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... Incredible and amazing.
We seemed to float up slowly and gently. We all quietly watched the sun rise over the hills and then shine its light on the stone buildings of Montisi. Incredible.
From there we let the wind take us over the hills and plains of Tuscany. We flew at roughly 1000 feet and rose up higher and then dipped lower to fly close over some of the little hamlets in the hills. We dropped down to ...
... in and went back to get our things out of the car. I think it was the only guest house in the town. There was a pamphlet in the hotel showing directions to a wellness centre in the area so that was it!!!??
We look half and hour and walked around the whole village. It is so beautiful and its location offers incredible views of the country side and it is just stunning. There is a couple of restaurants that seem to have ...
... was so so enjoyable. Back to pack up again and to get ready for dinner.
Osteria Acquacheta is the most popular restaurant in Montepulciano and is known far and wide for it’s steaks. I was happy to follow the lead of the others who had been there before. It is a small restaurant, two long tables, both of which are inside (which is unusual) and you must book for lunch or dinner as it is impossible to get in otherwise. We had the ...
... half and gave me that. I didn’t have the heart to say no, so now I have to nibble my way through that over the next few days. Every now and then when my eyes strayed from the fruit or fish or meat stalls, I would look up and catch these most amazing views. You could never get tired at looking at that.
To walk off some of the produce consumed, and because it was such a beautiful day, I decided to walk and get lost and see what I would ...
... in roughly made timber fences in small areas where there was some flattish sort of ground. The donkey wasn’t quite so lucky, and one wrong step and he was heading for a fall!!!! The farm land had been plowed ready for sowing so the soil was a hard, rough clay which is hard to imagine that anything much would grow in it, but it obviously does. After trying to decipher what the girl was telling us about the making of ...
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