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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is a small village in Tuscany , just a hop skip and jump from the borders of the Umbria and Marche regions. Sansepolcro , founded in about 1000AD , is not known for anything majorly famous, so it is not one of the Tuscan "Super-Tourist" towns , which is partly why I chose it . It came to my attention when I was planning our Grand Italian Vacanze. I came across a picture on the Internet of a street in this little village which took my breath away. When we were ...
... br> However, there is a new movement for people to propose good uses of the land that will serve to help rebuild communities and also be environmentally friendly to the land. Giovanni and his wife and he joined up with a couple of other people to propose just such an endeavor - DONKEY MILK!!! Their proposal was approved and they are now working on developing their project.
Little known to us, donkey milk ...
... be something to try later in the week. Our first day here has started with rain which we had seen from the weather forecast, however the thunder and lightening that has also come it rather impressive. We planned a quiet day but may get out later to find a wifi spot locally as reception for some of us here is non-existent. Had lunch at the restaurant Sunday as it was the easy option and required no thinking. Ended the day with a home cooked pasta meal and a game of ...
We were pleased to see the last of La Spezia. Programmed Chantal for Pisa because M had not been there. It was a quick trip on the autostrada. We thought we would have problems finding a park, but Slasher managed to snaffle an hour park so close to the tower that we could see it.
We were met by a number of young African men selling sunglasses, watches, umbrellas, etc. - we knew we were in tourist territory! It reminded me of Paris and Sacre Coeur on our first school ...
... view of the countryside from higher up in Cortona. We also got to go inside one of the churches. Like most of Italy, Cortona is a very catholic town and you can see evidence of that everywhere. The church was very old and you could see some paintings on the wall that had survived through time. The church was a beautiful thing to see. We found another church along the way as well. These were only two ...