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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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You would probably have had to have been ensconced in a nunnery not to have heard of Cortona. Believe it or not, it was already a well-known Tuscan hill town before France's Mayes wrote about renovating her house, “Casa Bramasole” and then it was made into a very "hollywood" movie "Under the Tuscan Sun" starring Dianne Lane. ...
... That just about covers Friday.
A much more exciting day. Off to the markets at Cortona, which consisted mainly of the same sellers at Montepulciano. Hugely unexciting. We witnessed a wedding which started at the bottom of some steps leading up to an important looking building in the main square, went into a church behind the building and then ...
... but we still couldn't finish it!
The other days we chilled around the villa, wandered up the hill to the town or explored a couple of neighbouring villages. At last we had our own cooking facilities and really enjoyed eating lots of salads and vegetables. Brian had talked about one of his BBQ specialties called "Dufa" and we were keen to try it. It originated years ago when one night they cooked up bits of left over Vegetables and had so much ...
We were very lucky today to be taken to the museum by our wonderful chef, Johnathon's wife, Sarah, Sarah is an artist who is majorly influenced by the life of the Etruscan people, who lived 2500 years ago. Her fascination of them is reflected and admired in her art, so we were very lucky to have her take us to the museum to see all the amazing artefacts.
In the Tuscan area it is illegal to dig a hole any bigger than for a tree, the reason being ...
Today was muuuch better! It started with me getting a lie-in (admittedly that's because I just happened to ignore my alarm when it went off but whatever, no one came and woke me up so it was all good) and then, after I eventually got up and had breakfast and got Metta dressed (that took about two hours because we had to go through about four outfits before she decided what to wear. Girls!) we went out to the park. On the way there I ...