Podere il Poggiolo
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lasagna for Larry...soooooo good! We toured Montereggioni for a few minutes and CnT climbed up and walked on the wall. Afterwards, Ale took us over to San Gimignano. In one Porto and out another....so much to see...I hope someday the pictures come over from the cloud! Internet gremlins have been working overtime this week. Well, I hear the Brazil game on in the living room...so the tv is working tonight....for me...it's bed! ...
... time in the morning. Before we knew it, the bakery would open and close their door to hand out pastries, I could smell the pastries baking with a slight essence of Nutella and chocolate in the chilly Florence air. There was so many people waiting for them because it was prime time after the bars to get their pastry fix. We stood in line and ordered 3 (2 chocolate nutella and 1 creme) and split the third one between the two of ...
... but architecture just doesn't show up well on paper (one of the reasons I came to Italy in the first place.) It's so much taller than pictures make it seem, and the detail work on every single inch is just unbelievable! The East Baptistery is right next to it, something else I'd also learned about. We walked back the way we came, and I saw some of the locals filling up water bottles at a super old fountain with cherub faces. Apparently it's ...
... s are very light in toppings but nice even found a hawaian with fresh pineapple.
Off to the Duomo church to climb 435 steps you would have thought they would have allowed for a lift in the 1400's, We arrived to see a large parade through the streets and all the clergy and others coming out of a special annual service
Our apartment is near a church (obviously) and it seems like every 30mins we have the ...
... making our stay more like a home away from home , very civilised and convenient as this allows us the ability to interact with the locals shopping as they do, just like we did in Menaggio. It was not long before we found our feet and our bearings , locating the supermarket and the wine shop as well as the bakery all the things that sustain life. We also found and visited several markets where our eyes are bigger than our bellies; we had a hard time to not buy everything ...