- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... fabulous for human babies so some people will pay 15 Euros a liter for it! According to Giovanni the milk has amazing qualities such as being very easily digested, the closest thing to human milk and has antibiotic qualities. They have also hired a chef and put in a little bar and restaurant so when families come up to see the donkeys they can eat and hang out further helping to financially support the project. Also ...
... Yum! After the tour we are ushered to the usual shop where once again our shoppers go crazy. I love chocolate T shirts somehow become the next "must have" item. Wow. Dianne gets two free gifts for being a "nice lady".
Happy and satisfied with chocolate, we leave and drive home to our farm. We have enjoyed a really good day. Josh only manages to eat one third of his meringue before admitting defeat - but there is always tomorrow.
The village we decided on was to the north of Terni; we would do the village, have lunch and then we would head north and N and E would head back to Terni. We went to a village called San Gemini - each section of the village had a different coat of arms and at some stage during the year, each district fights the other - very Italian it would appear! Niņo also showed us the 12 th century church where ...
... and knows his business like the back of his hand. His cohort, Paolo, a Sicilian, has the look of a peasant farmer – deep, dark complexion; a flyaway mane of gray; stained teeth, ground flat (you didn’t need to be a dentist to notice); fluent but rudimentary English. Reminder – never judge a book by its cover. This is his 100th tour and he is the sparkplug of ours. He sees and fixes ...
... landmark in Florence is the Duomo, a cathedral with a huge brown-tiled dome. The outside of the cathedral is a combination of pink, white, and green marble, giving it a very unique look. The cathedral was begun in 1296 and took over 150 years to complete. Florence also has lots of art museums, but since I don't have much of an appreciation for art and had already seen the Statue of David when ...