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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... with Gubbio. We split up for 40 minutes so I can go and find a few shots I am after including a fountain I have read about. I find it all and meet the others back at the car. Some purchases have been made as usual.
We drive to a small hilltop town called Montone. It is very quiet but beautiful and Dianne and I find some great spots to photograph. There are also great views of the surrounding valley and we see many locals and ...
An Italian breakfast; Cornflakes, apple cake, biscuits and coffee. It went down a treat! Niņo had planned for us to drive to several hill top villages, but it was raining, so we tried to discourage him from going out in the rain. However, he checked his weather station and decided that we could leave about 11:30 because the rain was going to stop by 12:00. We had photos, then headed off to the garage to ...
... two oldest had already decided that at the first dinner they would all split up so as not to create an “us” and “them”. It set the tone for a remarkable week.
We are led by Davide, a university philosophy major, former racer and head of Ciclismo Classico’s European operations. Normally and office type, this is his only tour this year. He is organized, precise, remarkably ...
... 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 ...