Agriturismo Vocabolo Poggio Del Pero
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> With our supplies, we headed back to the hotel to relax and recover from a big day (and it wasn't even 4pm)!
A little later (well a bit more than a little) and we were looking out over Umbria watching a beautiful sun set over the hills! A perfect end to a brilliant day, well for me at least. Maybe not so much for Em, who spent the afternoon in bed with sore ear and a painful stomach presumably from the 'gluten free' flour we used made from 'de-glutenized wheat flour.' Hmmm...
... we were walking to the water! Once in we noticed that there was plenty of floating moss and other things to dodge, but we were nice and cool!
Time for dinner - Italian pork sausage with herbs, cooked in a tomato sauce with some zucchini and then served with some rice. Nice and simple, but good and tasty none the less! We relaxed under our tree and planned what needed to be done to prepare for the next few days.... And that is where we will leave you for the ...
... us down. It was bliss. Just sheer unadulterated X rated bliss.
Lyn, meanwhile, is not a sun bunny. He relaxed by the Dub, after tidying up. He spent the day chilling, reading and sleeping. He did come to see us for half an hour, but immediately headed to the water to cool down. He and Tegz swam out to the floating pontoon, and sunbathed on there, cooling down in the water.
Unfortunately I have another ...
... was peaceful and idyllic and I harboured dreams of retiring here until my lack of Italian and reality set in.
San Qurico is a town on the Via Francigena which is something I have to google once I get better wifi. I think it’s a long distance pilgrims trail through France to Rome, through this part of Tuscany.It looks amazing if the scenery it goes through is all like todays. Hmmm…..I can see a plan hatching…….
From SQ we went on our ...
This is our last day of Italy! Following the Tiber Valley to reach Orvieto, perched high atop a volcanic rock. Here we tasted pastries at a local pasticceria and browsed through the many shops in the lanes off Piazza del Duomo. We ...