Agriturismo I Veroni
Travel Blogs from Pontassieve
... We did a bit more shopping and got Gelati from two different places haha piggys haha then back to the bus and home again for anther quick shower turn around and we headed to a Tuscany winery where the cutest little family live, we had a lesson in wine making and then had a yummy dinner and wine tasting prepared by mumma, it was just the cutest thing! Had a really really good night! Then packed and ...
... from the start of the trip about this man, who could guess the Former All Black based on clues drip feed to us each day. Mervyn got it on day 5 so he was the winner. That was announced today, took his photo with Joe and Milly the dog. She was a wee honey and so funny seeing this Kiwi block carrying his dog around as if it was the most natural thing to do. Joe is coaching rugby here in Umbria at present and has been living ...
... 60,000 uni students and a total population of 100,000. We got to the Tower and all of us were surprised to see it wasn't as tall as we thought it might be. The kids made Geoff take the normal corny tourist shots of holding up the tower and then pushing it down but what was funny was taking a look around and seeing all these others doing the same thing. It was this park taken up with people holding their arms in the air or doing weird ...
... plan was to finally go see the Duomo!! First, we climbed it. That was rough. Real rough. The view was so pretty though, and we finally got a clear day! I could see all of Florence, and the city looked so small from up above! Once we made it down, we actually went into the Cathedral. It was surprising how simple the inside was. It seems like they spend so much time and money on the outside that they couldn't be bothered about ...
... travels through Europe and Asia ("Oh, you HAVE to go to Bali!"), and the older woman was talking about how her and her husband (and dog) had spent the last six months in the Tuscan countryside, and their Florence apartment is costing 2700 euros a month, etc. It was a bit much :P
We saw that there was a synagogue nearby, so we walked there. I saw a poster of the Lubavitcher Rebbe in a window, and it was the Florence Chabad House (we had had our special ...
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