Agriturismo L'Olmo di Casigliano
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... because we were headed uphill, my bike was a piece of **** & I knew I was the weakest link. Soon the upward trail came to an end, so we headed down the hill towards the flat valley and I was much happier due to the less strenuous peddling. We returned to the area where Jeff and I had road the bikes to a few days earlier, this time no cow poop smell, only fresh air.
After our bike ride the men went for a beer, Lisa and Alison ...
... home, it was such a beautiful drive with many hilltop villages along the way. It was dark when we returned to the hotel & tonight we were back in the fancy dining room for dinner. Right before we had left on the trip, I received notice that we were getting a meal upgrade, four nights in the dining room instead of two.
Tonight we feasted on fresh trout. Since our buddy Federico was out of town, his mother stopped by our table. She loved ...
Chef Fillipo had a leg of lamb & he prepped it while we watched. He covered the lamb with olive oil & added fresh sprigs of rosemary, salt & pepper ~ into the oven it went. Now we made our chocolate cupcakes & knew these were not going to be your average cupcakes. These had to be chilled before baking. Then we were given the rest of the pasta dough that we made on Monday, the pasta machine was brought out ...
... a HUGE coastal city and was a major ship building port at the peak of the Italian economy. There was a very cool church on top of the hill. After there we drove north to a coastal resort town where we ate at a restaurant called Bano. Most of the several miles long strip including large hotels were completely closed since Europeans typically only vacation June, July and August. The town is not easily accessed by tourist so ...
... was waiting for us. She was an art history & restoration major, so she really knew the history of the town. She took us up to the top of the town, which had a beautiful view of the castle & valley below. Assisi is a lovely Umbrian hill town with twisting narrow alleyways. I had a hard time focusing on listening to Irene tell us about the town's history because I was enjoying walking through the old cobblestone streets so much. I always wonder what people do all ...