Agriturismo Podere L'Agave
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... Kory and I will try to take turns grocery shopping each day as it is a fun but sometimes exhausting chore, we are also limited with ideas so it is fun to see what each of our creative minds can come up with for new ideas. I grabbed us buns, tuna, white sauce, and cheese! I came out and was pretty stoked on the new white sauce I had found only to find out that it was actually a salad dressing...meh I said to Kory it will still work we can pretend it will be like mayo ...
... through the ancient gate called Porta Alberti and then down the Costa Alberti, very steep and the original way up the village. Back home to the lounges and a bit of reading. Today is our last day in Tuscany. We're off to Livorno tomorrow in preparation for the next leg of our trip- Sardinia. Tonight we are going out to Bel Soggiorno for a farewell Tuscany dinner! P.S: Three weeks in and I am still not used to the accent on our sat nav. "L's" are pronounced as "R's" In 200 metres turn ...
... great views looking down on it from above. We also went into a magnificent villa, of which 12 rooms are open to the public. It is said to be one of the most beautiful old villas in Italy. descendants of the original family still live there. Extremely ornate. That's all I'm going to say. We had a great lunch at Volterra, Mike tried the Wild Boar with Juniper Berries, Roger, rabbit, and Liz and I had absolutely delicious gnocchi. Sustained, on ...
... thermal bath complex. The city itself is beautiful and embodies the concept of "retirement village." I honestly didn't see anyone under the age of 50. It is sad though to think though that small cities like this will soon die out after all the centuries with all the young families moving into bigger cities like Rome or Siena nearby. So much history will be lost. Hopefully, the cities like this one find a way to survive. It would be such a shame otherwise. Besides the ...
... the cute couple. As it turned out, Ant was deaf and Sarah, although not always pleased to do so, was also his interpreter. He was hilarious and the more wine he had, the funnier and more opened he became. Sarah (that is, Willey) loved practicing signing with him since he signed BLS but also knew some ASL and I, who had learned the ASL alphabet in Switzerland found it fantastic when I understood a word without anyones help. From that point we were pretty ...