Villa Pian Di Cascina
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... amazing people I met may have played a small part as well. Oh, and lets not forget the wine!
Q: It has been two months have you found yourself yet?
While there are lot of people who go traveling to "find themselves" I'm not one of them. I completely understand the mindset and would agree traveling is a great way for one to do some soul searching. However, for me this trip is about maturing as a person. I know who I am and I want that person ...
... amp; adorable Willa. Sun was shining most days & the pool was was well appreciated by all of us.
jacob & I, the intrepid culture vultures headed off to Florence one day by train. First stop Uffizi gallery where we dutifully joined the queue at 9 am. We're told it would be 60-90 mins & it was...but it is high season...
well worth the visit & spent a couple of hours there. Temperature is rising...we ...
After leaving Cortona we slipped briefly out of Tuscany to visit nearby Assisi in the province of Perugia. Resting place for St Francis it was sombre to visit his tomb under the church there, however the rest of the town has been transformed into a religious tourist destination. What said it all was the carousel outside one of the churches that was adorned with religious motifs...note the Francescan monks in the background. ...
... to this day. Artifacts discovered over time have contributed to the richness of its history. The narrow streets, cobblestones and laneways, as usual, define the old town, busy with tourists and locals. As in many European towns, pedestrians rule the night, with the streets here being closed off at an early hour for the safety and sanity of drivers, especially those with an errant TT.
... Century wine barrel that was in a cellar under where monks used to live. They would fill it from a hole in the floor above. It holds 19,350 litres and was last filled in 1908 & 1928.
The funivare was closed until 2:30 and since it was 2pm we decided to go down & get the car & bring it up to the free car park here. The cable car was bizarre, as it was more like a cable cage. Each cage took two people standing up. We jumped on, one at a time, as ...