L'angolo di Pienza
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... has it or if it is just given an honourable mention. I have come to realize... it really doesn't matter since our favourite restaurant so far didn't have either!
After a bite (or more) to eat we walked the grounds and discovered many kinds of fruit trees including passion fruit and papaya and of course there were also olives. We found a small chapel, a rose garden with a lovely fountain, a beautiful pool overlooking the ...
... valleys ...rocky mountains similar to the Swartberg......Villages are high up ... Gypsy villages low down....Messy like squatter camps... The marble quarries are amazing...the countryside is flattening out, we pass groves of olive trees and vineyards as well as prickly pears galore on the roadside ... Tom is salivating! Finally we see the sea. Rod and John are at home again....another place to explore! ...
... get to the U.K. (Italy’s postal service is notoriously
unreliable). I am wanting any donations, regardless of amount, to be inspired
by your genuine interest in my journey and to come from your experience of plenty.
I am allowing a year (9 more months) for this exploratory
travel, making international connections and finding my footing on foreign
soil. I hope to settle sooner than that, and even better discover joyful ways
... say that he expected nothing less! Fortunately this time we're able to wheel our worldly possessions up a slope with no steps!
This morning we hit a supermarket as we have an apartment again for a few days and I am excited about preparing a few meals. It has been quite a few days since that has been able to happen.
After shopping we made our way to San Gimignano which every one tells you is beautiful, and they are right! It is ...
... to Rome divided the towns to the right of the highway and to the left. As the Val d'Orcia was to the right, we decided to head in that direction as the area was reported as being exceptionally beautiful. The valley was pretty all right, but many of the towns had been dressed up for tourists, particularly Pienza, the most popular one. This was because it produced a Pope and, well, you can guess the ...