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... toppings (cheese, corn, parma ham, and mushrooms. While our pizzas cooked, we were invited to build our own salad, and it was sooo tasty! Once our pizzas were ready (they only took about 8 minutes to cook), they called our numbers so we could go to the oven and pick them up. Everyone really seemed to enjoy the activity. After dinner, everyone had free time exploring the grounds of the hotel ...
Comprehensive Italian breakfast at Principe - but they have no idea about tea. Friendly service from Samantha. Walked around perimeter wall - impressive the way that ramparts reach out with arsenals and powder stores underneath. A huge amount of work and design went into building them. Looked at museum in royal palace - another series of amazing ceiling frescos and dark old portraits of noblemen and women. Several interesting rooms whose walls were covered fully by ...
... Waterlilies, tick
Bee hives, tick
Roman farm ruins ?
Roman farm ruins ?
Delightful day cycling through the Tuscany countryside, but no ruins. Not sure what I was expecting, but it wasn't this. Conservatively estimated, a round trip of about 34+ kms. Mostly flat. Cycling up over the railway bridges was no fun. Fortunately only 4 of ...
... white which the waiter recommended.
The next part was all theatre. Our friendly waiter who spoke French, Italian and English and told us he was an Arab, began to skillfully remove the heads and tails of the fish and then gently remove the flesh taking care to avoid any bones. He placed the white flesh on top of the potatoes and finished by pouring the juices from the platter over the whole dish. A performance extraordinaire and we were delighted ...
... minded but others can appreciate how enterprising and cross-disciplined he was. A very interesting visit in a lovely Tuscan setting.
We then drove on to Montegufoni. Our friend, Helen, had stayed there some years ago and had said that it was worth a visit. She was not wrong. Set on a hilltop surrounded by grapevines and olive groves, the Castello certainly dominates the area. It dates back to the 1100s and has changed ...