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Ciao Montalcino...Benvenuto a Umbria

We packed, had coffee with Bill and Ida, and I caught up my blog with yesterday’s photos. We left a little after Ida and Bill, and set off for Umbria, passing beautiful scenery along the way. We drove past Perugia, with Silvanna’s good directions, and the closer we got to Le Case Gialle, the more sunflower fields we saw.

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We arrived at Case Gialle at noon, hoping to just drop off our large bag from the back seat, but our apartment was ready. We received a warm greeting and instructions from Silvanna. We unloaded the car, settled in, and walked around the property. The view of Montefalco from our large terrace is stunning. The apartment is large, with a well-stocked kitchen, bedroom with the same view, and a huge terrace with door to either the kitchen or bedroom.

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Comments (3)

Eden:

Hi Palma,

From someone here who has not been to any part of Italy, I am virtually travelling with you, enjoying your food, :) and appreciating the scenery!!!

I just love the pictorial accompaniment of the text of the blog. Being a visual learner, the pictures make more meaning to what I am reading. (Love the taxi driver picture, and the field of sunflowers, etc.)

Waiting for the next entry. Thank you for sharing your experiences.

Eden

Eden:

Hi Palma,

From someone here who has not been to any part of Italy, I am virtually travelling with you, enjoying your food, :) and appreciating the scenery!!!

I just love the pictorial accompaniment of the text of the blog. Being a visual learner, the pictures make more meaning to what I am reading. (Love the taxi driver picture, and the field of sunflowers, etc.)

Waiting for the next entry. Thank you for sharing your experiences.

Eden

stella:

Palma, thank you for the pictures of Le Case Gialle - I remember that porch so well! I appreciate the chance to see it in its full summer splendor! Have you made friends with the chubby sheep and the geese?

I hope you enjoy every minute of your stay there! And if you read this before you leave, then please say hello back to Silvana and Mauro from me!

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