Azienda Agrituristica Il Sarale
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... to add some gluten free flour. I took the job of kneeding, whilst Emma continued with the photo journalism! Then it was time for the fun bit, rolling into the gnochi logs and then cutting and shaping. We both had a go at this, and Emma was definitely the winner! But I think I'd put that down to something that I haven't mentioned yet - the local wine! Il Fontanarra also make their own wine, and we had been quite liberally dosed with it since arriving for the class! As Emma has ...
... groan!) I then started a thriller called Eeny Meeny about a female serial killer, which I am really enjoying. I’ve already been on Amazon to download my next book. Holidays and reading; a marriage made in heaven!
When we eventually left our prime real estate, we came back to the Dub all sweaty and suntanny, and noticed our red bits! We spent ages chatting and then showered before Lyn cooked chicken on the ...
... the typical gelato shops etc, but then turned slightly inland, up some steps and into the old town. Wow! It was lovely. Just old and cobbled with so much atmosphere. I think I’m going to enjoy some of these random small places more than your typical Tuscan tourist traps. We spent a lovely hour just mooching and then sat and had an ice cream in a little local place near the lake.
We came back to the site and passed some ...
Actually, we did the highs first. We drove to a town called Gubbio, inland from us (back towards Perugia really), where we tried out their "cable car". These consist of small cages, each containing a maximum of two people, that go up the side of the mountain to a basilica at the top.
Fortunately the weather started out well, so despite the odd spot of rain, there was little or no wind, and jumpers were enough to keep us comfortable! ...
The route took us on the Autostrad all the way down, straight down from the Alps to Genoa cutting through the tops of the Tuscan hills. Just as we thought we were finished with tunnels we were dropping right down to the coast where the steep mountains hit the sea and Italian towns blossom in the gaps in between. The A12 twists and turns, climbs through tunnels and just goes on forever. The tunnels, traffic and Italian driving was a huge test ...