Relais Poggio Ai Santi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Issy decides to sleep in, so I have breakfast on my own. It is a bit less quiet than yesterday. The eggs were terrible yesterday, so I decide I will have toast instead. There is a machine that looks like it might be a toaster, but it is nowhere near the bread. That said, the milk is nowhere near the cereal, so maybe they're just not into putting things in helpful places. I wait to see if someone else uses the machine as a toaster, or as anything else for that matter. No one goes ...
... and articles, something the town is known for. We proceeded along until we found a piazza where they were holding a car rally...the starting point. All kinds of heavily decaled cars lined up waiting for their turn to race off....lots of noise and hard to imaging these cars tearing off down some of the narrow streets without being a danger to the pedestrians competing for their space.
... We ended up having pizza for lunch, not at a restaurant but just sitting at a bar eating slices of pizza. Yum. Next stop, grocery shopping. The first store we stopped at, after much difficulty parking, was closed for lunch. I'd love to see that happen at home! Found another one and stocked up. Back to the apartment for an arvo by the pool. We pretty much have the place to ourselves. The apartments are spread out well enough that we ...
... own training session. We went inside to sign our lives away and have our helmets fitted, then back out to get some instruction and give it a whirl. Dean and Gidge went first and gave the impression by their wobbles and jerks that it was harder than it looked :/ Loren went next and quickly decided that she would be much more comfortable riding pillion with one of our guides, Steve (he was quite cute!). Finally Kaila and I got to have a go and I was pumped! Don't know what all ...
... the bottom part where there was a grocery store, 2 restaurants, a gift shop type thing, 6 swimming pools with some water slides, a bar, a wine shop, and a tour center. Being that this place was in nowhere man's land, it sure was we'll equipped. We decided, not having a car it might be best to just book a couple tours. So we chose the Florence tour to give us our bearings and a wine tour to get us a little tipsy ;) The next day we left on the bus for our ...