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Waking up in Villa Ciccolina has created a problem. We do not want to leave here. EVER. Following a breakfast that you would expect in Tuscany with a large assortment of both Italian, North American and British choices, the day started off just right. We had an 11:30 start time at the Avignonesi Winery just outside of Montepulciano. This is said to …
... by my co-pilot.
We got back to the parking lot where the nice lady informed us that we owed an extra Euro, and then we descended and were off. All of us agreed that this place that we’d stumbled into, totally unplanned, would likely be the highlight of the trip.
We roamed through the hills of Tuscany and Umbria, and I think that all of us (the adults at least) were a little sad that we wouldn’t have more time to spend ...
There was so much packing to do, as you can imagine, we have collected a few things along the way, Laurie made me dispense with a few things since I have had a little retail therapy! All is good though and we managed to squeeze everything in. Gea, our landlord, came around for a farewell drink, after she left we went into "Antica Enoteca" in via della Croce near the Spanish Steps for a pasta and a bottle of Nero d'Avola, yum, an early night, we have a big day ...
... at 5:30 so it was perfect! We were hoping the light would hit the river and illuminate the buildings nicely but not so much. Still, it was a great view! We found a bakery and got pastries, then went back to the hotel to get ready. Breakfast at the hotel was a few hours later at 8:30 and was the usual Italian breakfast buffet - yogurt, cereal, fruit, salami/prosciutto, cheese, pastries and breads. The hotel has a beautiful ...
... in this medieval lodging a few steps from the main square. This complex has been in Gio's family for 700 years and once housed a school where students learned the art of mosaics, of which there are many on display. We are in one of the smaller rooms which is sufficient, but has an extremely small shower - a bit larger than 2' x 2'. The main part of town is closed to all traffic except for residents, so walking on ...