Relais Parco Fiorito
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Having said a sad farewell to Jules, Mark and Erin, we left the Amalfi and Sorrento coast and headed back up through Italy to spend a couple of nights in Tuscany in an old Villa hotel called Casa Volpi, en route to the Dolomites. The weather has been kind to us again and we had a nice day exploring Arezzo town, on our only full day here before heading north into the ...
... Castello, a cute town not too far away. It was a fabulous celebration not only of truffles, but of locale fruits, legumes, porcini mushrooms and all sorts of fun-guys!!
CDC also had a fabulous castle (Rocca) full of medieval suits of armour and the usual gorgeous via's and piazza's
As usual , I wanted to buy fresh ...
We had a birthday party for Lisa's 60th.
We went to the chestnut festival in Caprese Michelangelo .
We did more -- took walks, spent a day in Pienza, visited the Vestri Chocolate Factory (double yummy!).
But the pictures are still uploading to my computer so these will have to wait.
I'm off to take a last walk to the cemetery and back -- an easy 3.50 mile trek. Then time to pack my suitcase.
... different from the truth isn't? If you're going to write a 'review' and spread this information to people at least make sure your facts are correct. So the volunteers contribution from nearly a month doesn't even near cover the sanctuaries running costs. They obviously supplement this with donations, adoptions, tours and so on but that is still a lot of money to raise in just one month. Some of the problems Daniella wrote about were to do with money. One example ...
... which is considered to be the most beautiful one in all of Tuscany. We agree!
After a difficult time with parking, we headed for the piazza. It is a semi-circle shape with sloping sides, which makes it ideal for loafing around. Siena was quite busy and had the most tourists we have seen since Cinque Terre. We took some time to soak in the piazza ...