Agriturismo Stefano Stefano
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... over-excitement and Processo on the sun terrace that progressed to us heading out late to enjoy the local Salsa festival and then even later dinner (food earlier may have saved us) and then the boys carrying on the chat whilst Kidney and I stood on the edge of the dance floor watching the salsa dancers and indignantly discussing with outrage why we were not being asked to dance??!!! ....not very subtly! Four hangovers the next day served ...
We spent some time exploring our little village again today, the shops were actually open today but soon closed again just after 12. We did go in the church here which was a pretty amazing, considering the village is very old and small. It is huge for the size of the village and a bit spooky inside. The girls kept very close to Grant as we wandered around alone.
We had lunch in town before heading ...
... and a fine shower of rain at times. Big drop in temperature today, about 15 deg. Big drop from the 32 yesterday! Still, it didnt deter the girls from a dip in the pool. Maria (the owner) came down to see the girls in the pool, she was wrapped up in a scarf and winter woolies! I must admit it has been cold today, all of us even putting on our sweatshirts for the first time since arriving in ...
We will go back again and we have at least one more to try before we can call it but for now Grom is our new favourite gelati shop.......and by some way.
I hope to lure K back in there tomorrow, Sundays are sacred in these parts and I must go and pray to the gods of fine frozen delights.
The day after started in a very slow fashion with people visiting different places, some to Florence, some to Siena and some of us to the outlet Shopping malls. I met the Moore family group along with the "Hounds" ( Tambourine family) in the Figline main square which does more costume changes than Madonna in concert. It was sleepy in the days leading up to the wedding, a buzzing meeting spot for the towns old men in the afternoon for a ...