. We also saw various museums of religious artefacts and the Etruscan archaeological findings. Lunch was okay at 'Da Carlo’s’ but I thought Carlo was a temperamental chef, who kept telling off his staff – ...