Il Casello Country House B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIl Casello Country House B&B Greve
We were late in arriving but were welcomed warmly.Julia and Govani are wonderful host and the B&B is great! We opted for a 1 week stay and I am sorry that the time is ending!
I highly recommend this B&B, you nwon't be sorry!
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... br> NOW back to the rat bag I was with. We had had another big day on the bike, and opened a red when we got home. Stefano Lorenzo was rather thirsty.
Stefania also provided the most beautiful local Chianti Classico red wines which was at hand for us to consume when we wanted. So here we are in this little kitchen and Stefano was rather ******, and kept drinking. He rely was annoying, embarrassing, challenging, said the most stupid ******** comments. The ...
... had to stop and point to the sign and I said oh yeah. My eyes saw it was a right sign, but my brain kept going left. So messy it's ridiculous. We then went on to Panzano in Chianti, to find the castle that we saw in the distance from restaurant balcony, but after circling it three times we kept missing the turn to get there so we trotted off home.
I had to nap once at home , Steve pottered as Wombys do, woke me up to a zucchini flower and egg dish. Very nice. Xxx ...
... home - a frequent strategy when his apartment was rented. As he was at work when we arrived, his delightful father greeted us. Though he spoke very little English, good will and Google Translate overcame any difficulties. We learned he would be providing breakfast next morning as well. It proved to be substantial and delicious.
The town was built around a large triangular piazza featuring an impressive statue of a native ...
... in it). Next to the Palazzo is the Uffizi Gallery which is the oldest and most famous art museum. We didn’t get a chance to go in but did walk through its courtyard which has sculptures of all the famous artists and scholars such as Galileo and Donatello.
We walked along the Arno River to the famous Ponte Vecchio which is the only original bridge left after World War 2 because Hitler took a liking to it. It originally had fish markets along ...
... concessions. We knew of a place to get some good grub, hav’n been by there before on a previous round-up. We headed out after dark. Not disappointed, Randy's steak was delish.
I'd scouted a few places the last time we were out on the trail, and figured we would score again at the same spots. First stop, we gathered several of the Key-ote-eyes placing them in the wagon. We did get side-tracked one ...