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Travel Blogs from San Sisto
... Um-Bertie-Day (?)) to get some groceries. After that 'exciting' experience, we drove back to the villa, and ate dinner. Dads just told us about how we should shake out our shoes before putting them on, not leave anything but books on our dresser, and shake our clothes before we put them on, just in case we find a scorpion hiding away! I'm a bit nervous now. Thanks a lot dad.
Got to go check my bed for scorpions.
... for airport in Florence and then got onto auto strada (freeway). Heading in right direction we arrived around 4.30 pm after a deviation to another factory outlet. This is the night we stay in a castle "under the Tuscan sun"! The photos hopefully give you a better picture than my ...
... to our room and, got dry, then hung around with Lily and Ellie, then we went on a walk. We walked down The White Road, to an 'abandoned village'. When we got there, we figured out that someone actually lived there (we think!) so we started to walk back up the road, in 25-30 degree heat. Mum decided to take a 'short cut' up a grassy hill, (with bees and wasps everywhere!) ...
... they were the floating mountains from Avatar (but they obviously weren't floating in mid-air.). We then drove, and drove, and drove, until we came to Umbertide, the village 8km away from the villa. We tried to find a supermarket, but no luck, so we started walking back to the car, and about 200 meters from the car, huh guess what? We found a supermarket! So we bought some food (mum wouldn't let me get M'n'M's. disgraceful.), ...
... they don't wash their clothes very often. ;)
After the tour it was about 12:45 and we are all feeling pretty famished because we ate breakfast at 5:30 that morning. But, we couldn't eat yet...we had to walk up a mountain first! Europeans eat really late so we had to endure. The climb was pretty gradual though. We took our time and walked along the streets of Assisi. I think my smile was glued to my face the whole time because it was such a darn quaint town. The ...
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