Relais Parco Fiorito
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... the16th century and kept by the family until the end of the 19th century. Our room is in the servants quarters of the time and breakfast is either served in their converted barn or on the patio which overlooks a panoramic view of the vineyards and olive groves surrounding the property. If this is true to the reviews, this is going to be another incredible few days! I am already imagining a Jane Austen novel… I know, wrong ...
... on the way home gives us delicious parmigiana with melanzano in chilied oil or roast pork panini... The evening was spent at a nearby village for drinks after which we had yet another feast at our agritourismo. We are sorry to say goodbye to hosts Giana, Antonio and special Elena who all cared for us as though we were family. The ravioli was superb!! ...we have now added Rigoli pasta from Pola's ...
... get to the U.K. (Italy’s postal service is notoriously
unreliable). I am wanting any donations, regardless of amount, to be inspired
by your genuine interest in my journey and to come from your experience of plenty.
I am allowing a year (9 more months) for this exploratory
travel, making international connections and finding my footing on foreign
soil. I hope to settle sooner than that, and even better discover joyful ways
Tuscany here I come.
Perhaps one of the most attractive areas in Italy. Cruising roads through quaint villages along vineyards busting with grapes; the sweet fragrance of the many fruit trees is in the air.
Children licking gelati in the streets and old men sipping their espressos on the benches in front of their local trattoria.
The pace is definitely a lot slower in this part of the world.
I won't say much more and let the pictures tell the ...
... the earthquake toppled the castle tower which dates back to the 1300s and which we climbed only a week ago. The habitable part of the castle is now a wreck of broken glass, dirt, plaster, and books. It sounds like the castle is beyond repair. We grieve the loss of this special place and are thankful for the people who poured their lives into it to make it so wonderful the past few years. Clark and his crew are in our ...