Giglio Bianco B&B
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... in Florence, and to girls from Birmingham UK. It was a jolly group, and soon it was time to move onto our next stop, Casa Emma. This vineyard was a very small operation, making about 80k bottles per year. It was owned by Emma and her husband, who also lived on the premises. Our guide said that a few years ago they had hired a younger wine maker for daily operations, but that the 87 year old Emma still called the shots. This was by far by ...
... wine and while they're here everyone enjoys The Tuscan sun that warms her. For myself, I can't explain why I come here or what makes me want to stay. I can't explain why she draws me in or why I feel I need to do more here.
A 31 year old Australian male who has spent considerably more time over the years studying the state of origin forward packs than he has Michelangelo has no right to be overly impressed by the art. A man who has chosen to distance himself ...
... paintings would have looked gloomy and dark with centuries of accumulated candle and tobacco smoke. Now almost every canvas has a restoration date on its placard, and they are alive with their original and incredibly vibrant colours. We fortify ourselves at halfway with a quick coffee "al banco" at the café, and dive back in. Eventually we emerge into the sunlight, and I retrieve my pocketknife from the security desk — the first time I have been asked to leave it behind. ...
Our walking tour this morning took us into the heart of Florence. At 8.30am it was quite deserted but by the time our walk had finished, there were people everywhere. Tourists - the bane of my life! The lanes are crowded, the shops are crowded and they stand in the middle and won't shift! We left for Rome just after lunch, a little poorer than when we arrived. Into Rome around 4pm and busy, busy, busy. Travelled through the countryside ...
This morning we woke in Venice to fog. It was really pretty. Well, it made Venice even prettier. Ken was very keen to head off and get some photos, while I finished packing and getting ready to leave for Florence. We caught the vaporetto to the train station. We have prebooked most of our train tickets, so we just needed to wait and catch the view of the canal for the last time. We travelled on Trenatalia. it was very comfortable and we ...