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... on this trip (last time was while driving) "Why am I so much better at everything after alcohol"!
By this time we had completed all of our cooking and it was time to go and sit down to enjoy the food - Mario finished putting the pasta and sauces together and brought the dishes out to us. First was the gnocchi, we both looked at each other upon our first taste and were amazed. Perfectly cooked fresh gnocchi complemented by a great sauce. The second pasta was even better, ...
... and the grounds amazing, and left behind magnificent gardens with a massive emphasis on the water features! Fountains like you would not believe line the terraced gardens.
After a little walking, we had some lunch in front of a stunning fountain, fresh buffalo mozarella and ham with some bread, the mozarella was so moist that when cut the amount of milk like juice that ran from the cheese was awesome!
We kept wandering throught the ...
... was peaceful and idyllic and I harboured dreams of retiring here until my lack of Italian and reality set in.
San Qurico is a town on the Via Francigena which is something I have to google once I get better wifi. I think it’s a long distance pilgrims trail through France to Rome, through this part of Tuscany.It looks amazing if the scenery it goes through is all like todays. Hmmm…..I can see a plan hatching…….
From SQ we went on our ...
... the San Brizio Chapel. Returned to Rome in the late afternoon and had our farewell dinner :-( It was at Tanagra Restaurant which was part opera/comedy show. Very entertaining and a great way to end our trip. Goodbyes and kisses all around! ...
... lad call Abramo and the other a ...
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Via Roma 8, Santa Fiora | Hotelfrom $80