Well, we wound up in Tuscany at Cortona and Montepulciano, and there was hardly any food or wine... Moo urns!!! First we drove to Cortona, a very very very long drive. It was a very beautiful town, but very hilly! (Another thing they neglected to mention on their website). We tried walking up the hill to what they said would be a fantastic view, but every time the humans reached the top of a hill, the next hill was steeper than the previous one. Eventually, they decided just to go for a coffee, which was just fine with me. Mooey glad to be a faux fur, since there are virtually no public washrooms and you have to buy a coffee if you want to use the washroom at any cafe (they said you're lucky if there's a toilet seat, soap, running water, toilet paper and paper towels or a hand dryer)....
|Coffee in Cortona|
|More hilly Cortona|
|Crazy hilled alleys in Cortona|
|Beautiful view in Tuscany|
The tour guide was very good and informative, but it felt more like a sight seeing/shopping tour to us. I wasn't about to spend my hard earned cow coins so I let the hums spend theirs.
|Wine cellar in Montepulciano|
|Square in Montepulciano that New Moon was filmed|