Agriturismo Collina Dei Fagiani
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... kick him off and finish the job myself. Then he got bored! Talk about gratitude. Anyway, Jo took him home and Bronte and I then made a tea candle lantern. All good fun and Flynn's stained glass looks really great. 29 August Last day. Pool action, book reading, kid wrangling, nice and slow, no car. To mark our last night, we decided to go back to Panacale for dinner. I thought it was a very risky strategy, given how nice it had been the other night. A hard act to follow, ...
... hills above Perugia. After introductions, we got straight into the menu:
Antipasti (Hors d’oeuvre)
Torta al Testo con Stracchino e Rucola (Flat Bread with Soft Cheese e Rucola)
Cestini di Parmigiano Reggiano con le Pere (Parmesan Reggiano Cheese Baskets with Pears)
Torta Rustica (Tita’s Pie)
Pasta e Ceci (Chickpea soup with pasta)
Spaghetti con Pomodorini Pachino (Spaghetti ...
... was gilted to within an inch of its life. The front of the church was plain Jane in comparison!
Lunch. Hmmm. Freshly made prosciutto and cheese panini. A bargain at $4.50 each. We sat on some steps, most likely hundreds of years old, and watched the world go by for a moment and shooed off the pigeons which were most persistent!
We walked through the vaulted archways of the Via Volte della Pace before arriving at ...
... wilderness, springs and rocky gorges.
The town of Spoleto was perfect for us. Easy driving distance to all the other Umbrian must see towns, and the town itself was just the right size. Not too big and not too small. Enough bars and restaurants to keep anyone happy, a delightful old town overlooked by mountains and its hilltop Rocca, and a very Italian holiday feel (more Italian holidaymakers than Westerners). Our apartment was on the first floor ...
... spied it in the field outside the sporting complex. Loads of kids, loads of flashing lights and very loud music which entertains the teenagers every night of the festival.
The first night we were a little unsure how it all worked but on the second visit, we had it all worked out. Queue up and give your order (thankfully the lady spoke some English!), pay and get your invoice. Sit at a table and the wait staff then come and take a copy of ...