Relax Hotel Aquaviva
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... construction new home in Texas. Since it started raining again, we decided to drive back to the villa for leftover chicken and salad and a nap at the villa. Tonight the cook is preparing bruschetta, lasagne and tiramasu at the villa. Tomorrow who knows? Depends on the weather!
The plan is to take photographs of anything we like to incorporate into our Tuscan style home. So far I have pics of chimney caps and the interior shutters for the master ...
... photos, so the one in this blog is from the internet. After our long day, we bought some bread and dinner and a bottle of chianti and climbed to the top of piazza Michelangelo overlooking the city and the river. We made it in time to watch the sunset as we finished our dinner. It was quite the climb, but watching the sunset on the hills and city was worth it! Hope your sunset was just as ...
... free time and as predicted ed took off to the Benneton store that he covets. I think that he will go into everyone that he finds! The boys and I sat at the piazza and ate a Gellato that Aidan paid for! Getting back on the bus we headed to an organic farm where we had a quick vineyard tour, saw the special cows they have and had a nice lunch with 4 different wines! It was enjoyable even as a quick thunderstorm passed through the region! It was actually refreshing and cooled us of as ...
... olives!! When tasting it, you have to slurp it so the oil gathers oxygen. Then, you have to let it coat your whole mouth so it can gather flavor. Apparently, the lightest types of oil are the best on fish and salads. If those are high quality, they are sold wrapped in foil. The heavier kinds, with the most flavor, are a darker color. So we got lunch without having to work, which is my idea of a good day!
... villas on hilltops, but our favourite parts were a really green hill with a grove of trees on top, and a forest (or maybe a plantation of some type because of how neatly the tress were set out) that was made up of trees with white trunks and light green and orange leaves. We also liked the green fields with yellow wildflowers, and Dan liked the cypress trees :) We could see a storm brewing in the sky over Pisa, and the clouds were very dark!
When we got to Pisa, ...