B&B La Piazzetta
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On Sunday morning we jumped on the sardine packed vaparetto for the last time and waved goodbye to Venice. It was cold and raining and I was certainly not excited about hitting the wrong side of the road in this weather.
We got our little (very little) car from the mainland in Venice and took to the road. OMG is all I can say, it was pretty lucky that I was navigating and had my head stuck in the iPad, because I really didn't want to ...
... flavoursome the palate exhibits dark cherry and spice with a light earthy
overlay followed by some leathery characters on the back palate. Dry finish but
with very fine grained tannins. Aftertaste of dark cherries, spice and earthy
leather." - Nicks Wines
Our last stop for the day was of course the Cioccolateria/Gelateria. Here we sampled a variety of chocolates and the best gelato. We were told the secret of buying the correct gelato was ...
The next day was a full day of hiking in Tuscany. We took a van to Radda in Chianti. First stop was the wine shop of the gentleman who led the wine tasting the evening before. This time we had a balsamic vinegar tasting. The highlight was tasting 25 year old balsamic drizzled over vanilla gelato. Who knew...but buying the stuff is like buying gold...small bottle is very expensive. We walked ...
... he is starting to loosen up a little bit and have fun.
Moving on, we arrived at the station, as I said, around 1415 headed straight away to the hostel. I thought we were going to have at least a 30 minute walk to the hostel. After looking at the map and walking a block or so, the hostel was only a 10 minute walk through the most unbelievable leather and goods market I have ever witnessed. Though I had a back pack on my back and kept right on moving. When ...
The drive was along very curvy, narrow roads that made me say Thank You! every time I met another car on the road. The larger vehicle would have been horrible, there were parts of the road that the larger van would have had a problem passing. Plus, the Italian drivers are always in a hurry and speed like maniacs!
We were on a mission when we went to Bellagio, I was hunting for the Mission of San Ghisallo, the patron\saint of cyclists. ...