Villa Agnese B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... staples. Finally "the chief" arrived after several hours & we were quite relieved that all 14 of us had made our way from various parts of Italy. More importantly we could now have a beer, pick a room, have a swim if desired & generally catch up. Another trip to the shop to pick up dinner which was also a good practice of my new found Italian driving skills. Salad, chook & a few drinks. A good night was had by ...
... up in front of me - yummy! The train ride; well this is when my day got seriously bad, more bloody rude, impatient ignorant people I have never come across. Trying to squeeze in front when you are trying to get down the narrow aisle with big bulky suitcases and then looking at you as if you are holding them up - we are the ones trying to get off and they have a pre numbered reserved seat waiting for them! When you try and get on the regional trains ...
... he was, laying in a glass casket! He looked quite good for someone who had been dead for about 740 years. Tonight, after a rest this afternoon on the terrace of our hotel, we headed out to the Puccini concert. It was held in the Church of San Giovani - the church where he was baptised and where he played the organ as a very young man. We were treated to Arias by Puccini and Mozart which were performed by a Basso-baritono and a soprano. They were amazing. We had ...
... its walls growing and making most of what it needed. Now as its near the sea, the mountains and fields, they have the pick of regional produce available. She was keen on the Farro or spelt wheat as a local speciality they make into pasta, biscuits, bread, soup etc... All that concentration...I needed a relaxing vino! With little pizza pieces and potato chips....who needs ...
... which for those of you who know me means not too hot. Around almost every corner there was a tiny shop offering something delicious or another old and beautiful church displayed in a plaza. The only bad thing about this day is the way the GPS took us to get there. Another morning spent sweating through my clothes as the locals fly around these tiny rural roads. Never thought I would miss a 4 lane ...